Another unstable, aggressive, double-standard practicing White-Southerner who believes that Government-run healthcare is great for his family but not yours and mine:
According to Newsweek’s blog The Gaggle:
As a retired Army National Guard colonel, Wilson gets a lot of benefits (one of which, apparently, was not a full appreciation of the customs, traditions and courtesies that mandate respect for one’s commander in chief). And with four sons in the armed services, the entire Wilson brood has enjoyed multiple generations of free military medical coverage, known as TRICARE.
The post was written by Adam Weinstein, an uninsured Iraq veteran, who is a freelance journalist. It also says:
Military beneficiaries like Wilson – who, as a retiree, is eligible for lifetime coverage – never have to worry about an eye exam, a CT scan, a prolonged labor, or an open-heart surgery. They have access not only to the military’s 133,500 uniformed health professionals, but cooperating private doctors as well – whose fees are paid by the Department of Defense. It’s high-quality care, too: Surveys from 2007 and 2008 list TRICARE among “the best health insurer(s) in the nation” by customer satisfaction.Yet Wilson insists government-run health care is a problem.
Besides being someone with a troubled temper, Wilson is also a hypocrite.