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PRAIRIE GROUCH  
GRAND PRAIRIE TX  
November 13, 2012 9:49am
 
John Bury.....From the studies that I have read, the
mortality rate for Vietnam veterans is only about 7%
percent greater that non Vietnam veterans. The study
shows that the greatest difference occurs in the first
five years after separation and is mostly caused by non
medical factors such as accidents, homicides, and so
forth.
Bury claims that 4 to 5 hundred are dying each
week and that they are only 400,000 left and only
20 thousand will be left at the end of 2012. These
figures don't fit into the narrative. Using his high
figure of 500 would only result in 26,000 per year. I
assume that this post was recent since it refers to
bills currently being considered. This is the
same type of bloated figures that homeless advocates
use to advance their cause.
This is just one more pathetic case of some groups
to attain benefits that are not deserved. Attempts
like this tend to dilute the care of truly deserving
veterans.
I am unaware of the spraying of agent orange on
the ocean.
     
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