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Old 11-01-2012, 13:50   #4
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Remember that this is just some think tank's "ideas" not policy change announcements from the gov, so I wouldn't let this get me in a tizzy. Any changes to our benefits are going to have to pass through our legislative branch first and few of them are going to vote for changes that will make them seem unpatriotic.

I don't doubt that somewhere down the line our benefits will be affected by cuts or premium increases by Tricare but I don't believe that the changes will be this aggressive.

Lets just hope that our government does the right thing and reduces the deficit by cutting government fat and welfare before attacking military benefits.
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