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Sounds like the Obama regime really fixed the problems, right?

Via USA Today:

According to Dorsey, his previous experience– getting turned away at the VA clinic in Lawrenceville, Ga.,–prompted him to bring his camera to the Oakwood facility.

“I told my family about this stuff happening and they’ve said, ‘You are crazy, no one would do that.’ Well, the video explains it,” Dorsey said after posting the video on Facebook and Youtube.

Dorsey, a former Army specialist, served as a cavalry scout from 2001 to 2005 and deployed to Iraq for most of 2003.

A few years ago, the VA paid for him to see a civilian psychologist for his service-related post-traumatic stress — therapy he described as “extremely helpful.”

He is seeking treatment again for what he says are worsening symptoms.

But it seems unlikely he’ll get that care close to home. His only remaining VA option is the medical center in Atlanta, Ga., more than 50 miles from his home.

The VA last year introduced a program — VA Choice — that would allow Dorsey to see a civilian therapist, but until he spoke with a fellow veteran at a nearby veterans’ outreach group about his recent experiences at the two clinics, he’d never heard of VA Choice.

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