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Candidates' Positions and Views
for: 2012 Republican Presidential Candidates
Candidates positions and views on other Issues where information is available:
The report below lists the candidate responses to Veterans issue questions. The responses were provided by Mitt Romney and Ron Paul or were obtained from their websites. The candidates select the issues and questions for which they want to provide a response. The first link is a report of all the issues and questions made available to the candidates. Many issues and questions had no responses - links are only provided where we have information. If there are many candidates for this office, you may have to scroll down to compare all responses.
Veterans Mitt Romney - R



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No Running Mate Selected
These are available issue topics for which there were no responses.
Veterans, a General Statement
Veterans' Health and Medical Care
GI Bill & Veterans' Benefits
Retired Veterans Benefits and Health Care
Survivor Benefits
Disabled Veterans Health Care
Homeless Veterans
Vetreran Job Retraining
Department of Veterans Affairs (VA)
Veterans Funding
Disability Claims
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and Brain Injuries (TBI)
Persian Gulf War Illnesses
Agent Orange Related Illness
Walter Reed Army Medical Center Scandal
POWs and MIAs
Veterans Administration (VA)
Theft of Military Identity Data from VA
Veterans' Recognition
Veterans Ron Paul - R



Website

No Running Mate Selected
Veterans, a General Statement Paul: Many politicians talk about honoring our veterans and their sacrifices. Yet so often the rhetoric obscures the reality that the federal government treats veterans badly. Congress wastes billions of dollars on countless unconstitutional programs, but fails to provide adequately for the men and women who carry out the most important constitutional function: national defense. Any nation willing to ask its men and women to risk their lives serving overseas must also be willing to fulfill the promises that were made to them when they enlisted in our country's service. We cannot provide adequate care with a VA that is run like the IRS. Having served in the U.S. Air Force for five years, I feel an obligation to our veterans and current armed forces. As a congressman, I have fought hard to make sure veterans receive the care and respect they deserve. I will continue that fight as president.
Source: Ron Paul (02/25/2008)
 
Veterans' Health and Medical Care Paul: I support restoring health care coverage to retired service members and reducing their out-of-pocket costs, and I also support fully investigating the causes of Gulf War illnesses and providing all necessary treatments to veterans suffering from those illnesses.
Source: Ron Paul (02/25/2008)
 
Disabled Veterans Health Care Paul: I support immediately ending the requirement that disabled veterans give up their military retirement pay in order to receive VA disability benefits.
Source: Ron Paul (02/25/2008)
 
These are available issue topics for which there were no responses.
GI Bill & Veterans' Benefits
Retired Veterans Benefits and Health Care
Survivor Benefits
Homeless Veterans
Vetreran Job Retraining
Department of Veterans Affairs (VA)
Veterans Funding
Disability Claims
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and Brain Injuries (TBI)
Persian Gulf War Illnesses
Agent Orange Related Illness
Walter Reed Army Medical Center Scandal
POWs and MIAs
Veterans Administration (VA)
Theft of Military Identity Data from VA
Veterans' Recognition
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