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Comrades,

I'm very confused.

The latest C&P examination says I suffer from poly-substance abuse.

Being one of the few people in this country that has never used drugs at all, not even smoked pot, I wonder what-the-hell is going on with the examiner.

Nowhere at any time has anyone ever accused me of doing drugs.

Talk about bull-shit.

sledge

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You'd better rebut that in a hurry. File a formal complaint with the Director at the facility where the C&P was done.

Want to bet the idiot looked at the wrong records?

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Comrades,

I'm very confused.

The latest C&P examination says I suffer from poly-substance abuse.

Being one of the few people in this country that has never used drugs at all, not even smoked pot, I wonder what-the-hell is going on with the examiner.

Nowhere at any time has anyone ever accused me of doing drugs.

Talk about bull-shit.

sledge

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Sledge, Good luck getting rid of that label. They put that one on me, about, 10 years ago, in Washington State. It took me 4 states, to get rid of it. In the time being, you may want to conceder getting your pain meds or any other controlled meds, elsewhere, like Medicare. It would not surprise me, if the Doc. that wrote that statement, wasn't a poly-substance abuser himself. It's my first hand experience, that more than half of all medical professionals are substance abusers. Now that I think about it. what better place to put a doc that's having drug problems or at least being watch on what scripts they can write, than doing C & P's.

Wish, I had a better input, for you.

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VA said I was a recovering alcoholic and I don't even drink.

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