He's in the Army now - JSOnline So I'm sitting here in the computer lab, looking at today's news when I see this news article. It will be my only post here today, but I felt it needed to be shared. We have long been past this point but now more than ever this drives reality home. The fact that people have to enlist so their spouses can have coverage for cancer is a sad thing. I'm sure the man loves his country. A daughter will now be without her father over the next four years because of this. Sure, when people join the Military this happens all the time, however there is a difference between this and wanting to from the bottom of your heart. This is only another example of why we need real change in Health Care in this country. Not in 2013, not in 2012, not next year, not next week, but now. Time is of the essence. I could only wish that those in Washington would see that. Otherwise, people die daily when their lives could of been saved if not for the playing of politics.