Mitt Romney saying that President Obama's proposed military cuts would lead to more military suicides is disingenuous. Obama has always run on a very strong veterans affairs platform, and Romney has no proof that President Obama would cut benefits like therapy and health care for veterans. Obama has, in fact, said that veterans affairs will not be cut while he's in office. But you know who wants to cut benefits for veterans? Paul Ryan:
...a budget proposal by top Republican Rep. Paul Ryan of Wisconsin to trim spending at the Department of Veterans Affairs had some DAV members worried.
"If they go and approve this, we will have some of the smaller VA facilities closing down in rural states," said Gene Murphy, the state DAV director. "Then you're going to put these veterans' into the Medicare and Medicaid programs."