You're home now and more alone than ever. Your friends, your family, no one understands what you've been through. How could they? How could anyone understand something like that unless they've lived through it?
You drink way too much, become violently angry at the drop of a hat, and have trouble even managing your basic day-to-day needs. The Army doesn't help. They refuse to acknowledge you even have a problem. And if they did, they couldn't do anything about it, because Congress rightly believes ensuring low taxes and a compliant low-wage workforce for your betters is more important.
And now, they want to take away your guns simply because you are mentally incompetent, but, thankfully, Sen. Coburn has your back:
Sen. Tom Coburn, R-Okla., sought to amend the bill to stop the Veterans Affairs Department from putting the names of veterans deemed too mentally incompetent to handle their finances into the National Instant Criminal Background Check System, which prohibits them from buying or owning firearms.