Iraq War Veteran explains why he supports Ron Paul (video)

David Wallach, U.S. Army, has served two combat tours in Iraq. He has also been deployed to Haiti, Kosovo and Bosnia. In this video he explains why he supports Ron Paul for President.


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One Response to Iraq War Veteran explains why he supports Ron Paul (video)

  1. God bless you! When you start grouping men to stand against this bull shit, contact me. I know many that will follow you. I’ll write an article about this site and link here, if that’s cool.

    I’m supporting troops since I’m 5 (at my fathers side “American Legion”) Later , as president of Elks Lodge. Man, I wish I served but it was not in the cards. I wish I could have served with men like you.

    Keep it up, we have every right to push back when Washington DC is no doubt run by corp owned politicians.

    The major media is the main problem, as they spread all these opinions Americans disagree with, but lack a (Hold it, ) medium to fight back. Hold it! We do! The internet.

    *Yeah, they want to take that off us too.

    Media is a tool the people must get under control. Making my country into a soap opera, makes me sick.

    Hey, on a bright note. Ron Paul is gaining followers everyday at a faster pace than Newts belly and Romney’s head and ego. (Plus, Romney wears MOM jeans)

    You sir Rock!

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