Troops March on White House for Ron Paul

RonPaulTroopsSteve Watson writes on InfoWars:

Marking President’s day today, February 20th, hundreds, perhaps thousands, of active duty troops and veterans will descend on Washington DC and the White House to show support for Ron Paul’s 2012 presidential campaign. Organized by the group, Veterans for Ron Paul 2012, the march will see military personnel march from the Washington Monument to the White House in an effort to generate media coverage of Paul’s ongoing campaign, and highlight the fact that Paul has received more donations from active duty military than all other GOP candidates combined, as well as Obama.

Video via RT America:

22 Comments on "Troops March on White House for Ron Paul"

  1. Anarchy Pony | Feb 20, 2012 at 11:57 pm |

    We get it Camron, you think Paul is the messiah dipped in chocolate.

  2. There is indeed quite a bit of support for Ron Paul in the military. I believe it may be a symptom of Traumatic Brain Injury.

  3. Mr Willow | Feb 21, 2012 at 12:58 am |

    You mean a group of people are supporting a guy who promises not to send them back to the hell the previous two guys said they would pull them out of—one of which, instead, diverted them to a different hell, which he created, and the other of which sent those that had been diverted (instead of sending them home) to three more hells, which he also created—fighting a conflict nobody feels is worth fighting, especially not the people actively fighting it? 

    Couldn’t have seen that coming. o_o

  4. It could be worse. They could have been wearing their uniforms and carrying guns. 

    • A rogue band of armed soldiers storming the white house? That would be so much more awesome.

  5. Camron Wiltshire | Feb 21, 2012 at 9:02 am |

    I think the video speaks for itself.  Sorry guys I can’t take any of you seriously.  Have a great day 🙂

    • All the negatives here sound like the ‘tech com problems’ they have on the news or like you want to send us to a “quick commercial break”. The video does speak for it’self, and so do our posters here , sadly. 🙁 

    • Liquidself | Feb 22, 2012 at 1:43 pm |

       Your name is on this comment; but how do I know you actually reviewed it?

  6. Gregory Wyrdmaven | Feb 21, 2012 at 9:20 am |

    Another reason not to vote for Ron Paul. 

  7. GoodDoktorBad | Feb 21, 2012 at 12:22 pm |

    The poor, honorable, heroic, patriotic, gulible soldier. The ultimate in whipping boys -standing with their wills subverted. Begging their masters for merciful deployment home.

    Incomprehensibly sad. Oh, how the sleeping men dream of deliverence by proxy. The Ron Paul messiah will not save you. You must save yourselves.

    You brave men waste your valor in allegiance to the will of figureheads and tyrants. You risk your lives for bogus reasons. I commend your bravery and shun your stupidity. For what it’s worth, I wish you all the clarity you so desparately need…..

    • It’s not like veterans know ANYTHING about foreign affairs and perpetual wars. They just joined to shoot things and look cool.

      There stuck in the front lines.. they can’t see the whole situation from above like we do. Hopefully some of them will one day achieve our high level of clarity, insight, and experience when it comes to war, the constitution, and our government as a whole.

  8. Liquidself | Feb 21, 2012 at 1:04 pm |

    I support their right to protest and show their allegiance to the candidate of their choice. (I don’t care about Ron Paul at all;  I think the demonstration would have been more effective without throwing another rich white guy’s name in there).  It’s nice that they don’t have to be beaten, shot with rubber bullets, or pepper sprayed. But then again, there’s no women, children or mental patients to be found there.

  9. With few exceptions we have been blessed with more typical liberal comments. How can anyone consider voting for a guy that is different from the rest and has been correct on the important issues for the past 20 years. I think the liberals are so enthralled with the Nanny state they can’t imagine anything else.

  10. Mark Barnes | Feb 21, 2012 at 10:54 pm |

    Ron Paul is the only candidate worth voting for. All is pretty much lost if America doesn’t have enough sense to put Ron into office in 2012… Get ready for pure hell…

  11. MartinTimothy | Feb 21, 2012 at 10:58 pm |

     So what else do these brain dead automations get up to, who as war vets do eighteen suicides per day, who tuned out for Ron Paul in Washington DC .. 911 was an inside job, 60,000 Jews never went to work at the WTC on the day!

    Four ATF agents killed at Mount Carmel in 1993, were from Bill and Hillary Clinton’s security team, all had nearly identical gunshot wounds to the left temple, eighty eight Branch Davidians died in the ensuing fire!

    Past Kennedy house guests Martin Luther & Coretta King, were in one of two snipers nests on the Grassy Knoll, Dallas Texas 22 November 1963.

    Ron Paul’s inaction in the face of hard evidence, that Jews attacked America on 911 is capital treason, the wars against the Moslem world are illegal and unjust .. abortion is genocide!

    Who care not one whit, that the organizers of the rally were from the Greenberg / Arizona / Canada television studio, that filmed false witnesses on 911, and were in situ at the alleged Columbine, VA Tech and Fort Hood massacres!

  12.  They just send Americans out like Rice at a wedding. Expendable, replaceable, and easily directed. It would be so awesome if the politicians and corporation’s CEO’s who are pushing & profiting from war were the ones suiting up and going out. I think there would be a lot fewer wars. Can you Imagine ole Darth Cheney with his metal heart out in the desert trying to run?

    All the other candidates are calling for more wars…. let them go fight em.

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