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Veterans and Active Duty Soldiers to March on White House in Support of Ron Paul
The Intel Hub
January 9, 2011
A group of veterans and active duty soldiers are set to march to the White House in February to show their support for Ron Paul and to turn their backs on the current puppet in chief, Barack Obama.
The group, Veterans for Ron Paul 2012, was co founded by longtime Libertarian activist Adam Kokesh. A press release by Kokesh explains the groups plans:
On President’s Day, February 20th, 2012, the founders of Veterans for Ron Paul 2012, Nathan Cox and Adam Kokesh, will lead a formation of veterans and active duty troops who support Ron Paul’s candidacy for President of the United States from the Washington Monument to the White House. Upon arrival at the White House, they will do an about face to turn their backs on the President, and render a hand salute to a folded American flag surrounded by family members of military personnel and veterans. They will hold the salute for as many seconds as troops have died under the Presidency of Barrack Obama.