Many Iraq, Afghanistan war veterans choosing 'second service' by going into politics

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Sept. 17, 2012: In this photo, Nick Popaditch, center, candidate for 53rd congressional district and a United States Marine veteran who fought in Iraq and sustained serious injuries, works with his campaign volunteers in his office in La Mesa, Calif.
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Bjorn

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all these criminals shouldn´t be banned from going to power. It is bad idea.
The Mad Man

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Well, veterans this is nice to see. Maybe you can expose some of the corruption that is in the govt today, IF your don't get caught up in the political game.

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