Many Iraq, Afghanistan war veterans c...

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

There are 2 comments on the Fox News story from Sep 30, 2012, titled Many Iraq, Afghanistan war veterans choosing 'second service' by going into politics. In it, Fox News reports that:

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

Stockholm, Sweden

#1 Sep 30, 2012
all these criminals shouldn´t be banned from going to power. It is bad idea.
The Mad Man

Long Beach, CA

#2 Sep 30, 2012
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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