Congressman Ron Paul says:
- staunchly critical stance on the Iraq war,
- that it was a "mistake to go and a mistake to stay."
- US security has been worsened by its military presence in Iraq,
- Bush's pre-emptive war doctrine represented one of his administration's greatest moral failings.
One might think such criticism of the war and the Commander-in-Chief's leadership would make Paul a pariah to the military community, however, the latest figures indicate the antiwar Republican is receiving more donations from employees of the US military than any other Republican candidate.
But a closer look at the reports reveals a less obvious but more remarkable development--the antiwar Republican received nearly 50% of the money donated by employees of the US military.