Some quick background for the purpose of this march on Washington. Adam Kokesh, or also know as Adam vs. the man, has released a video talking about
Corprol Jesse Thorstons interview with CNN. And a laugh about how this was some sort of malfunction.
The CNN vid.
Adam mentions this video with his speech at a Ron Paul gathering, also within this video is a call for a March on Washington.
I for one think this could be huge, not just for Ron Paul and his candidacy, but a statement that cannot go ignored. One question is when the msm
finally catches wind of this, how are they going to spin it, especially if this gains the momentum that it deserves.
All in all this should be a interesting developing story. Time will only tell, but Revolution is in the air.
edit on 8-1-2012 by dudly because:
change to title
"the message will be mis-represented and twisted somehow that Ron Paul
is soft on Terrorism"
As for being soft on terrorism, i assume you are calling these people being terrorists, or being portrayd by the MSM as terrorists who accompany this
I have to disagree, marches on washington happen all the time. The fact that these are American Veterns,and Active Duty Soldiers is something
different. Also, with a great following behind their march, would be such a statement!!!, that could not be ignored by any person living. Calling
Ron Paul soft on terrorism, has no value, IMO, when it is the U.S. military personell march against the status quo.
It's possible they could try that tactic, but i cannot see it helping thier case.
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