Nick Popaditch, candidate for Congress (CA-51) interviewed at KUSI San Diego

h/t @POP451

From the KUSI web page;

Popaditch was medically retired from the Marines in 2005 at the rank of Gunnery Sergeant. He lost an eye in the battle at Fallujah and told viewers Iraq is better prepared to self govern than many would think. That accomplishment, he says, was no easy feat. “To build a democracy in that part of the world is not an overnight process, a lot of hard work got us to where we are today.”

“The Iraqi people are very proud of who they are. So, when it comes time to stand up for this democracy, they’re not going to roll over for anybody. They’re strong, we’ve trained them right, they appreciate this democracy, and they’re going to fight to maintain it.”

Popaditch continued with the reminder that the U.S. Military and its allies will be long remembered for their dedication to freedom. “These are going to be the patriots of the Iraqi history books someday. Our men and women stood beside them for seven-and-a-half years to get us to where we are today. What a great day.”
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3 Responses to Nick Popaditch, candidate for Congress (CA-51) interviewed at KUSI San Diego

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  2. Ted Savas says:

    All you need to know about Nick is in his book ONCE A MARINE. Read that, and you will not only want to vote, but will walk door to door for the man.

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