Posted by | February 5, 2008 19:27 | Filed under: Top Stories

Anti-war candidates are the ones getting the most financial support from member of the military, according to The Center For Responsive Politics.

In 2007, Republican Ron Paul, who opposes U.S. involvement in Iraq and Afghanistan, was the top recipient of money from donors in the military, collecting at least $212,000 from them. Barack Obama, another war opponent, was second with about $94,000.

That’s right, the candidates getting the most money from active military are two candidates who are vehemently opppoed to the mission, not the troops, as Think Progress reports.

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