A link to the numbers.
A summary: Ron Paul has received more than double the campaign donations from military personnel than all other Republican candidates combined, and about a third more than the moron-in-chief.
Perhaps "Supporting the Troops" doesn't mean attempting to uphold the justice of the unjust and banging the drum for more and bigger wars. Maybe it's about calling them home and letting them enter the productive economy and be with their families, instead of destroying the homes and families of others in pursuit of some vaguely defined enemy.
I got one of these "support our troops" emails today, claiming we should spend more money on our troops because we allegedly spend so much on illegal immigrants. I say we spend less. Less money dropping bombs on people with whom we have no real quarrel; and less money patching up the inevitable casualties that come as a tragic but inevitable consequence of our military adventures.
It seems like many soldiers understand this, even if the chicken hawks and neo-con shills don't.