A question of loyalty..

According to Webster: loy·al·ty, The state or quality of being loyal. 2. Feelings of devoted attachment and affection.

In the past few days, I’ve received several e-mails from friends challenging my loyalty to Sarah Palin. Accordingly, for any of my readers who may be concerned with the fact that with Sarah Palin’s announcement that she would not be seeking the GOP nomination, I’d like to clarify the fact that one does not bet on a horse that is not in the race. ..as that would be idiocy, ..and I am not an idiot. 

Sarah Palin’s decision not to run for President in 2012 is her decision and her prerogative, I respect that.

With that said, considering the fact that I still have every intention in the world to vote for a candidate in 2012, like any other citizen in the country, I need to choose a candidate to support and vote for. With Sarah out of the race, although I do not consider Newt Gingrich the next best thing, with Sarah out of the race, I now believe that my quest to see a woman in the White House while I’m still above ground is now, ..but a fantasy. Accordingly, even with my best imagination turned up on high, I do not honestly believe that Michelle Bachmann has the legs to finish in front of the “pack” she is running against. Consequently, I have chosen to go with who I believe will be the best “man.” ..and that man, “in my considered opinion,” ..is Newt Gingrich.

Why? Simple, ..because I believe that we, “We the People” the rank and file citizens of these United States, ..have endured stupidity well beyond any application of stupidity that any rank-and-file citizens of any Nation, anywhere, has endured in the history of mankind. Newt Gingrich is not wanting for intellect, civility or patriotism, accordingly it is “my considered opinion,” that within the current field of choices, ..concerned, “common sense Americans,” ..can do no better.

According to Webster: in·tel·lect, 1. The ability to learn and reason; the capacity for knowledge and understanding. 2. The ability to think abstractly or profoundly. 3. A person of great intellectual ability.

According to Webster: ci·vil·i·ty, 1. Courteous behavior; politeness. 2. A courteous act or utterance.

According to Webster: pa·tri·ot·ism, Love of and devotion to one’s country.

According to Webster: po·lite, Marked by or showing consideration for others; — polished.

According to Webster: pol·ished, (in context) Elegance of style or manner.

Think about it, I’ll be back tomorrow

Crusader Rabbit…

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