No Santorum, No Champion

Citizen Tom:

I love this picture. It brings us back to a time when men and women respected an honorable man; a time when a man was expect to be devoted to duty, honor, and country.

Is Romney a knight, or is he just ambitious? Why do so many find him comfortable? Is it because with Romney, we do not risk rocking our world by doing something “extreme” — like doing what is morally right?

Why did people vote for Obama? We know that in soothing tones he promised more goodies and no consequences, but now, because he cannot keep the consequences at bay, he seems what he is, extreme. Was what Obama did truly a surprise?

It is sad how our people have become frightened of true knights. When will we learn that there is no substitute for devotion to duty, honor, and country?

Originally posted on Deo Vindice:

Rick Santorum could have been America's knight.

America doesn’t need a perfect man.  The only perfect man, ever, lives in Heaven today.  His name is Yeshua.  America doesn’t need a great man.  No Washington, no problem.  But, we - America - need a good man for a noble mission to be POTUS in 2012 and 16 and 20 and who knows.  Just need good enough.

Now, we have Romney, Newt and Ron Paul.

It will take a political miracle for anyone other than Mitt the Chameleon to win the nomination.  Unfortunately, Mitt is the weakest candidate to run against Barry Soetero.

Newt is the secondest weakest candidate.   Ron Paul isn’t even in the running, despite the devotion of his followers.  They have adequate passion but inadequate numbers.

Newt is as flawed as any of us humans.  Also, he is gifted.  I just don’t see the math that makes it happen around Labor Day 2012.  I’ll not be running…

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5 Responses to No Santorum, No Champion

  1. walthe310 says:

    Jon M. Huntsman, Jr. was too conservative for me, but I thought that he was the only honorable GOP candidate. He was the governor of my state before he accepted the position of ambassador to China.

  2. wdednh says:

    Reblogged this on YOU DECIDE and commented:
    Just great :D

  3. Citizen Tom says:

    Walt – Too Conservative? I have to find time to read that reference you gave me.

  4. Thanks for re-blogging. We need many courageous – and selfless folks – for a long revolutionary political season of 6 to 12 years to restore the Constitution.

    • Citizen Tom says:

      Only 6 to 12 years? You have more optimism than I. I am just hoping that within the next decade we can get the instruction our children out of the hands of greedy and ambitious politicians.

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