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Wednesday, January 23, 2008

Few people in the world have earned my respect more than Paul Villa. In fact, the number could very easily be whittled down to "very few". This gracious introduction illustrates why Paul is not only a man of great decency and intellect, but firmly committed to advancing conservative principles. I am truly honored to be numbered among his friends and family.

This partnership should prove to be not only intellectually stimulating, but an exercise in how legitimate Americans should engage the less fortunate among us -- the chattering idiots, herein referred to as "liberals". It might be the better part of valor to engage in a "friendly" dialogue with the liberal class in America, but since they are so deluded and prone to fabrication, my approach more resembles -- using football terms -- the hammer blows of running off tackle rather than the patience and precision of a spread passing game. In any case, Paul and I shall do what we know must be done to clarify conservative positions -- and lay liberal fantasy to waste.

With all the pleasantries flowing and the atmosphere abundantly warm and fuzzy, let's begin by stating the Republican field of Presidential candidates has seen two very noteworthy conservatives withdraw -- Duncan Hunter and Fred Thompson. I have always admired and appreciated Congressman Hunter, and thought Senator Thompson had a very legitimate shot at the White House. Fear not, my fellow legitimate Americans, both these gentlemen will play prominent roles in the Romney adminstration.

Let there be no mistake -- I am a true son of the South. Unreservedly Texan, born into a culture of honor and decency that I have pushed to the limits of the universe on occasion, but always managed to restore in a fashion uniquely my own. Armed with a carrier task force sized armada of experience that has fractured many a liberal skull (figuratively), my sole responsibility, in this forum, is to debunk liberal myths and forge a strong, enduring conservative mindset so that all who visit may use to buoy their ideals and convictions. With that in mind, the first order of business is to get every legitimate American comfortable with the Romney campaign.

I am not the least bit uncomfortable with Governor Romney's faith or background, nor should anyone else be. We will not waste time revisiting the biography and resume of Mitt Romney, rather, I intend to focus on what we -- as legitimate Americans -- should expect from our candidate as we progress toward this very important election cycle. I encourage all my good friends -- Thompson and Hunter supporters -- to take a closer look at the Romney record and how easily he can defeat the Democratic candidate, whichever of those pandering buffoons that party of defeatists and socialists elects to head their national ticket.

John McCain is a man I deeply admire for his courage and passion for serving America. I cannot support his campaign. Rudy Guiliani is a man I deeply admire for his courage and passion for serving America. I cannot support his campaign, either. I appreciate both men for their allegiance to the Republican Party and pray they will come to use their considerable campaigning skills to aid Governor Romney in the coming weeks and months. Once the nomination process is concluded, the convention agenda set, and the focus squarely on one candidate, I am confident the strength and decency of the conservative effort will rise and prevail in the elections. This is vitally important, my fellow legitimate Americans. For once the nominee is chosen -- Mitt Romney -- the liberal press will unleash the full fury of its penchant for distortions, fabrications, and outright lies. We must converge and advance from a position of strength and unity to negate those attempts to smear and belittle the man we know is best suited to lead America into the second decade of this century.

Now that we've established the best man for our party's effort, we'll use future posts to clarify issues. I know Paul and his devotees are disappointed by the Thompson withdrawal, but they will be important players in this dialogue. I don't expect any legitimate American to be a lap dog or uninformed party loyalist. Demand answers, get the truth. I know I will. You can bet your life on that.


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