December 14, 2007


I will support the Republican nominee for president. I could be fully satisfied with any of the men in the field right now, and I would embrace any one of them as my president. But it's time to say who I'd prefer to see in office, and it's time to get out the checkbook.

I'm with Fred.

And I'm with Fred because of things like this:

But in the last month or so Thompson has acted like a man who has been liberated from something. And that is what voters saw on stage Wednesday: a presidential candidate who has declared himself fully free of the stupid stuff one has to do to become president of the United States.

If youÂ’re going to ask Fred Thompson to participate in a grade-school show of hands, or demand that he sign a pledge, or insist that he speak emotionally and at length about how much his religious faith means to him, well, you can just forget it. HeÂ’s not gonna do it.

And that's why we love him.

Posted by: Sarah at 05:45 AM | Comments (6) | Add Comment
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1 Although I don't particularly care for Thompson, I did enjoy seeing his refusal to answer one of the questions posed at the most recent debates--I think it had something to do with global warming. It was another intended to push the Republicans into a corner from which they can never get out. I commend him for pushing back.

Posted by: Nicole at December 14, 2007 06:32 AM (r5h4I)

2 Everytime I do a political survey, he is my top match.

Posted by: Kasey at December 14, 2007 06:38 AM (tttDj)

3 I'm with Fred, though I've been trying to talk myself out of it lately. But if he's got what it takes to finish, I'll be right there with him.

Posted by: pam at December 14, 2007 06:39 AM (l6NIn)

4 I could be on board with Fred or Mitt, anyone but Hillary or (*Gulb*) Obama. I need more time frankly.

Posted by: tim at December 14, 2007 08:10 AM (nno0f)

5 I am on board with Fred myself! We will see what the coming months brings for him and if I still have him as a choice in Nov. If not, I will have to step back and take another look around, yuck!!

Posted by: LMT at December 15, 2007 05:38 AM (y9taJ)

6 Yes, I am fully on board with Fred too. Because that guy never makes a misstep or rather "misspeak". I love his answers to the stupid questions they have been throwing at the candidates, and not just the debate questions, but the stupid questions along the lines of briefs or boxers, like: What do you like to do in your lazy time? Fred: campaign. What is your most prized possession? (Other candidates answers: Obama: picture of where his mother's ashes are scattered; McCain: autographed baseball) Fred: My trophy wife. How refreshing, a guy who refuses to campaign, but just wants to be President. I hope the Republicans wise up and elect him as the Rep candidate.

Posted by: CaliValleyGirl at December 17, 2007 02:26 PM (Ijp/q)

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