Friday, July 11, 2008


This election marks the first time I have ever done anything besides voting, silently, for my preferred candidate. I decided to take action this year because I saw the antidote to inaction and gridlock in Washington: Courage.

And no, I don't just mean fighting for your country, although clearly that shows courage. Real courage is something more than one opportunity for bravery decades ago.

Courage is taking a stand, and remaining standing.

Courage is telling people what you really think, not what you think they want to hear.

Courage is perseverance and patience. But it is also boldness and action.

Courage is Going Where No Republican Has Gone Before.

Courage is facing voters head-on without a teleprompter. Ten times. Even when your opponent, who is "leading," refuses to join you.

Courage is standing up for what is right, even when you're standing alone.

And that's why to me, courage is John McCain.

1 comment:

Moms In The Right said...

As usual right on par! I comepletely agree with you. Have you watched the new TV spot yet? That is courage my friend. I'm working on the new blog. I look forward to hearing your feedback.