Moratorium is proving to be a severe test


I feel compelled to make an admission.

The self-imposed moratorium I have placed on High Plains Blogger is providing a stern test of internal fortitude.

I have vowed to steer away from presidential politics commentary at least through Christmas. So far I’ve been quite faithful, although I’ve strayed dangerously close to the line; some might accuse me of crossing it prematurely.

With all the chatter going on out there about, oh, Donald Trump’s assertion about cheering on 9/11, Chris Christie’s endorsement by the New Hampshire Union-Leader, Ted Cruz’s rise in public opinion polling, Ben Carson’s visit to the refugee camps in Jordan … why, I am having trouble keeping my fingers from typing something to say about any and all of it.

I’ll keep plugging away, though, at other topics. The world, I’m learning, is full of interesting developments that are occurring every hour of every day.

Yes, I might sway and swerve close to that line as we go plow ahead toward Christmas. But my intent is to retain High Plains Blogger’s status — with apologies to Bill O’Reilly — as a no-politics zone.

Wish me luck. Some good karma also would be appreciated.


2 thoughts on “Moratorium is proving to be a severe test”

  1. Yeah, our national voice and local voice–you and George S., too. How convenient for ya’all to take vacations when we really NEEDED you both to guide the electorate during this last sham of a straw vote! Shame, shame, shame. Were they really gonna shoot your kneecaps off??? Do you really think you can impact local voters to steer their national votes with comments about the Donald? NO, NO, no. You COULD HAVE steered we illiterate, uninformed, ignorant, lazy, complacent so-called voters (I VOTED!) souls who get left to pick up the tab of this most recent, most blatant stupid thing ever. Post that.

    1. I’ll be back in the game soon. My intent isn’t to “guide” anyone. It’s merely to get some things off my chest. I know better than to think I can persuade anyone to do anything they don’t want to do. Thanks for your comment.

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