The lovely Kelly Clarkson is lovelorn:
Kelly Clarkson, who rails against a former flame in her new song “Never Again,” says she’s never been in love.
“I love my friends and family,” the Grammy-winning singer and original “American Idol” tells Elle magazine in its July issue. “But I have never said the words ‘I love you’ to anyone in a romantic relationship. Ever.”
Clarkson, 25, doesn’t take romance lightly.
“I am very old-school, conservative in my thinking when it comes to relationships,” she says. “Love is something you work at. It doesn’t come easily. There are going to be bad days. You are going to have to work at loving someone when they are being an idiot.”
She sounds like a decent Republican girl to me. Why hasn’t a Brownback supporter scooped her up by now? Why is she having trouble finding a decent man?
My only idea, and I mean this in the kindest possible way, is that decent patriotic American men are intimidated and repulsed by the flagrant sexuality that accompanies much of Miss Clarkson’s music. She is often seen in a state of near-undress, prancing about and singing love ballads. The music itself is excellent, but the performance and portrayal leave much to be desired.
Kelly Clarkson is a beautiful woman. We all know this. Yet, were I her husband, I would not feel comfortable leaving her alone for two seconds. I would know full well that her overt sexuality would arouse sinful passions in every man within a three mile radius. She doesn’t strap her chest down. She doesn’t cover her hair. She doesn’t cover much of anything, in fact. What man wouldn’t try to commit adultery with her, when faced with such temptations?
I’m sad to say that many Republican women I’ve met don’t think of these things. They often express surprise when I share the true state of affairs with them, and many reveal themselves as RINOs by their indignant responses and refusal to cast aside the path of harlotry. The other women, however, the decent ones, modify their behavior to comport with the realities of life in a decent Christian nation. After all, their grandmothers went out in public without dressing like prostitutes, so why should they?
Kelly Clarkson sounds like a very decent, conservative girl. In all likelihood, she’s a Brownbacker. Once she’s learned to dress with the same modesty she expresses in her views, I’m sure she’ll be fighting decent men off with a stick.
I have hope for you yet, Kelly! My wife and I are rooting for you!