General Petraeus has long been the individual that millions of common sense and national defense oriented Conservative Republicans have hoped would be the party's political savior from our lackluster field of GOP candidates, such as General Dwight Eisenhower was in 1952 when he saved us from Thomas Dewey.
I have been among the aforementioned, because the good General would easily defeat President Obama in next year's election and would restore confidence in Americans that our best days are still ahead of us. Our dreams of Petraeus 2012 have been ruined time and time again, however, - and all by the General himself.
His devotion to serving the country, regardless of who the President is, forbids him from challenging the man sitting in the White House - even if he wanted to. Which is just another reason why we need him in the White House.
Most would shout to me from the rooftops that I should find another candidate to support, but I really don't want to. Tim Pawlenty is my current favorite, but he is no General Petraeus - the man responsible for not one, but two successful military surges in our ongoing War on Terror.
So, short of heading to New Hampshire and attempting to gain write-in votes for Petraeus myself, what am I to do?