Pair-a-ducks or the tail of the lone goose

Geese are very loyal. 
They mate for life and are protective of their partners and offspring. ... When a goose's mate dies, that bird will mourn in seclusion—and some geese spend the rest of their lives as widows or widowers, refusing to mate again.

Of course this brings me to the entire idea of loyalty.  
A pair of ducks

We have been served up a ball of wax discussion of loyalty and what it entails during the past few days.  Perhaps it would be useful to visit the dictionary:

loy·al·ty  ˈloiəltē/
  1. the quality of being loyal to someone or something.

    "her loyalty to her husband of 34 years"

  2. So when Mr. Comey didn't swear loyalty to Mr. Trump he was on pretty firm ground it would seem. Loyalty is a thing. It is a noun.  When used commonly as in "he is loyal" it is a predicate adjective referring of course to "he". In the case of Mr. Trump, he demanded loyalty as in allegiance, faithfulness, obedience...etc..  Mr. Comey refused.

You see, Mr. Comey is a goose of sorts.  He is loyal to one thing; not another goose but the constitution.  To Comey, Mr. Trump is just another goose and he (Comey) has mated for life to the constitution and cannot and will not split allegiances. 

Good for him.  And "yuss guys" in the Senate. Remember this ok?