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No Submission

11 September 2007

The attacks on the World Trade Center towers and on the Pentagon on 11 September 2001 may have seemed like a declaration of war. They were not; they were merely the most egregious overt acts of a war that had been declared years, even centuries, before. The war continues today. It’s being waged not just in the Middle East, but here in the U.S. as well. It’s being waged against us not just by those who have declared the war, but also by those who enable and apologize here at home.

We are at war. It is a war which will mark the end of civilization or the the end of a barbaric, medieval death cult. This is not my opinion; it is what our enemies have stated on many occasions. We can fight it, or we can offer up our throats, and those of our children, to the knife. I know which course I choose.

I will not submit.


I Will Not Submit

Michelle Malkin says it much more eloquently than I could. Head over to her blog and read today’s entry, “9/11: Remembrance and resistance”.

Take The Pledge

27 January 2007

Okay, so I’m a lazy, lazy man. That’s why, instead of actually expending the energy to write my own post about the NRSC Pledge, I just copied and pasted from an email I got this morning from Hugh Hewitt and N.Z. Bear:

The Activism Agenda:

Please tell the candidates in the ’08 cycle especially – Alexander, Collins, Coleman and Smith and would be presidential nominees McCain and Brownback — that a vote for the Warner resolution is the end of support for them and the NRSC.

Senator Alexander’s phone: (202) 224-4944. His e-mail form is here:

Senator Brownback’s phone: (202) 224-6521. His e-mail form is here:

Senator Coleman’s phone: (202) 224-5641.His e-mail form is here:

Senator Collins’ phone: (202) 224-2523. Her e-mail form is here: [because the length of Senator Collins’ info string broke my blog, I converted it to this link — ed.]

Senator McCain’s phone: (202) 224-2235. His campaign e-mail form is here:

Senator Smith’s phone: (202) 224-3753. His e-mail form is here:

Senator Voinovich’s phone: (202) 224-3353. His e-mail form is here:

The GOP leadership, which need to announce that no resolution will voted on that encourages the enemy, and that includes the Warner resolution or any cousin of the Warner resolution:

Minority Leader Mitch McConnell’s phone is (202) 224-2541. His e-mail form is here:

Minority Whip Trent Lott’s phone is (202) 224-6253. His e-mail form is here:

Senator Jon Kyl’s phone is (202) 224-4521. His e-mail form is here:

Senator John Ensign’s phone is (202) 224-6244. His e-mail form is here:

Take the NRSC Pledge:

If the United States Senate passes a resolution, non-binding or otherwise, that criticizes the commitment of additional troops to Iraq that General Petraeus has asked for and that the president has pledged, and if the Senate does so after the testimony of General Petraeus on January 23 that such a resolution will be an encouragement to the enemy, I will not contribute to any Republican senator who voted for the resolution. Further, if any Republican senator who votes for such a resolution is a candidate for re-election in 2008, I will not contribute to the National Republican Senatorial Committee unless the Chairman of that Committee, Senator Ensign, commits in writing that none of the funds of the NRSC will go to support the re-election of any senator supporting the non-binding resolution.

“Unbiased” Reporting

24 October 2006

Michelle Malkin has a couple of excellent posts up here and here. Different stories, different news agencies, but the similarities are amazing. If the major media outlets aren’t the enemy, they’re the enemy’s mouthpieces.

The Day by Day cartoon she references in the first post is right on the money.

What He Said

20 October 2006

From Ace of Spades HQ:

Whether the war is “a mistake” depends on its outcome. A victory will be a greivous blow for global bin Ladinism; a defeat their greatest triumph. The enemy has doubled-down in Iraq precisely because they know how important it is to their twisted cause.

If the bin Ladinists believe Iraq is vital to keep in reliably terrorist-friendly hands, it seems to me a pretty good indication that it’s a war worth fighting. Even given what we know now.

I can’t improve on it, so I’ll just link to it. Go read the whole thing.