Saturday, June 18, 2005


Right now I have what is best described as a "Durbin Hangover"; the last couple days have been a whirlwind of blogging, phone calls, emails, and emotions. It's comforting to see how many in the blogging community have come forward to flex their individual strenghth against the likes of "Little Dickie Durbin," as Hugh Hewitt likes to call him. It gives one hope.

Now that the phones in Washington D.C. are being answered by automated devices and the MSM is all but ignoring the Durbin story, one has to ask, what next? At this time, I don't know. However, contributing to this new site is as good a place as any to start: Bloggers for Censure.

I have much more to say about Durbin, but for now I'll just encourage you to visit Blogs for Censure and put a link on your respective sites, and formulate your plans of action for Monday morning. Remember, half the Senate and most of the MSM are hoping you'll tire of this issue and move on to something else. Prove them wrong.

Before I go, read a couple comments from Iraq. Here and Here.

Hat tip: Blogmeister USA and Lifelike Pundits.

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