Sorry for stopping posting.

I have joined John McCain’s campaign in the Political Department. Since I have joined the campaign, I have not blogged, except for noting a couple of stories in my twitter and feeds. I will also blog at Redstate after we win the nomination and it is clear what my role in the campaign will be.

My email and other methods of contacting me are all on this page. I hope my readers stay in touch.


ee2793 · March 2, 2008 at 10:24 AM

My friend, if you think this is over, you’re about to learn the hard way. Dana Milbank will follow you to the gates of hell, my friend, for sham-blogging while on the McCain payroll calling candidates liars while pretending to be some astroturf fake-blogger.

eye · March 2, 2008 at 10:35 AM

I have facts on my side friend. You never did.

sampo · March 3, 2008 at 12:54 AM

“for sham-blogging while on the McCain payroll”

Obviously ee2793 envied McCain’s massive warchest circa 2h07 that would eventually buy him a win in 08.

Rachel · March 4, 2008 at 9:03 AM

Congratulations on your guy winning, Soren. I would have picked him over Romney or Rudy. I prefered Fred.

Just know that we conservatives will accept McCain but do not try to force that amnesty for illegals down our throats again. You really do not know the level of anger that is out there in the country over this issue.

ee2793 · March 4, 2008 at 9:33 PM

My friend, go tell it to He’ll be calling soon enough, my friend, to expose you and all your sham-paid blogger frauds.

webdeb · March 20, 2008 at 5:18 PM

So this is the infamous Soren who posted the Jeremiah Write video on YouTube? Good going, buddy. You have probably single handedly done more damage all by yourself to your own to a nation, than this ridiculous farce of a war you support. And now, you have eliminated the only person who could bring any hope for your kids or your grandkids to ever live in peace, or not be killed while serving this nation while your party negotiates oil deals. How sickening. They may not even have a flag to pledge to because of your cowardly act. You didn’t have enough faith to believe in your candidate. You had to take cowardly tactics to the limit. I guess your small little pea-brain didn’t take into account that what you did was WRONG! How dare you? I can see from this blog you had something to prove to your right wing friends who don’t think you are right wing enough. Well… who’s the big man now? Not you!

hildo · March 20, 2008 at 5:59 PM

O hay, looks like you have plenty of time to take up blogging again.

Rachel · March 20, 2008 at 10:42 PM

Say it ain’t so, Soren!

I read all about the events of today on


P.S. McCain is a RINO. That camp won’t be fighting like they should.

ee2793 · March 21, 2008 at 8:18 PM


A low-level 30-something aide – you put the Twit in Twitter. You sham-blogged for McCain for months attacking Romney and now you’re paying the price.

P.S. You attacked the Romney family for supporting civil rights and your tweet also focuses on a race-baiting hit-video. Way to appeal to racial politics, you twitterer.

Rachel · March 22, 2008 at 9:48 AM

Oddly its just the MittWitts and the Obama cult followers who are laughing.

ee2793, you really need to get over your bitterness about Romney losing.
If we have learned anything about religion and politics it is that if you belong to and support a bigoted church you won’t ever be president.

Obama will lose in a Mondale-like way.

Thank God Republicans rejected Romney. We now can see that his joining a racist church would have been a huge issue. He was also married in that religion and his wife converted. At that time, black men were not allowed to hold any position in the ‘preisthood,’ something that all white men could do.
It matters not a whit that Romney’s dad marched in a civil rights march. He still went to his racist church every Sunday.

Same with Obama, he wants us all to come together yet he went to his racist church every Sunday.

sampo · March 22, 2008 at 10:37 PM

Way to revel in someone else’s demise there, ee2793. Is that a Nehi cornerstone?

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