Sunday, November 05, 2006

Recruiting Opportunity: Ramesh Ponnuru

Ramesh Ponnuru is worrried about life and death. Not your life, of course - he's worried about Blastocyst-Americans. He wrote a book about how Democrats belong to the party of death, and he's a senior editor for The National Review.

But, at age thirty-two, he's not too senior to head for Iraq. And he's just the sort of great thinker we need over there. Ramesh was for the Iraq War before he was (sort of) against it, but let's let bygones be bygones.

So contact Ramesh here ( ), and urge him to do the patriotic thing. And hey - his wife works for Roy Blunt (R-MO), so maybe the congressman can fast-track things for Ramesh before he gets thrown out of office.


At 05 November, 2006 14:43, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Democrats are the party of abortion, that is a fact.

If he's against it now then what is your problem?

At 05 November, 2006 14:50, Blogger Karl said...


If Ramesh Ponnuru really wants to think of himself as a leader of Americans and a strong supporter of President Bush and Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld and the heckuva job they're doing in fighting - and WINning - the Global War on Terrorism in Iraq, Afghanistan and elsewhere, then of course he'd want to serve under them in armed combat.

After all, wouldn't he like military service on his political resume in the future? Then nobody could call him a Chickenhawk.

At 05 November, 2006 15:06, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Karl, Bill Maxwell from the St. Pete Times has an article calling for the draft. Check it out.

At 05 November, 2006 22:16, Anonymous Anonymous said...

some republicans might say he looks a bit "Macacan".......


At 06 November, 2006 09:40, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ramesh looks a little too--rotund--to be able to cut it as an active grunt in the military. Of course, maybe he can put his typing skills to use in the Green Zone in Baghdad.


At 08 November, 2006 12:38, Blogger Faded said...

But, he's like- Brown. Won't our troops shoot him before he gets out of basic?

At 09 November, 2006 20:40, Anonymous Anonymous said...

If he's against abortion, then he shouldn't get one if he gets violently raped and gets pregnant. That isn't what being pro-choice is about.
Its about keeping the government out of a woman's right to choose. He feels that the government, not the individual, should choose.
I'm pro-choice.
He's pro-big government anti-choice.


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