You know, I really didn't understand what the point of the "old" Coalition of the Chillin' was, but this is something that I think is useful, for reasons I'll elucidate later. The simple version is, I think it's important to demonstrate (1) what a horrible political choice this was in the sense of splitting the base and (2) demonstrating to the appropriate people that there is an organized effort that will not go away against this nominee.
If we're going to aggregate the folks who are chillin' right now, I think it's also important to aggregate those who are, as Michelle Malkin says, Illin'. And so, I'd like to start keeping official track of the "Coalition of the Illin'" here. (If someone else already has this up, drop me an email. If you'd like to be included, drop me an email with your blog handle and URL, or just ping my trackback.
UPDATE (10-06-05 17:20:00 CDT):
Conservative Outpost seems to be sitting on the fence.
Bogus Gold: Illin'.
Bill Dozier: Illin'.
Others who have not yet joined the coalition, but Illin' nonetheless:
Gerry Daly: Illin'.
Professor Bainbridge: Illin'.
David Frum: Illin'. A devastating critique for the "you don't know her and Bush does" crowd.
Thomas at RedState: Illin' in the most beautiful post I've seen in a long while
John Cole (John Cole!): Illin'
Jeff Goldstein doesn't do coalitions, but he's illin', too.
Matthew Stinson: Illin'.
Hopefully more soon, I just don't have time to surf like I used to.