Chuck Colson, who totally wasn’t involved in Watergate or anything, is digging in the for long haul against Apple and its chief executive Steve Jobs. So upset is Colson, who serves as chairman of the Christian-ist group Wilberforce Forum, that Apple has banned the Manhattan Declaration app from the iTunes store. “What we Christians need more than ever before is the distinctly biblical virtue of perseverance.” So how long is Colson, age 78, willing to “hunker down” and continue lobbying the religious community to share their opinions with Jobs? Well, at least until Verizon releases the iPhone. But good luck with your little project, Mr. Colson. It appears Jobs has a few more serious matters to deal with.