#JustABlogger spots the collusion between super PAC & #Obama2012, while MSM ignores

MediaBreitbart.com writer RB does the digging and research that the MSM won’t do and connects the dots between super PAC Priorities USA and the Obama 2012 campaign on Joe Soptic’s participation in Romney hit-piece ads for both.  Moe Lane has screencaps of the ads and notes their similarities, and the only conclusion that can be reached – at least by yours truly – is that collusion (which is illegal) definitely happened.

I’ve seen a couple of news outlets (one here) report on what the campaign itself is now admitting they lied about (that they supposedly “did not” know Soptic’s story)  but don’t hold your breath waiting for a 24-7 push for answers on the collusion angle.  It is an election year, after all, and the mainstream media at large are well into “Re-elect Our Guy” mode.

With that in mind, thank goodness for “just a blogger” types – right, Juan Williams? ;)

The Great Northern Teddy Bear War of 2012?

**Posted by Phineas

Agent of Swedish Imperialism?

Hey, we’ve had the War of Jenkin’s Ear, why not a diplomatic row over a child’s toy?

Belarus-Sweden teddy bear row escalates

Belarus has taken strong diplomatic action against Sweden following a stunt involving parachuted teddy bears.

Sweden says all of its diplomats have been expelled from Belarus, which has also closed its embassy in Stockholm.

Belarus was angered when a Swedish public relations firm dropped about 800 teddy bears with pro-democracy messages from a light aircraft.

President Alexander Lukashenko sacked his air defence chief and head of border guards over the 4 July incident.

He told their replacements not to hesitate to use force to stop any future air intrusions from abroad.

Belarus is Europe’s last Stalinist state, run by a whack-job former Soviet apparatchik, Alexander Lukashenko. I’m sure, after he passes from the scene, they’ll be reabsorbed by increasingly authoritarian Russia. Meanwhile, I eagerly await Wolf Blitzer’s breathless reporting in a CNN special on The Teddy-Bear Crisis.

And UN observers. Mustn’t leave out the UN observers.

via Slublog

(Crossposted at Public Secrets)