Those who read conservative (and libertarian) blogs know by now, Andrew Breitbart, who through his BigGovernment.com website released the videos which drew the corruption at ACORN to the attention of the nation, says we should preepare for a “blockbuster” “from left field” next week.
Patterico thinks it will involve the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) where an Obama appointee was caught “seeking to use government funds to promote Obama administration initiatives.” That the leading post on Big Hollywood (as I write this post) is a “Pregame report” on the “NEA Conference Call” does seem to bear him out.
No wonder Tom Maguire is in Patterico’s camp, speculating that we might “be treated to tapes of undercover reporters posing as artists and proposing over the top Obama-boosting ‘art’ to enthusiastically nodding NEA grant directors.” Mickey Kaus, while calling ACORN a bad apple, offers that it’s “apparently not another” story about the controversial left-wing organization.
Whatever it is, I share Patterico’s prediction that just “as the media was caught flatfooted by the ACORN scandal, so too will they be rocked back on their heels by the next bombshell.”
As Jim Hoft says, “get the popcorn.” Fasten your seat belts fellows, it’s going to be a bumpy week. And far bumpier for the MSM than it will be for bloggers. So, let’s let Bette help get us ready: