Blogging Tory "Hunter" almost has a good idea:
Your Assignment If You Choose To Accept It!
Sandy over at Just Politics has had a great idea (H/T Catherine), let's get together to do a Truth Video, maybe called "The Prorogation Myths".
Actually, I think that's a terrific idea. It would be just ducky if one of Stephen Taylor's loyal shills took the time to do, you know, research and figure out the facts and report on actual reality, as it were.
Sadly, though, the potential of posting something useful and informative lasted all of one sentence as Brenda continues:
So I am asking you to send me links to videos and radio broadcasts about proroguing Parliament both in favour or not, send me video links about the Afghanistan detainee affair and anything else you think has skewed the Conservative message on proroguing. Blatant bias by the media is good, newspaper quotes by MP's would be great.
Here's a hint, Brenda -- once you get into yapping on about being in favour or not, and encouraging people to go hunting for bias, you're no longer in the realm of objective reality, you're just spewing opinion. In other words, Brenda, before you even finished your first paragraph, you've clearly given up on what you proposed to do.
Unsurprisingly, the fun continues in the comments section as "Liberal Supporter" asks a simple question about the mechanics of editing and posting videos, and Brenda "Har har har!!" refuses to let him in on the tricks because, after all, videos are a Conservative trade secret, or something.
I'll go out on a limb and predict that what's eventually posted will be dishonest crap. Call it a hunch.