Once again, via "impolitical," the very thing we've been chatting about here:
[Eugene] Parks also said that in 2005 he was asked to take the lead with Blogging Tories, an on-line, pro-Conservative web log that could operate outside election rules. After the issue came to light on Sean Holman's Publiceyeonline website, the Conservatives stated that the Blogging Tories initiative was independent of the party.
Well. Well. Well. And doesn't that ring a bell? And perhaps some enterprising investigative journalist might want to sleuth out why this sort of thing might be "outside election rules," and clarify what is and isn't legally appropriate behaviour for a blogger who seems to have a pipeline to CPoC headquarters, and who seems to exist for the sole purpose of disseminating Conservative talking points on a moment's notice.
Any election law experts, step right up. The lines are so open.