Here we go. I want to give props to Emanuel Patrascu for this story from the American Spectator:
More at article.
The so-called Commission on Accountability which mysteriously appeared on the political scene a few days ago to push for show trials related to War on Terror interrogation policies is a PR hoax created by liberal philanthropist George Soros and political operatives sympathetic to the Obama administration.
The push is part of a vindictive campaign to pay back the architects of the War on Terror for making a good faith effort to defend America
To some the arrival of the Commission on Accountability, with its 19 member groups including Amnesty International USA and Human Rights Watch, suggested a significant groundswell of support in the nonprofit activist community for the proposed creation of an independent, non-partisan commission to examine the treatment of captured suspected terrorists. These groups all want Bush administration officials investigated for doing their jobs.
But the Napoleonic plotter Charles Maurice de Talleyrand's eternal aphorism that treason is a matter of dates is not lost on today's left, which, having recaptured the White House and Congress, now wants to pay back the architects of the War on Terror for daring to defend America from Islamist totalitarians.
Alas, this spanking new David Axelrod-style astroturf group was manufactured by Soros himself and Obama loyalists.
The proof was surprisingly easy to find.
That's because the domain name registration record for the group's website indicates near the bottom that the site was reserved for George Soros. It also indicates it was registered by Blue State Digital, LLC.
A BusinessWeek profile in June of last year identified Soros as a Blue State Digital client since 2006 and called the firm then-candidate Obama's "secret weapon." The firm was described as "a market research-New Media hybrid that has played an instrumental role in fostering Obamamania." Although the Obama campaign refused to discuss the firm for the article, Blue State Digital boasted that "its handiwork and technology can be seen in the more than $200 million Obama has raised online, the 2 million phone calls made on the candidate's behalf, and in barackobama.com's social network of 850,000 users, who have organized 50,000 campaign events."
The profile also noted that the firm was founded in 2004 by four former members of Howard Dean's presidential campaign. "But Thomas Gensemer, a former venture capitalist who, at 31, is now Blue State's managing partner, says he and his associates wanted to use such tools to mobilize grassroots support for progressive candidates, causes, or products," the profile states.
Blue State Digital was "tightly entwined with the campaign," BusinessWeek reported. "Joe Rospars, a 27-year-old partner, attends all of the Obama campaign' senior staff meetings, says Gensemer. Campaign insiders suggest privately that Blue State has so impressed Obama that, if he wins in November, the company could be in the unique position to play a role inside the White House."