Oops: USA Today Photographer Accidentally Captures Secret Obama SuperPAC Plans on Whiteboard

A recent USA Today piece on Democrat SuperPAC "American Bridge" accidentally captured the white board in the conference room at their headquarters.*

The USA Today article states that American Bridge 21st Century has one goal: uncovering an unguarded moment, a controversial position, a gaffe or flip-flop, anything that can be used to torpedo a political foe's campaign. But you can read that article from the link above...

Back to the details in picture:

Notice where their biggest priorities are:1st Tier: IN, MA, MO, VA, OH, WI2nd Tier: FL, ND, AZ, NM, MT, NV3rd Tier: MI, ME, NEAnd who is "American Bridge"? It's a super PAC created by anti-religion Media Matters founder David Brock and has teamed up with Priorities USA Action, another hard Left super PAC blessed by the Obama campaign.Now we see that American Bridge has its sights set on at least 15 states, and we have evidence of how they have prioritized them. The Democrats' official war on religion is summarized by @RBPundit:As we know, ObamaCare's attacks on religious liberty have caused an uproar among Catholics specifically. Catholic organizations are fighting back and, coincidentally, David Brock's SuperPAC is going after Catholic politicians more than any other group. Recently, American Bridge formed a joint fundraising committee with another pro-Obama SuperPAC called Priorities USA. Priorities USA is run by former Obama Deputy Press Secretary, Bill Burton. But all those connections to Obama's White House and ObamaCare are simply coincidences.The way these pro-Obama super PACs are supposedly working together is that Priorities is cutting ads/making ad buys, and American Bridge is doing the opposition research and message development. So Media Matters founder David Brock, who has been embroiled in scandal for the last four months and whose organization was founded to root out and exterminate "conservative Christian bias," now has official ties to the Obama reelection effort through this joint fundraising committee, and it should surprise no one if anti-Mormon bias drives lefty super PAC efforts going forward. (my emphasis)

Bottom line: if you live in Indiana, Massachusetts, Missouri, Virginia, Ohio, Wisconsin, Florida, North Dakota, Arizona, New Mexico, Montana, Nevada, Michigan, Maine, or Nebraska, David Brock and the anti-religion creeps at American Bridge/Media Matters are coming for your state.
Excuse me, I'm going to clean my guns...


H/T: Curmudgeonly & Skeptical