September 2, 2012, - 12:19 am

“2016: Obama’s America”: Boring Rehash of Old News; Attacks Obama For Not Backing Syrian Al-Qaeda Rebels (Whom Obama IS Backing)

By Debbie Schlussel

I believe in truth in advertising, and “2016: Obama’s America” should be called “Dinesh D’Souza: Me, Me, Me, Me, Buy My Book on Obama, and Watch Me Rip Off Everyone Else By Repeating Their Old News.” I’m not sure why so many on the right are raving over this movie. Aside from being incredibly boring, there’s nothing new here. If you’ve read about Obama and who he is, since before he was elected, you know everything in this movie. D’Souza merely ripped off the good research and work of others and regurgitated it to promote his book, “Obama’s America.” And it worked because the book is now on the best-seller list. This movie is merely an amateurish infomercial for his theft and repetition of everyone else’s work. And much of the movie is Dinesh D’Souza inserting himself and his background and comparing himself to Obama. Me, me, me, me. No one cares about you, Dinesh. The movie is not called, “Obama and ME.”

As I previously told you, I don’t support Dinesh D’Souza or anything he does because he’s a shameless apologist for Islam, says Muslims are just “1950s Americans” and attacks those of us on the right who see the credible threat of Islam to America. He’s written books and made a lot of money on these claims and blamed America for 9/11, saying Muslims have a right to hate us because we are too decadent. He’s a darling of the HAMAS CAIR crowd. Then in this movie, he hypocritically attacks Obama for being too pro-Muslim. Um, look in the mirror Dinesh. Also, he attacks Obama for not supporting the Syrian Muslim Brotherhood/Al-Qaeda rebels. Um, how is that a conservative position? In fact, Obama is supporting those rebels. That’s the problem. D’Souza decries a “United States of Islam” with the rise of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt and Libya. Is Dinesh that intellectually vacant (or dishonest) that he denies the stark, undeniable fact that the rebels in Syria are the same guys? The same Muslim Brotherhood? D’Souza is a fraud and a hypocrite.

But I went and wasted my $10 and 1.5 hours to see this underwhelming, overrated, waste of time documentary.

Despite claims by both Rush Limbaugh that this movie was “#1 #3, or #4” last weekend, the movie was #7 at the box office last week, against crappy August movies. Deadline Hollywood’s Nikki Finke (who’s now shown herself as completely unreliable) falsely reported last Friday–in headlines touted on her lapdog Drudge’s site–that the movie was #1 that Friday night when it was barely #4. And that’s because it’s not a well done documentary. It’s less than 1.5 hours but seems like forever. It’s slow and boring, and there’s nothing new in it. Every second is filled with loud music, a sign of a weak movie, especially in a documentary, where the information imparted should stand on its own. Instead, loud beats accompany every single inch of film. The camera work is herky jerky, and I guess Dinesh thought he was making “The Blair Witch Project” sequel. It was annoying to watch, as were his cheap interviews showing him on a cell phone and showing the interviewee responding by phone. Amateurish. Much of the movie filled with pointless interviews from people like Daniel Pipes (a fraud who claims that Islam is not a problem, just a fictional “Islamism”–and on those grounds, he should have no problem with Obama who embraces Islam, not Pipes fictional creation). An interview with a psychiatrist who did studies on fatherless sons’ behavior echoes what I wrote about Obama back in 2006. Yawn. Old news. Obama’s brother? All of us already knew about him. D’Souza’s interview with him isn’t news.

Obama’s father was a Muslim from Kenya who was polygamous and fathered many children with many women. Really? Not news to me or you. Obama is a far leftist with Marxist leanings who was taught by his Marxist mentor, Frank Marshall Davis. Old news. Obama’s pastor was Jeremiah Wright, a racist. Wow, who knew? Next, D’Souza will be telling me about these new things called the Internet, electricity, and plumbing that I didn’t know about either. Much of the movie is D’Souza reading portions of Obama’s books. Those have been hashed and rehashed to death. We know what’s in them.

Yup, I learned nothing from this movie. I wasn’t even entertained. And that’s the thing. Hate Michael Moore if you want (I do), but he knows how to make an entertaining (if lie-filled) documentary. He’s funny, irreverent, and he knows how and when to insert music and pop culture references. His anti-Bush movie, “Fahrenheit 9/11” (read my review), was number one at the box office in 2004 against blockbuster movies in the middle of the summer. Theaters were packed. And yet, Bush was still re-elected. When I went to the movie, last Saturday night, there were only nine people in the theater, and all of them were already voting against Obama. None of them (I talked to them on the way out) found anything new in the movie, either. And, like I said, the movie was barely #7 last weekend, even against crappy competition in the movie cemetery of August, where studios send the crappy movies to die a quick, painless death.

A lot of things D’Souza says Obama did not do–stopping Iran, cutting wasteful spending–Bush didn’t do for eight years. And neither will Romney.

The movie might have been useful in 2008, but now it’s just a boring yawn-fest. And a waste of your time and money. Of course, Dinesh D’Souza couldn’t have made this movie in 2008 because that’s when those who actually wrote the stories Dinesh lifted for this movie were doing the real work, the actual heavy lifting, while he sat back awaiting his chance at shoplifting them.

Oh, and back then, Dinesh D’Souza was busy trumpeting the HAMAS CAIR party line and singing the praises of Islam. He hasn’t changed his tune on that, except for the brief try at pretense on it in this movie.


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46 Responses

Thanks for exposing the fraud, islamo-panderer and hack, Dinesh…. and saving me the waste of time and money I might have spent seeing his drivel.

DS_ROCKS! on September 2, 2012 at 12:32 am

    I seen it and a heck of alot more than i ever knew about the guy running this country you can bet if the election isnt rigged he will not have and should not have a second term.

    jeremy on September 2, 2012 at 2:03 pm

“This movie should be called, Dinesh D’Souza: Me, Me, Me, Me, Buy My Book!”

I never saw them, but have heard very similar reviews by people who have, about both Ben Stein’s pro-religion and Bill Maher’s anti-religion films. The best (some say the only decent) documentaries, are the ones where the film maker only does voice-over, and doesn’t actually appear in the movie himself. It’s part of the reason that some 46 years after it was released, “The Endless Summer” is still such a joy to watch.

Irving on September 2, 2012 at 12:49 am

I remember D’Sousa’s name coming up ten or fifteen years ago in connection with something he wrote that some of the white supremacists and Nazi types were gushing about. I think it was something do do with the concept of some races being superior to others. I will try to find out what exactly it was because I think it might shed some more light on what this guy is all about.

RT on September 2, 2012 at 1:15 am

Debbie I wasn’t going to see it anyway, as I can watch Fox News for free at home and you have previously outed DD. Also I have launched my own personal Jihad against people who say “like I said” to me. Thay they feel a need to repeat themselves and announce the repetition for my alleged benefit is a bit much. A customer support guy from AT&T said that to me recently. I avenged this by saying it back to him about 5 times in the next 4 minutes. Of course you are exempt from my Jihad Debbie as you weren’t speaking to me and you are a pretty Jewish girl so I would pretend not to notice it if you were.

A1 on September 2, 2012 at 1:23 am

    Oh A1, you’re such an intellectual. How can Debbie resist you?

    You are an embarrassment to Judaism, you piece of filth. Unless, of course, you are not a Jew at all. Your corn porn is so un-Jewish, as is your inability to address anything Debbie writes except in relation to your dick.

    Debbie, the pervert A1’s comments are a chillul Hashem (sp?). PLEASE ban him.

    skzion on September 2, 2012 at 3:45 am

Well at least Schlussel actually WATCHED the movie this time before writing her SECOND column about it.

I think the problem with Schlussel (aside from the truly amazing level of professional jealousy she displays when discussing any other media personality) is this bizarre Puritan insistence that commentators agree with her on every single dimension of every single issue, especially when it comes to Islam.

Is she seriously criticizing the movie for saying that Obama is PRO-Muslim? Um, correct me if I’m mistaken, but doesn’t Schlussel believe that herself? I guess you can’t tell the truth about this commie filth unless you’re in the club.

The stuff in the movie is “old” news? So they should stop talking about it, then? No offense to Schlussel, but right now she sounds just like those idiots who are advising Romney: “Nooo, don’t criticize Obama, everybody’s heard that stuff already.” NO THEY HAVEN’T. Eight years after his sickeningly overhyped 2004 address, this man remains the least-vetted national figure in American history. If someone is trying to RECTIFY that fact, what’s the problem, again? Besides professional jealousy, I mean.

Statusmonkey on September 2, 2012 at 2:05 am

    Who is jealous of whom here? LOL

    Last word on September 2, 2012 at 11:19 am

    And I thought I was the only one who felt that way! Thanks! Very well said.

    Dave on September 3, 2012 at 9:32 pm

Debbie got a lot of criticism for not giving this flick a fair-minded review. HUH? I don’t need to look at garbage to know its garbage!

This movie is not going to affect what happens in November. Dinesh D’Souza is not the kind of guy who knows how to make a documentary. If it had been entertaining, she might have forgiven somewhat the flaws of its creator.

Not here and its still it a dud! It might have mattered four years ago. Not today.

NormanF on September 2, 2012 at 2:17 am

What I’m wondering is – how did he get anyone to finance such a movie?

Infidel on September 2, 2012 at 8:54 am

The first 30 minutes D’Souza set up the argument, I am a brown man just like Obama so don’t try and call me a racist, bigot, islamophobe, etc… for what I’m about to show you in the rest of the movie. CAIR and the MSM have not attacked the movie or D’Souza so he must have been successful.

The movie theatre was 85% full and the people seemed energized and excited to be there. Granted many of those in attendance were 50+, white, dressed well, polite, respectful, no cell phones went off, and no one talked or was disruptive throughout the long movie – for once I enjoyed the movie theatre experience…but that is another story for another time.

The theatre erupted in applause at the end of the movie which I found interesting and later understood why. At The Radio Jihad Network we deal with these issues every day, read whatever is out there, and do more than scratch the surface on this topic – so very little new info for me but that is my fault for being too engaged in this topic.

What I learned by the reaction of the audience and listening to the conversations as we were walking out was fairly consistent.

“Wow — I didn’t know that”

There were some points worthy of a critique but the reality on the ground is this…There are too few conservative themed films playing in theaters across the country for us not to support them.

I’m not a huge fan of D’Souza even after spending 20 minutes interviewing him at the RNC Convention. But I agree with his overall message of bringing the unspoken facts about Obama’s past out into the open – which is what the MSM should have been doing for the last 5 1/2 years but have not.

D’Souza was able to secure the funding for the project, secure a big name producer, and get the product out to the mass market.

D’Souza should be congratulated for his work. Financially, movies are an inherently risky investment. Documentary films are 95% financial failures. So who in their right minds would consider such a project????

Perhaps that is why there are so few conservative leaning movies coming out of Hollywood.

After the success of 2016 there may be a positive move towards conservative themed movies because there is a huge demographic in flyover country just waiting to spend their money on conservative theme movies.

Who knows if we conservatives scream loud enough we may just get our coconut oil back in theatre popcorn and just maybe with real melted butter too.

God Bless America and God Bless our Troops

The Radio Jihad Network on September 2, 2012 at 9:51 am

    What work? Regurgitating information that has been in the public domain for over four years? As Debbie has also noted, Dinesh D’Souza did blame the United States for 9/11, and claimed that it was due to our decadence. If you find sentiments like that to be patriotic, you should hook up with Louis Farrakhan. Debbie has made the point over and over again that just because someone claims to be a conservative does not make them one. Also, a low quality product does not become first rate because a Levine or Savage pushes it on their talk show. Conservatives frequently berate those on the left who engage in group think and allow themselves to be led around by the nose. Being a mindless follower is a bad thing no matter where you are on the political spectrum. It is the adult equivalent of taking candy from strangers.

    Worry01 on September 3, 2012 at 12:45 am

The fact that lots of people are seeing the D’Souza documentary justifies the need for a post like this.

Unfortunately D’Souza is not unique. A number of mediocre books by talk show hosts have plagued us in the last 20 years, and, unfortunately, like this book and film, they generally are just a rehash of things already said.

Medved, Hannity, Coulter, etc., etc. I listen sometimes on the car radio to some of those people (never when I am at home, though), and they seem to always be hawking their latest books.

Little Al on September 2, 2012 at 12:02 pm

Puh-Leeze! This crappy film IS old news. If one is all rev’ed up by it they need to get with the times. I don’t need to see this dopey film because I know all he talks about in it (and knew it in 2009) and more.

And I also know all the FACTS and compelling questions that DD chooses to ignore and not put on the table. How is giving warmed over facts and skimping on bona fide facts and dismissing compelling facts and theories something to be lauded? Not in my book.

Nope, I am sticking with those brave enough to let it all hang out there (and fortunately, these peeps have the guts to call DD on the carpet with his disingenuousness) because THAT is where it is AT. And like most other things in 2012 the fraud (D’Souza) is spot-lighted like a Kardashian and the good guts brave authors and pundits are lost in the ether. But at least I know who they are and the good work they have done.

Skunky on September 2, 2012 at 12:07 pm

    “A Kardashian?”

    Seriously, Skuzz, is ANYONE a bigger groupie than you? I’m surprised you don’t have Kim Kardashian’s face tattooed on your forehead. Frankly, anything would be an improvement.

    Hey, Debbie, you seriously need to give your parrot a cracker. And change her newspaper – the cage is getting really smelly.

    Statusmonkey on September 2, 2012 at 12:49 pm

      Jealousy is just the hot piss you gargle with, Monkeypud. I don’t give a stuff what you think of me.

      Where is Bob Dole today, Monkeypud?

      Skunky on September 2, 2012 at 1:40 pm

        Skuzzy want a cracker? At least I *can* think. I promise that I’m not jealous of your well-honed butt-kissing skills.

        Oh, and Eastwood: talk to the chair, Skuzz, ’cause the face don’t wanna hear it. I’d say that recent events have borne out my statement that Dole would’ve been a much smarter choice. Now if I can just convince Schlussel of this, of course you will get on board as well. RAAWWK, BAA-AA-AAA!

        Statusmonkey on September 2, 2012 at 2:24 pm

I went to see the movie, and even if it does nothing more than bring all the investment of time from others together. It is one Well Done presentation!!!!!!!!!!!! It paints a tapestry of the man thru his life and does a very good job of explaining his thought pattern…
As for the left/democratic/right basters/sheepople that believe anything they are told to believe!!! All that fits your brain pattern is a mental state of Denial!!!
I feel sorry for this country because of people like you morons….

David on September 2, 2012 at 1:02 pm

Irving, are you referring to Ben Stein’s “Expelled” as “pro religion”? If so, that’s not accurate.

Expelled is not necessarily pro religion. It’s mainly about how the supposedly tolerant left won’t even allow Intelligent Design to be mentioned. Granted, it does boil down to a religious argument, but to label it “pro religion” isn’t accurate.

Jeff_W on September 2, 2012 at 1:03 pm

DS, ” Hate Michael Moore if you want (I do), but he knows how to make an entertaining (if lie-filled) documentary. He’s funny, irreverent, and he knows how and when to insert music and pop culture references.”

As much as it pains me, my sweetheart Debbie, this is one of the rare times we don’t agree.

I’ve seen just glimpses of Moore’s movies, but I find nothing entertaining or funny about him. He’s so obnoxious, such a transparent sham with his regular Joe act. I can’t find one good thing to say about him.

Jeff_W on September 2, 2012 at 1:07 pm

shameless apologist for Islam, says Muslims are just “1950s Americans” and attacks those of us on the right who see the credible threat of Islam to America.
Did 1950’s America have beheadings, female genital mutilation, “honor” murders, stonings etc.? What a cretin D’Souza is. Apparently he thinks polygamy, child marriages, marrying first cousins are good family values that America should emulate.

Laura on September 2, 2012 at 1:20 pm

D’Souza is a self promoter; nothing more – nothing less. He has his own personal grain of salt to be taken with any of his output. Matters little to me since I’m voting for Gary Johnson anyway.

Kent on September 2, 2012 at 1:48 pm

Brigitte Gabriel, Pamela Ghellar, and a plethora of bloggers, the list of plastic counter jihadists just gets bigger and bigger, I look forward to Debbie’s investigations on this very soon.

Dinesh D’souza is unknown to me in the UK, but seems to be another peculiar fraud, who whats to be appear to be on everyone’s side at the same time.

Very sad how excited I get as people who have the bravery and brains to tackle the many serious subjects that threaten western civilisation, yet moments later you realise all is not what is seems.
At least I can trust Debbie Schlussel.

RobertEngland on September 2, 2012 at 2:47 pm

First off Skunky and Statusmonkey, the two of you need to hug eachother and quit fighting, lol. Secondly, I agree what Laura said in her message, and ironically, as I was reading this piece, I to was thinking the exact samething Laura said.

WTF is Mr. D’Souza equating 1950s USA with 8th century throwback muslims/islamists, is D’Souza crazy or what, is he saying that back in 1940s and/or 1950s USA folks in this country beheaded people in the name of religion, performed female genital mutilations, hangings of LGBT people (they existed in this country back then), wage a so-called christian jihadi holy war on non-christians, stoning females if they were caught having affairs beyond their relationships, etc. And he blames this country for being too decadant? Mr. D’Souza, I’d rather live in a secular-republic that has some decadence here and there then live in a ass-backward society with religious-dogmatic laws imposed on the citizens.

And it’s time other conservatives wake the hell up and KNOW who’s this Dinesh D’Souza character really is, to me with him not holding islam responsible for their 9/11/01 islamic-terrorists attacks is no different than the dumbass 9/11-Truthers who uses all sorts of BS conspiracy against this country (and Israel, the Truthers claim that the Israeli government and the Mossad did 9/11/01 and other bullshiite lies)!

“A nation is defined by its borders, language & culture!”

Sean R. on September 2, 2012 at 2:54 pm

    Sean, I will NEVER hug it out with that human stain. He is the dumbest POS on this board and he is just sore that I call and point out his rabid stupidity. I couldn’t care less what he thinks of me because he is a boring moron. I don’t even read most of his soporific posts.

    I’ll just point out his obvious stupidity lest any dope think what is between his ears (monkey flatulence) is worth pondering for a New York minute. He spends more time trying to cleverly insult me (and fails everytime) than refuting the stupidity of his moronic brain farts that never make sense and come to fruition. Who cares? I don’t. His unwarranted arrogance is annoying coming from such a simple mind but as I said, who cares. Everyone on here knows that already.

    I follow Norm MacDonald on Twitter (who seems to love golf as much as I love tennis) and for some reason I am thinking of his Bob Dole impersonation right now. LOL! ;D

    Skunky on September 2, 2012 at 4:01 pm


    What makes you think that the Skuzz even CAN hug anything? Imagine if you will a huge melon, with an olive sticking out of either end where the “arms” should be. Now imagine that rotund thing trying to hug you with its stubby arms.

    Statusmonkey on September 2, 2012 at 5:32 pm

This whole thing is a sad commentary about conservatism.

The mainstream media is so devoid of anything even resembling the truth, that when offered a morsel of information, despite being whitewashed and full of preservatives, we lunge at it like hungry dogs.

Most conservatives are older and don’t really use the internet. Their only source of news is TV and newspapers. Those two sources of media are so barren of any truth, I’m sure even the mention of an anti-Obama movie was groundbreaking.

The solution if for people like Debbie to put something together. It’s obvious Dinesh doesn’t know what he is doing and can only copy info and rehash old news. Get some independents like Debbie making movies, and get the word out.

Expect a reaction on September 2, 2012 at 3:49 pm

Also, you better believe Obama’s people search out documentaries like this while they are being made and try to quash them, or at least have the most damaging parts removed. Hollywood studios and the media who is stuck in stupid, will not let something be released if it does not meet the approval of people in power. Surprise, they are all pro-Obama. Kind of a mafia of sorts, of stupid, radical leftist Marxists who can’t get their heads out of their asses.

The result is we not only have Obama center and stage, but he also seems to have a hand in any anti propoganda. Both sides controlled by the radical left; shameful.

Expect a reaction on September 2, 2012 at 3:55 pm


For someone who professes indifference, you sure waste a lot of words on me. Let me offer a condensed version of your comment for all of “your” readers:


So now you speak not only for Schlussel, but for *every other person* on this board? NOT. You’re easily the least relevant person here (pretty much a robotic echo of anything Schlussel says), but you act like you’re some kind of key resource for readers. LOL. If this site was an office, you’d be that peon who cleans the toilets, but has somehow convinced himself that he’s a major power broker there. Whatever, loser. You don’t speak FOR Schlussel – she just does all your thinking for you. You add nothing to this site – except for obsequy and a potty fixation, that is.

Statusmonkey on September 2, 2012 at 5:16 pm

    correction: *obsequiousNESS*

    Statusmonkey on September 2, 2012 at 5:22 pm

I was very aware of DD’s clueless apologetics for Islam a few years ago, and it dismayed me, as some of his earlier writing had been good.

I walked out of 2016:Obama’s America feeling that Dinesh D’Souza has redeemed himself significantly.

This movie is well done. It has refreshing clarity about Obama’s motivations – and what a world away those are from most Americans of both parties. Seeing this movie could shift undecideds, especially those who voted for Zero in 2008, but now have some doubts. Kudos to DD.

I’m recommending all undecideds to go see it. I don’t get how it’s value is annulled by any of the complaints about prior work of DD. I think that is rather short-sighted.

Arn on September 2, 2012 at 9:12 pm

From what you said, it does indeed sound as stale as last week’s news. I read a couple of biographies on Obama in 2008. What you needed to know about Barack Obama was available back then. This is a film that would have been helpful in 2008, but not now. If registered voters are not at least somewhat aware of these things by now, they never will be. Dinesh D’Souza is in the same category as Grover Norquist, which is an Islamic apologist disguised as a conservative activist.

Worry01 on September 3, 2012 at 12:28 am

Went and saw movie. I agree with Debbie. Nothing special.

CornCoLeo on September 3, 2012 at 10:42 am

Kent, Gary Johnson is among those who don’t consider islam a problem, as is the case with many libertarians.

Laura on September 3, 2012 at 12:12 pm

Very simply, conservatives are under assault and need to stick together.

While not perfect, the movie is fine so I’m really puzzled as to why a conservative blogger would review it like a LIBERAL.

Allen on September 3, 2012 at 7:31 pm


    Sounds like you didn’t get the memo. This “rally round the flag” game is being played by the GOP elders for the *exclusive* benefit of Willard Mitt Romney. All the Akins and D’Souzas of the world can just DROP DEAD.

    Statusmonkey on September 3, 2012 at 8:27 pm


F the memo. I’m playing the hand I’ve been dealt.

That means that the prime directive is to defeat the Dimocraps.

You got a better, REALISTIC plan?

Put up or shut up…

Allen on September 4, 2012 at 4:39 am


    Hey, I didn’t write the memo – I just tell people what it says.

    I sure wish that someone would clue in Karl Rove and Mitch McConnell on your “prime directive” (lol – what are you, a Terminator?). They refused to support the GOP’s nominee for the Senate in Missouri this year, and in several states last time.

    Do I have a plan? Well, for starters, the party’s elders could stop blackballing reliable conservatives. More importantly, they could STOP nominating liberal Obama lookalikes such as Mitt Romney. I suppose you think that such a suggestion is profoundly “unrealistic,” though.

    Statusmonkey on September 4, 2012 at 2:46 pm

Dinesh D’Souza really does believe that traditional Islam (as opposed to “radical Islam,” as if there’s a difference) is good for America. This is the main point of his 2007 book, “The Enemy at Home,” which I consider to be the worst book purporting to be nonfiction ever written. For him, “decadent” modernity is far worse than the occasional excesses of Islam. And aside from serving the interests of the jihadists, he consistently contradicts himself, and then, like a true dogmatist, accuses his critics of the very sorts of thinking he embodies. He’s an incompetent loon.

Why is anyone seeing this film? “The Bourne Legacy” and “The Dark Knight Rises” alone make this a terrific late summer movie season. Why D’Souza?

Seek on September 4, 2012 at 4:45 pm

Agree with Debbie. But, the movie may be useful for those who have not been following the news at all and now are not enthused about Obama, but confused. One indiviual recently asked me what they should read (politically) so that they can know what I know. What a request! They are starting from ZERO! It must be 5 years since I began reading Debbie and more than 10 years since my ‘awakening’ – as I was in NYC on 9/11/01. I found the film incomplete and too sympathetic with Obama’s childhood angst. In light of what Obama is doing to me and to all of us, who can still sympathize with his “mishugas” (personal craziness). The theatre was 1/2 full, the audience mostly older folks and not Obama fans (applauded at the film’s end). But, I hope this film changes the vote of some independents.

Crazycatkid on September 5, 2012 at 11:49 am

I agree with you crazycat, most people don’t read, rarely use the internet to gather information, but occasionally can be drawn into a movie, or the eventually DVD. Anything that sheds light on Obama can only help the cause come November, not matter what the source, or how the material was gathered and presented.

Dave on September 5, 2012 at 8:22 pm

I don’t think this movie was for the ‘people in the know.’ It was produced to try to get information to people who would rather see a movie than read reports or watch news. In that regard, it has succeeded.

A lot of people who have seen it came out telling me a bunch of stuff that I already knew, so wouldn’t that make this movie successful – if the movie has FINALLY gotten the point across that people like you have spent thousands of hours writing about just for people to ignore it – I would think that you’d have a sense of relief that maybe a few more people are finally starting to pay attention.


Kevin Webb on September 7, 2012 at 2:08 pm

If the kids singing “yes we can” near the end doesn’t freak you out a little bit you’ve missed the point of the film. The idiocy of parents who allow their kids to be used as political bantha fodder in this way, really does signal the death of something which used to be recognized as America. It’s a Sunday school class recital rejuvenated as political revival.
Hollywood doesn’t have enough gloss to cover over the cracks anymore or to quote some slick product,
“Buckle your seatbelt Dorothy because Kansas is going bye-bye”

Freginaldo on October 14, 2012 at 2:20 pm

The movie is nothing more that D’Souza’s skewed views, which are politically and financially motivated. Full of half-truths and misleading statements. D’Souza would do well to concern himself with handling his own recent scandals than attempting to throw stones at someone else. He’s a twit.

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