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Another Anti-Obama Movie Set To Be Released

August 28, 2012 by  

Another Anti-Obama Movie Set To Be Released
"The Hope and the Change" will premiere at the Republican National Convention in Tampa, Fla.

Following the success of “2016: Obama’s America,” another anti-Barack Obama film will soon be released. Produced by Citizens United, “The Hope And the Change” documents the worsening situation of 40 Americans who voted for Obama in 2008.

The film will premiere at the Republican National Convention in Tampa, Fla.

David Bossie, the group’s president, said Michael Moore’s “Fahrenheit 911” served as an inspiration.

Michael Moore made a film attacking George Bush, and he didn’t let the facts get in the way of a good storyline,” said Bossie. “What we did was want to be able to do the same thing. That’s what the Citizens United case emanated from. .. And that’s why in 2008 I went to the United States Supreme Court to fight for my right, and it took me many years.  And in 2010 we finally won our victory.”

In September, “The Hope And the Change,” will be in select theaters across the United States, and it might air on a cable channel regularly until Election Day.

“This is the first election cycle that we are now legally able to make a political documentary and show it and its ads on television,” Bossie said. “And we’re really excited about that.”


Bryan Nash

Staff writer Bryan Nash has devoted much of his life to searching for the truth behind the lies that the masses never question. He is currently pursuing a Master's of Divinity and is the author of The Messiah's Misfits, Things Unseen and The Backpack Guide to Surviving the University. He has also been a regular contributor to the magazine Biblical Insights.

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    • moonbeam

      You know what, Christopher? Can you turn off the caps and STOP using the word “negro” It really is nauseating as hell. There is another term that is quite often used. African American, blacks.

      • Winddrinker

        Moonbeam it is “african-American” that is nauseating! Catch a grip!

        I am not Italian-American…I am “American!”

      • JUKEBOX

        All of the name ID’s you have mentioned are truly racist, and you left out colored, bi-racial, half breed, etc.

      • steve

        WHO are you to be so pretentious as to think any other group would need your help and protection? Fix your self!

  • Harold Olsen

    Back when Clinton got elected I made a comment on line that when Reagan first ran for president he asked the question “Are you better off than you were four years ago?” and my answer was “No.” When he ran for reelection and asked the same question, my answer was “Yes.” An idiot liberal Democrat responded that now that they were in charge they’ll take it away from me. Very definitive of the left!


      “Harold Olsen,”


      • Smilee

        Apparently you still see Black People as less intelligent than others, that was the basis that supported racism in this country for years, you know it still might be alive and well, your post does make one wonder.

      • wandamurline

        To Smillee….you only see the black people who are less intelligent because of the drop out rate of blacks from school. So many young black people are leaving school and without an education, they are less intelligent. And without school, they are in low level jobs if they are in any jobs, they are lured to the gangs or are on the taxpayers’ teet as welfare recepients. When we drop standards for any people, regardless of their skin pigmentation and they drop off the educational grid, then they do become less intelligent. Of course, we do have the blacks that stay in school, go to college and dig themselves out of poverty and opression…and that would apply to any race whether it be black, white, red, yellow or green. It is what you do with the opportunities this country offers that makes you either more intelligent or less intelligent.

      • Kate8

        smilee – The reason you Lefties are contiually accusing the Right of racism is to try to draw attention away from the truth, which is that it is the LEFT which is guilty of the worst kind of rascim…that of condescension.

        If you really believed in equality, you wouldn’t think that, in order to give minorities a leg up, you have to tear the white man down. Your message to blacks has always been that they can’t do it alone, that they are inferior, that they have to vote Democrat so that they can get “entitlements”, without which they cannot survive.

        Conservatism just says ‘let the best man win’, meaning, whoever is most motivated, most willing, and best qualified in terms of performance, regardless of color. No one gets included nor excluded because of race.

        The Left thinks that if we have winners, there have to be losers. Conservatives believe in win/win.

        What you Lefties say is that minorities have to get preferencial treatment, qualified or not, because they don’t have the intelligence and motivation on their own.

        Many of them are beginning to understand this, and are rebelling against the Left.

        Racist? Look in the mirror.

      • Erik

        Hey Chris,You sound like a classic racist! Maybe you don’t mean it outright,but that’s the way it comes across.


        “Kate8″ – THANKS, MA’AM.

      • sam1966

        To smilee and Erik, Chris has posted that he is African American, so how are his posts racist? FOR GOD AND COUNTRY! 하나님하고 나라를 위해서!

        You need both love of country and fear of God to be a patriot.

      • JUKEBOX

        Smilee, anybody who voted for Obama just because he called himself “BLACK” really does display a certain lack of intelligence.

      • Smilee

        sam1966 says:
        August 28, 2012 at 8:50 pm

        To smilee and Erik, Chris has posted that he is African American, so how are his posts racist?

        He did not say he was black but race or color has nothing to do with racism only when one race hates the other because of his color and treats them as inferior is it racism and you know an awful lot about hate don;t you Sammie

      • sam1966

        Since I’ve never said anything negative about someones race, you lie. Do I hate people? No, I don’t. Though I don’t hate people, there is nothing that says I have to like what they do. Now just take your lies and your jack boots with you out the door. Thank you, enough said. FOR GOD AND COUNTRY! 하나님하고 나라를 위해서!

        You need both love of country and fear of God to be a patriot. This leaves you out. BTW, who are you to talk about hate? Look at the threads you have posted and tell the truth for once.

        • Smilee

          You have convinced me now, there is no limut to your idiotic statements and lies

      • http://yahoo gator

        it’s a known fact that hussein got the black vote because he was black. he is also white by the way. whether he gets the majority black vote this time will truly be a measure of the black communities intelligence. i myself beleive the black voters have the brains to know when they’ve been used, hopefully i’m right.
        i was really hopeful that COLIN POWELL would have run for potus, he is a TRUE AMERICAN he’d been a PRESIDENT of which to be proud!

      • http://naver samurai

        Wrong, wrong, wrong smilee. You are the less intelligent one here. In fact this is how you really want America to be.

        If this is how you see America in the future, then you have been drinking way too much of the lib kool aid. FOR GOD AND COUNTRY! 하나님하고 나라를 위해서!

        You need both love of country and fear of God to be a patriot. This leaves you out.

  • Vigilant

    I’m afraid Mr. David Bossie has put his foot in his mouth.

    “Michael Moore made a film attacking George Bush, and he didn’t let the facts get in the way of a good storyline,” said Bossie. “What we did was want to be able to do the same thing.”

    He’s admitting he’s not letting “the facts get in the way of a good storyline,”

    Not a wise comment at all.

    • Warrior

      Funny thing is, “Facts” always destroy “progressivism”.

      • eddie47d

        Funny thing about Bill Clinton is that Republicans made a ton of money under his Presidency and he kept the economy fairly stable. So even when a Democrat makes a Republican rich they will turn against those same Democrats and destroy the hand that feeds them. Most Americans did well under Clinton yet the Republicans turned a politically motivated sex scandal into the top issue. Did the Republicans put Country First or did they resort to tabloid journalism? The answer is obvious although they will never admit it.



      • sidewinderaz

        Eddie47d – Interesting point except you forgot to include one thing. Herr Klinton had a Republican majority in both houses and because of this he doesn’t exactly get all the credit for the prosperity of that era. Besides he was too busy with Monica in the Oval Office to worry about such things.

      • Vigilant

        Eddie opines (wrongly), “Funny thing about Bill Clinton is that Republicans made a ton of money under his Presidency and he kept the economy fairly stable.”

        Sorry, eddie, you and nc make the same mistake, i.e., correlating the person sitting in the Oval Office with economic prosperity or recessions. It doesn’t work that way.

        Just as the recession that plagued Reagan’s first term was the fault of Carter’s and Volker’s idiotic policies, so also was the boom period under Clinton a simple ride on Reagan’s smashing success in bringing us the longest period of business prosperity in history. Thank Reaganomics for that, NOT Clinton.

        Then eddie tops his boner with “Most Americans did well under Clinton yet the Republicans turned a politically motivated sex scandal into the top issue. Did the Republicans put Country First or did they resort to tabloid journalism? The answer is obvious although they will never admit it.”

        They very much put country first, unless you think impeaching a president for perjury is wrong. Why don’t you and your myth-proliferating buddies face the fact that it wasn’t the sex scandal that did him in, it was putting his hand on the Bible and swearing to tell the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth in a federal court of law.

        Perjury is perjury, whether it’s for murder or jaywalking. Scooter Libby found out that obstruction of justice is an imprisonable crime. Difference is, Clinton walked and Scooter Libby paid the price.

      • eddie47d

        That is why Vigilant so many insist that Obama inheirted the mess from Bush (rightfully so).Yet so many on the right continually say it is all Obama’s fault. As per your comparison Carter vs Reagan. As far as that sex scandal goes the Republicans grabbed at anything to get Clinton. They were more concerned about toppling him(or legacy) than any darn law to protect.

      • Vigilant

        Eddie, have you ever heard anyone say that Obama did NOT inherit the economic mess from the Bush administration? To be sure, it was the Democrats who precipitated the whole thing (Fannie/Freddie) in concert with inadequate safeguards of banker shenanigans, no one ever stated that Obama caused the whole thing. That has NEVER been the argument, and makes me wonder where you’ve been the last four years.

        The argument has been, and continues to be, that Obama not only didn’t take steps to recover the economy, he took precisely the SAME steps that were so unsuccessful for Bush, with the exception that he did it in spades! And in doing so, we are where we are today.

        And, in your blindness to the gravity of the charge of perjury by the President of the United States, you merely confirm, as has been confirmed so many times before, that liberals have no respect for the rule of law. Regardless of the source of the perjury (a sex scandal) and regardless of the alacrity with which the Republicans attacked Clinton, the fact remains that THE PRESIDENT COMMITTED PERJURY, A HIGH CRIME IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE CONSTITUTION.

        That you can treat the Constitution with such a cavalier attitude is what continually pisses off those of us who happen to believe that the Constitution is the law of the land and that the oath of inauguration MEANS something beyond the mere mouthing of words.

    • Nobody’s Fool

      Vigilant, thank you for making note of this. i was wishing he had let me proof his statement before he went public with it. He also went on to say he started petitioning the Supreme Court for the right to make this film back in 2008 and it took him “many years” to accomplish his goal. I am not a math teacher, but I don’t think from 2008-2010 equals “many years”. I don’t say this to nitpick on what the writer or David Bossie said, and I cheer this little movie and wish them success. I just pray that they have not stretched any facts or worse yet, followed the democRATS’ lead and used life long Republicans to act in this movie. The democRATS just used a couple of lifelong democRATS in an ad who say they are lifelong Republicans and they are so disappointed, blah blah blah. I sincerely hope this movie is based on fact lest Republicans be vilified by the media as a pack of liars making up story lines.

    • cawmun cents

      First off,let me say that I disagree with the technique in which this is presented.
      “2016″,may be a hit or a flop.but I dont need a motion picture producer to explain to me, what is clearly right in front of my eyes.
      I think that Michael Moore is a sleazebag for having did as he did.
      Why should I think any differently of these folks when they use the same tactics?
      That is why I see no difference in the left/right paradigm,and campaign tactics of either political party.Seeing as there is no real difference,I tend to think that I am pissing in the wind if I take one side or the others position.
      So I take the position of someone who has to rely on words written thousands of years ago,to compensate for the lack of integrity and character seen in the present day.
      If there was any alacrity in the methods by which ideals were pursued by either side here in this day and age,I might be subject to decide based on my perception of the integrity of the constituents.However since no such reality has come as a result of my understanding the true nature of modern politics,I tend to settle by using a tried and ture method of deciphering just what is right and what is wrong.
      The Holy Bible.
      God’s word is good enough for me,but there isnt a politician alive who has that same reliable consistency in my mind,nor is one likely to evolve.
      This is why our forefathers went at their duties with a grain of salt.
      They realized that we would likely come to the point we are at,and feared that on that day we would make poor decisions based on the kind of morality that gets trumped up by humanistic policy and moral malaise, that can only come from the need to perpetuate ones own agendas.
      So here we sit at election time drinking the poison that is the decision making process.
      Will we survive?
      But at what expense?

      • Alex Frazier

        The point of the 2016 movie was not to show what was right in front of people’s eyes. It was to show them what is going to be right in front of their eyes if Obama is reelected. And there are plenty of things in the movie that your average citizen isn’t aware of. The power to suspend elections, for example. Most people have no idea that such a thing can happen.

        If they stick to the facts, don’t be disgusted. If they do it Michael Moore style, then hate it all you want. But the public needs to be educated on what’s really going on in this country. It needs a better education than the opinions of the left that have no facts to support them.

      • skippy

        cc….my son, a former USMC Sgt. went to see the movie, and he raved about it. Have you seen it? I do hope you intend to. I was told it is informative.
        God Bless.

      • Smilee

        This is not an educational film, nor do any of us have a crystal ball to predict the future, this film is plain silliness that should be taken with a grain of salt and seen as nothing more that entertainment.

      • Sirian

        By all means go see it – 2016. Informative? Absolutely! As to your knowledge of Obummer’s background, not sure. If that is at a low level, 2016 will give you a much clearer understanding as to both where his mind runs as well as to what lengths he will go if re-elected. Go see it, it’s well worth the time.

      • sam1966

        You have to ignore smilee as the truth hurts him/her very much. Just ignore smilee as most of us do. FOR GOD AND COUNTRY! 하나님과 국가 대 한!

        You need both love of country and fear of God to be a patriot.

      • Palin16

        smelley, you mean like fahrenheit 911??

      • Smilee

        Sirian says:
        August 28, 2012 at 9:26 am

        The man that produced the film is an Obama hater by his own omission and one would be a fool if they expected him to be honest in his assessment of Obama, only one side of the story is being told

      • Smilee

        Palin16 says:
        August 28, 2012 at 11:02 pm

        smelley, you mean like fahrenheit 911??

        I do not believe I made any comment on that film. But the answer would be NO

      • sam1966

        If you want to know more about Obama bin Laden, just read the book “The Roots of Obama’s Rage.” It is very informative. FOR GOD AND COUNTRY! 하나님하고 나라를 위해서!

        You need both love of country and fear of God to be a patriot.

      • Palin16

        smelly, there are 2 anti-Obama movies out. You should watch “the Hope and the Change”….all 40 of the people interviewed are democrats or independants, not a single republican in the film. All 40 of them voted for Obummer in 2008, and all 40 of them are sorely disappointed.You could call it Buyer’s Remorse.

        • Smilee

          Sucker, they are republicans in disguise.

      • Palin16

        any evidence of that allegation sucker?

      • sam1966

        Smilee post facts or sources? Ha, ha, ha, ha! I see that smilee has forgotten once again, “Thou shalt not bear false witness against thy neighbor.” FOR GOD AND COUNTRY! 하나님과 국가 위해서!

        You need both love of country and fear of God to be a patriot. This leaves smilee out.

  • Doris

    The people who voted for DumBO got the change they voted for – too bad they were left without hope. They got the change Castro brought Cuba and Chavez brought Venezuela. I don’t understand why ANYONE who loves America would vote for someone who could sit for 20 years and listen to Rev. Wright say, “God damn America”. That clinched it for me – and I was right. Weren’t other Americans listening?

    • Polski

      Sure. We listened when Dubya/Cheney said that. So that’s why Obama got elected. So now Obama is terrible. Just like Dubya/Cheney were horrible. And Romney/Ryan are worse. Where is NONE OF THE ABOVE when you need it?

      • Nobody’s Fool

        Polski, you can always leave!!! (Please!!!)

      • Kate8

        Polski – Always you people try to justify the wrongs of the Left by pointing out the wrongs of the Right.

        Since when do two wrongs make a right? They all promise grand things, and they never deliver. Haven’t you figured that out by now. And where do you see anyone here singing the praises of Bush/Cheney?

        You Lefties are only here to fan the flames of division. You consistently thwart good discussion by firing accusation toward conservatives (many of whom are not conservative at all), and claim that the Left can’t make things better because the Right won’t let them.

        Think about who’s actually been in control for the majority of the past century, and think again.

        Until we can stop fighting about who’s worse, R vs L, we’ll never find solutions. In fact, that is the whole purpose of dividing a nation.

        The fact is, if we’d all just go back to Constitutional principles, throwing out all of the “progress” we’ve been burdened with over the past century, we could make things better. Changes were made, not for our betterment, but to lead, incrementally, to our total enslavement.

      • Kate8


      • Winddrinker

        Did you live better under GW or obumscum…

        (If you are getting welfare and living off other people, you probably are getting more.)

      • Deerinwater

        Kate8 says:

        “Polski – Always you people try to justify the wrongs of the Left by pointing out the wrongs of the Right.”

        Well Katie, why not? you seem to enjoy doing it so much and so often, why let you have all the fun? Clearly by your and my posting, it’s a Boomerang of equal opportunity.

        “YOU people!” You’re funny. So I guess that make me a “We’s people?”

    • eddie47d

      The thing is that Roger Moore put out independent movies on his own and although geared to the left weren’t pandered to by the Democrat Party.( They weren’t convention flicks) These new anti-Obama flicks are put out by Citizens United who have a dubious distinction of making Corporations people. They also seem to be directly linking the Republican Party to their films and the Republicans are taking full advantage of that. There have a hard time selling Romney so they are going to let these flicks do the talking. This means since Romney is one of those Corporate Elites Citizens United have him in their back pocket. Welcome to your own NWO.

      • teaparty13

        I didn’t think it was “James Bond” -Roger Moore making the anti Bush films, it was MIke.

      • Miguel E Levy

        Citizens United did not make corporations people, and neither did the Supreme Court. US CORPORATE LAW states that corporations have the same rights as citizens, so the Supreme Court could not have ruled otherwise in the Citizens United case without violating the rule of law. If you don’t like that part of US corporate law, blame Congress. They are responsible for legislation, not the Supreme Court and not Citizens United. Unfortunately, ever since FDR’s imperial presidency, the separation of powers and the rule of law has been ignored, and it has only been respected sporadically. That is why ignorant people now blame the Supreme Court and others for the Citizens United decision when it is Congress that is to blame. And, of course, legislators running for re-election will not disabuse you of your ignorance.

      • http://google gary gerke

        Why is it when the shoe is on the other foot the left drcries fowl!!!!!!! The left does not want the right on a level playing field, in your opinion these movies are racist because they are in favor of the right side for once. Get real, get a life and think for yourself.

      • s c

        Someone else just said it for me, comrade ‘e.’ Did you ever know the difference between Roger Moore and that boob who makes films to entertain retards? Like movie maker, like viewer, eh?
        Sad. Predictable. Utopian. Barf.

      • eddie47d

        Yes I brought up the wrong Moore and should have said Mike so thanks teaparty 13. That still makes SC an uncontrollable jerk in her nastiness.

      • eddie47d

        Where was racism mentioned Gary and why did you bring it up?

      • Palin16

        The word is out..Michael Moore is part of the 1%.

    • skippy

      I hear you Doris, and agree. “Fundamentally transform America” was the line that really grabbed my heart and soul. I love this country so much, even with all the ‘warts’!!!
      Thanks Doris for reminding me of the “good Rev.”

      • Palin16

        How about “you didn’t build that…somebody else made that happen”?




    • James

      Hey Doris you can’t say that Rev Wright wasn’t correct in his tone you all don’t want to know what he meant all you were listening for was what you could condemn PRESIDENT OBAMA for,so sad to see when people don’t want to admit that they are on the decline in this counrty and it will be a better country because of it.Read up on the length of a super country and see how long they last!

      • Palin16

        “The government gives them the drugs…builds bigger prisons….passes a Three-Strikes Law…. and then wants us to sing God bless America…No, no, no! Not God bless America. Goddamn America! That’s in the Bible…for killin’ innocent people. Goddamn America for treating her citizens as less than human! Goddamn America as long as she tries to act like she is God and she is supreme.”……Rev. Jeremiah Wright

  • roger gunderson

    The dangers of very charismatic people. Hitler was very charismatic.

    • eddie47d

      Romney is extremely charismatic also and present himself as a gleaming white knight. He made loads of money cannabalizing other companies and putting the Middle Class out of work but that seems to be the kind of wealth you envy. Maybe Bush and Obama have done little in helping the Middle Class but please don’t be so gullible in believing that Romney hasn’t done the same. Matter of fact he does it deliberately and is proud of doing so. When he and Bain went in to take over American Pad and Paper Company his first comment was said in a devious way “Aw,Jeez! Do we really need to fire these guys right away?” Which they did! The only people Romney cares about is himself and those who go along with his corporate takeovers.

  • http://n/a leoski

    Believe me, if this film iwill be used as a propaganda tool for the Republican Party, it will be just as beneficial to the memory and spirit of our once great Federated Constitutional Republic as anything Michael Moore could do. PERIOD! END OF STORY!


    i would like to thank everyone for their commitments ==it show me there are very many people that have change their mind about this president= i have found very many things out about him by watching u tube=i am (70) years old and have watched many presidents come and go= i have never voted because i could not figure out which ( thief and liar) to vote for==they all promise you the moon to get elected and then they give it to you a great big ( O ) if people could see just how rich all the government people get from being in congress they would think twice about voting the same man each time he campaigns to get re-elected= they all should work for $1 a year=they are there to serve the people not to amass a fortune=i have lost jobs and lost businesses when both parties have run this country= i do not belong to any party ==i was raised in a democrat house and back when i was young cousin Sam Rayburn was speaker of the house= so i have always heard from that side of the political view==and i have though they were like Robin Hood= steal from the people that make the money and give to the people that are to lazy to work for it=and as for Obamacare the Supreme Court said it was a Tax==ok i say it is taxation without representation=because the Democrats did not represent me

    • skippy

      Larry dear….NOT voting is NOT the answer. You are right on many points…re-electing the same people does none of us any good. I feel that is how they become so corrupt over there! But please, educate yourself, do your research, and VOTE Larry!!! It does matter!
      I am a 60 yr old mom….and I worry a lot about this debt problem. Obama and his cronies cannot stop spending….and that has got to change….ASAP!!

  • Norm

    Mein Kampf contains the blueprint of later Nazi propaganda efforts. Assessing his audience, Hitler writes in chapter VI:
    “Propaganda must always address itself to the broad masses of the people. (…) All propaganda must be presented in a popular form and must fix its intellectual level so as not to be above the heads of the least intellectual of those to whom it is directed. (…) The art of propaganda consists precisely in being able to awaken the imagination of the public through an appeal to their feelings, in finding the appropriate psychological form that will arrest the attention and appeal to the hearts of the national masses. The broad masses of the people are not made up of diplomats or professors of public jurisprudence nor simply of persons who are able to form reasoned judgment in given cases, but a vacillating crowd of human children who are constantly wavering between one idea and another. (…) The great majority of a nation is so feminine in its character and outlook that its thought and conduct are ruled by sentiment rather than by sober reasoning. This sentiment, however, is not complex, but simple and consistent. It is not highly differentiated, but has only the negative and positive notions of love and hatred, right and wrong, truth and falsehood.
    Propaganda must not investigate the truth objectively and, in so far as it is favourable to the other side, present it according to the theoretical rules of justice; yet it must present only that aspect of the truth which is favourable to its own side. (…) The receptive powers of the masses are very restricted, and their understanding is feeble. “

    Some things never change.

  • Babsan

    2016 is NOT a anti Obama film.Just info we never got prior to 2008 election.

  • Isabella

    Yes! Obama 2016, show us, what is in front of us.Think, how many people, even know and see what is happening in our country, refuse to admit, that their ” IDOL” failed them and failed AMERICA. This, was for them, hopping, maybe they will see the truth and will put aside the “racist” slogan and save their country for their children and grandchilden’s sake. If not, say good-buy to the USA and welcome the ” others” who ever will be..

    • Norm

      So far we haven’t heard one detail about how Romey would improve things. Most of his rhetoric has been generalizations and platitudes.
      He will drastically cut taxes, increase military spending and use of troops as the world’s cops and still balance the budget. It didn’t work for Bush and will not work for him.
      He would, if it were possible, repeal Obamacare, yet he has no alternative that would be more effective. Since he invented Obamacare it is an odd position.
      He would remove government oversight of business. The housing bubble, and economic disaster that still exists, is a result of a corporate greed and poor management.

      • Palin16

        Generalizations like “hope and change”? Nothing specific, deliberately vague, let the voters interpret it in any manner they wish.

      • http://none bob

        Norm, As far as greed goes here is some food for thought? #1 (50 years of our war on poverty) 10 trillion spent for this war and there are more in poverty now then when we started. #2 (33 years with a department of energy) I believe the budget for that department in 2010 was 44 billion, not once in the 33 year history have they submitted a energy plan to congress or the white house. #3 (33 year history with the department of education) Jimmy C. said we needed this department because we had fallen out of the top ten in all categories among industrialized nations. That department got over 100 billion in 2010 and we are in the mid to upper 20′s in all categories among industrialized nations now. #4 (50 years with our war on drugs) 8 trillion spent and please tell me what we have to show for that. I could keep typing about K street, hedge funds, tax codes, stimulus packages, bank bailouts, corporate bailouts, financial reform act, EPA, OSHA, regulations etc. OUR GOVERNMENT IS CORRUPT IN BOTH PARTIES, they are in it for themselves. Most of what I described above is simply a jobs program set up by the politicians to BUY VOTES. A good Stalin purge of our government is what we need to help stop the greed that you talk about because the private sector is just trying to keep up with the Jones’s

      • JeffH

        bob, excellant my man, excellant!

  • Palin16

    I like this “the Hope and the Change” movie even better than the 2016 Obama movie (which I saw 2 days ago) because in the former movie all of the people speaking are democrats and independants…not one single republican….who feel that Obama has let them down. “Dreams from my Real Father” is also excellent.

    • Norm

      I can’t wait for the Obama/Romney debates. Romney’s days are numbered. He’s almost as bad as Palin.

      • Palin16

        I’m looking forward to the Ryan-O’Biden debates.

  • Palin16

    One of the points made in the 2016 Obama movie is where Obama tells the Russian president “I’ll have more flexability after my election” regarding nuclear disarmament. In other words, during a second Obama term he would lower the US quantity of warheads as well as Israel’s while doing nothing to prevent Iran from doing likewise. The film was produced before Obama made the “you didn’t build that” statement, but it does go into his background with shady characters like Bill Ayers, Frank Marshall Davis (his communist mentor), Tony Rezco (who financed the Obama’s home in Chicago and is now behind bars) and of course, the Rev. Jeremiah Wright.

    • Winddrinker

      Because of his comment to the russian, obumscum obviously has no doubt that HE WILL be elected….

  • GARY (DOC)


    • http://netscape gary arcand

      right on gary (doc) anybody who has a terroist as a friend and has the mind of Timothy Leary (i.e. a communist) needs to pack his bags and go back to Chicago!

  • http://na Mike in NE

    I have not seen the movie yet, but I hope it shows his promise of “this will be the most transparent administration” blah blah, and one of his first EO’s was to seal his documents. I knew the result was terrible from that day “forward”. What a choice of words for the current campaign. More EVIL is all I can see.

    • Palin16

      I saw the movie. One of the first things Obama says on it…”in just five more days…we begin a fundamental transformation of the United States.”

  • Jim

    I expect this film will be as much of a home run as “2016 — Obama’s America”, but I also expect that most of the people who ignored the warnings in 2008, as well as those who look to government with their hands extended, will again ignore what most people have no difficulty seeing and understanding.

    The fact that Obama failed to make good on any of his promises pales in comparison to what he has planned for his next four years! I pray that enough people recognize the truth and go to the polls to end this joke on America.

    • JeffH

      Jim, one truth Obama has upheld is “change”…fundamental change…another 4 years and we’re all toast, America as we know it will be toast…our Creator endowed us with life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. Our government’s intent is to remove it.

      The real fundamental changes started with the creation of the Federal Reserve and the central banks, the Rothschild Banking Cabal et al.

      • JC

        Jeff, seems your as intent on the “root” of the problem as I am. Abolish the Fed and in a very short time all of this corruption is put in check.

      • JeffH

        JC, yeah I am. We’ve all had these discussions many times.

        Ron Paul has pushed for it and he’s gained a lot of support in DC. Now there’s even some talk about going back to the gold standard. But, as they say, the proof is in the pudding. I’m just afraid that were in for the same-o, same-o.

        Only the people will be able to save this nation.

  • 4204life

    Honest money would benefit the majority of people and limit the control sociopaths have on society.

  • Palin16

    Did anyone catch the speech by Artur Davis at the RNC? This guy nominated Barack Hussein Obama in 2008 but now he’s seen the light. Simply spectacular!

  • deerinwater

    Vigilant says:
    August 28, 2012 at 6:09 am

    Good Eye, Vigilant ~ and you are right but I don’t think that it matters to these people.

    It’s long since mattered little about Good or Bad or Right or Wrong but the notion of not being seen as “losing” holds the greatest value of all.

    The hate of being seen as losing is so great, winning is all that matters anymore.

    It’s like the Circus actor that sticks his head up an elephants a$$ in a circus act was once offered a good job as zoo keeper administrator of Brownsville zoo , to which he said, “What? and give up show business? ”

    They just can’t give up on the “act”

  • Don B

    This is my observation from growing up with Black people and I don’t mean to be racist even though some will read this post and call me racist. Many Black people tend to back people of their own race more so then none Black people do, so when Obama ran for election I think many blacks didn’t study the issues they just voted for a fellow Black person. Hopefully after the past three years this won’t happen again because the economy such as unemployment has hurt the Black people much worse then the Whites.




    I think i’ve got it now: mention anything about Race (white, black, Negro, African American, Oriental, Indian, Caucasian, etc) and you are a Racist!!!!


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