My new film, "2016 Obama's America," has been in theaters for a little over seven weeks and is no longer going unnoticed. Those who make their living reviewing films are coming out in droves on both sides of the opinion spectrum and those reviewers who find the film entertaining, educational and even inspiring are not only right but now once again in the minority. Ardent partisans who somehow missed their calling as spokespersons for liberal politicians and ended up as film reviewers instead, are wont to find any film that doesn't tow the liberal line to be lacking in content, intellectual...
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I saw the movie, along with 9 friends, the day it opened in the theaters. I thought it was a well researched, thoughtful and respectful. It does give fodder for rethinking how we, as Americans, elect out President. It concerns me that a person's 'like-ability' is more important than a person's credentials. I think that is why the Founding Fathers did not have the public elect the President. It also is a reminder that there is a message about the person(s) that 'protests too much' and a projection when they too easily call people 'rascist'. More fodder for thought.
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