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Documentary on Obama a Balancing Act

OpenTheirEyes Wrote: Sep 02, 2012 12:43 PM
@Jane346 - It is not a waste of space or a waste of time to point out that Debra Saunders is intentionally misrepresenting D'Souza's documentary. I was particularly offended that she would compare 2016 to Michael Moore's "Roger and Me." Moore's tripe concerning the regional negative economic impact of General Motors CEO Roger Smith's is nothing in comparison to D'Souza's well documented and research work. D'Souza presents his work as a theory and let's the audience decide. If Saunders could be so far off as to compare 2016 to "Roger and Me" then I would doubt that she saw "Roger and Me" or more likely she never went to 2016! I suspect the later given she is writing for the San Francisco Chronicle.
Moonbat Exterminator Wrote: Sep 02, 2012 1:31 PM
The SF City Council probably passed an ordinance forbidding the screening of that movie in their jurisdiction. It would be all for PR since there are not likely to be six people in the city who would see the movie.

TAMPA, Fla. -- You could say that the film "2016: Obama's America" is the GOP equivalent of Michael Moore's "Roger and Me." The documentary is based on conservative firebrand Dinesh D'Souza's 2010 book, "The Roots of Obama's Rage." As the film's narrator, D'Souza argues that Barack Obama's philosophy is "anti-colonialist," a legacy passed on from his Kenyan father, who left Obama's family when he was 2 years old.
I watched "2016" with the California delegation at the 2012 Republican National Convention on Monday when the confab was delayed because of Hurricane Isaac. And I was surprised to see former...