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August 22, 2012

Debuting At The RNC In Tampa: Clitizen United's 'The Hope And The Change'

Topics: Political News and commentaries

Get ready, Team Obama. "The Hope and the Change," the latest project from Citizens United, directed by Stephen K. Bannon, the man behind "The Undefeated," "Generation Zero," and "Occupy Unmasked," will debut next week during the Republican National Convention in Tampa. And this is one partisan project not aimed at its own side. The film directly targets Democrats who may have had enough of the president's "hopey-changey" razzle dazzle.

Here's the trailer to pique your interest:

Breitbart tv reports:

The film is slated for a September release in theaters, and will hit cable up until the election after that.

And it's not kind to Obama.

"The Hope and the Change" is, according to the Daily Beast, "sophisticated and potentially potent effort ... Instead of featuring strident partisan voices such as Morris or Ann Coulter, the cast of 40 is composed entirely of registered Democrats and independents who voted for Obama in 2008. This reflects a political premise shared by Bossie and Stephen K. Bannon, the film's director -- that the 2012 election will be decided by that group of voters in key states whose enthusiasm for Obama has descended toward disillusion."

In this, both Bannon and Bossie are eminently correct. Obama's greatest failure has been with those on his own side, who truly believed in their Hope and Change President. He's fallen short. And Bannon and Bossie are tapping into the angst of former Obama supporters to make that case. They worked with liberal pollster Pat Caddell to design focus groups that would evaluate the ineffectiveness of the president.

The results are nothing less than stunning. And audacious. The opening of the film shows Barack Obama descending from the clouds via plane to the DNC in Denver, to a breathlessly waiting audience. The rest of the film shows how that breathlessness transformed into asphyxia. ...

Posted by Hyscience at August 22, 2012 1:49 PM

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