Thursday, August 30, 2012

Robert Avrech talks about 2016 on the Fox Network

Screenwriter and political conservative, Robert Avrech, discusses his interview with Stuart Varney on Dinesh D’Sousa’s surprisingly (maybe not so surprisingly) popular anti-Obama documentary.
I described the feeling of electricity in the air, the manner in which the audience connected with the film on a deep, emotional level and, of course, the standing ovation at the end of the movie.

Stuart asked me whether this wasn’t unusual for a political documentary. I affirmed that it was, especially for a film that has been ignored or treated with scorn by the mainstream media. I mentioned that at some screenings, the audience spontaneously breaks into “G-d Bless America” because Dinesh D’Sousa’s movie is not so much anti-Obama — it’s a deeply nuanced psycho-political portrait — as an affirmation of America’s exceptionalism, a designation President Obama’s policies are designed to erase.


RebeccaH said...

I keep reading all these polls that say the election will be close, or that Obama will win, and yet I can't forget all the crowds that have shown up for things like this movie, and the humungous support people gave to Chik-Fil-A. Are we really outnumbered by the identity groups? I don't think so.

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