Sunday, August 26, 2012

2016 the Movie: A "Surprise at the Box Office"

By cracking the top ten and having the highest per-screen average of any movie in the top ten.

This is hardly a surprise if you were one of the ones warning people about Barack Hussein Obama four years ago when he was en route to his "hope and change" immaculation positioned like some kind of god between the Greek columns in Denver with his "soaring" rhetoric brought to us by the TelePrompter. But the simple fact of the matter is that, four years later, most Americans still don't know much about the president who promised to be "the most transparent in history" and they are flocking to the theater to see if they can find out more.

Most people have never read Barry's ghost-written blockbuster hit Dreams from My Father therefore they don't really know what the title means. Dinesh D'Souza spells it out in the trailer promoting the movie:

As anyone who has paid attention the last fours years knows, Barack Obama's dream is the dream of his father, not the dream of our Founding Fathers -- the dream that made this country the greatest on the face of the earth. Obama can keep the dream of his alcoholic, America-hating Communist father from Kenya. We'll keep ours if we vote Obama out of office in November. This movie is a must-see if you are on the fence in this the most important and pivotal presidential election in our lifetimes. If you are undecided when you go in, you can bet you won't be when you leave.

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