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Director of Fake Obama Documentary Takes His Lumps

Thursday afternoon I wrote that the upcoming Obama “documentary” was a sham because it wasn’t really documentary at all – it was a campaign commercial posing as a documentary.

Thursday evening, Piers Morgan interviewed the director of the “documentary.” The conversation is pretty good television. All I can say is, “Just as I thought.”

22 Responses to Director of Fake Obama Documentary Takes His Lumps

  1. I thought MrMorgan would break out laughing any second at the silliness of this man’s responses.

    He also nailed him when he asked how much he got paid to produce this whatever-it-is and wondered why he didn’t do it for free.

  2. Give em enough rope… they ALWAYS hang themselves.

    This was hilarious. Now, have Morgan interview Obama’s Bosom Buddy, Hanks!
    Make em all squirm. Do not let up.

  3. Piers Morgan as have never seen him…was that for real?
    Jake Tapper is the one who took this foolery apart.
    He is too good to work for ABC.

  4. So one of the only negatives he could think of was the toxic environment that made Obama’s transformation of our health care system so difficult? Yep, you clueless elitist filmmaker, it was We The People who made up your so-called toxic environment. That is all we are to these leftists. People in flyover country are nothing more than oil spots on the airport tarmac to Obama and his supporters…

  5. Priceless! The guy is obviously so full of Kool-Aid his brain is complete mush. Let’s ask the campaign who paid for this piece of propaganda and how much and see how quickly we get an answer.

  6. A good example of how free individuals are turned into sheep when the propaganda’s apparatus begins to create the “personality cult” of a leader. If Americans wanted to have a firsthand experience in order to understand the things that took place in Germany with Hitler, The Soviet Union with Stalin and most recently in North Korea with the “Great Leader”, “Dear Leader” and so on, this video and his author are the best prove of it if anyone had any doubts of what is going on in the US.

    (From the wiki) A cult of personality arises when an individual uses mass media, propaganda, or other methods, to create an idealized and heroic public image, often through unquestioning flattery and praise. Cults of personality are usually associated with dictatorships. Sociologist Max Weber developed a tripartite classification of authority; the cult of personality holds parallels with what Weber defined as “charismatic authority”. A cult of personality is similar to hero worship, except that it is established by mass media and propaganda.

    • Excellent description of the cult of personality, Jack. Mark Levin turned me on to Eric Hoffer’s book, “The True Believer. Thoughts on The Nature of Mass Movements”. The book was written back in 1951, and it dealt mainly with how these movements originate, but it is striking how similar Hitler was to Obama in attracting true believers…even down to the message of hope and change.

      “All mass movements generate in their adherents a readiness to die and a proclivity for united action; all of them, irrespective of the doctrine they preach and the program they project, breed fanaticism, enthusiasm, fervent hope, hatred and intolerance; all of them are capable of releasing a powerful flow of activity in certain departments of life; all of them demand blind faith and singlehearted allegiance.”

    This guy couldn’t stay in his seat during most of this interview. A couple of times he looked like he was going off camera. Watch it with the sound off is a different interview.

  8. Isnt this the guy who made the documentary about public education and acted like an ‘expert’ but had no contact with public education in real life because he sent his kids to a private school?

    I heard that he did that within the first 10 min of waiting for superman and *click click* – didn’t watch the rest
    -can you say hypocrite?

    now THIS is much more telling re: education

    still so valid today

    here’s a quote-

    “Call me Mr. Gatto, please. Twenty-six years ago, having nothing better to do, I tried my hand at schoolteaching. My license certifies me as an instructor of English language and literature, but that isn’t what I do at all. What I teach is school, and I win awards doing it.

    Teaching means many different things, but six lessons are common to schoolteaching from Harlem to Hollywood. You pay for these lessons in more ways than you can imagine, so you might as well know what they are:

    The first lesson I teach is: “Stay in the class where you belong.” I don’t know who decides that my kids belong there but that’s not my business. The children are numbered so that if any get away they can be returned to the right class. Over the years the variety of ways children are numbered has increased dramatically, until it is hard to see the human being under the burden of the numbers each carries. Numbering children is a big and very profitable business, though what the business is designed to accomplish is elusive. ”

    thanks for posting this Keith-keep fighting the good fight-this blog is an oasis in a sea of nonsense