More and more this election becomes “just get rid of Obama” and not a celebration of candidates. I think the average person who rarely follows politics is getting involved..and does not like what he or she sees..
I remember seeing the movie “W” (2008) in a very very deep blue college town. The audience jeered — I guess they thought the movie was supposed to help them reinforce their decision going in to the polling place — but I felt it was really a more sympathetic movie than I’d anticipated.
More and more this election becomes just get rid of Obama and not a celebration of candidates. I think the average person who rarely follows politics is getting involved..and does not like what he or she sees..
Yes. And I hope the average person later thinks about which party and which portions of the MSN (hint: not Fox) pushed this “man” upon the nation.
If people either vote for Romney or stay home because they want to just get rid of Obama, that works for me.
Combine this movie, the numberous books and the billboards slapping him down and we're looking at an upset country.
The movie has been showing a week in my little podunkville which has suprised me. We saw it midweek and at the early afternoon showing but the audience was about what you'd expect from an evening showing for a moderately popular movie. IMO, it was just ok and I'm afraid much of it will go over many Joe Average voters' heads. But, as long as they understand this usurper doesn't have the good of the country at heart then that's all that matters.