Four years of the Radical Obama Agenda have hurt America. Eight years will devastate it.
In trying to stimulate our economy, he’s destroying it. In attempting to improve health care, he’s ruining it. In seeking to restore our credibility across the world, he’s decimating it.
That is why Citizens United is dedicated to hitting that critical mass of people who supported Obama in 2008 but, after viewing “The Hope and The Change,” will never make the same mistake again. You must make sure that the people in your life who are still undecided know about the film that Sean Hannity called “the most powerful documentary I’ve ever seen!”
“The Hope and The Change” weaves the journeys of 40 Americans from their euphoria at the election of President Obama, to their initial disappointment, through their dismay at his administration’s failures.
The diverse cast encompasses a broad cross-section of America’s racial and socio-economic spectrum. They are registered independents and Democrats, some of whom who have voted with the party their entire lives.
These are the people who will determine the election. They are from the swing states of Colorado, Florida, Iowa, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Virginia, each of which remain in a dead heat with only five days left until Election Day. Their powerful stories really drive home the message of President Obama’s disappointments and failures in a way that will reach those who may still be on the fence about him.
These are people who are concerned about their children’s future, home foreclosures, and how to pay their bills. Meanwhile, they see President Obama going on vacation after vacation, golfing every chance he gets, and yukking it up with the likes of David Letterman, the ladies of The View, and Jon Stewart.
As one woman says in “The Hope and The Change,” “I think the legacy of Barack Obama is going to be that he made a lot of promises, got into office and couldn’t fulfill them.”
Think of the Stimulus Bill the president signed into law. He promised that at this time unemployment would be down to 5.5 percent if Congress passed it. We are at 7.8 percent, and are $800 billion in the hole. So much for “shovel-ready” jobs.
Remember how President Obama won the Nobel Peace Prize? He hadn’t even finished his first year in office. Looking back, in the wake of the Benghazi disaster and with our Middle East policy up in flames, the award looks even more like a sick joke.
As a candidate, President Obama promised to cut the deficit in half by the end of his term. Instead, each year has brought over $1 trillion in new deficit spending. He called President Bush unpatriotic for increasing the debt by $4 trillion over 8 years, but Obama’s increased it $5 trillion in less than 4.
President Obama was supposed to unite the country and heal our divisions. Instead, we are more gridlocked and divided than ever before with Obama pitting classes, genders, and races against each other.
“When I hear the phrase ‘hope and change,’ I definitely think of bait and switch,” says another American featured in “The Hope and The Change.”
Ask yourself, can we go through another four years of this? If you answer is “no,” please share “The Hope and The Change” with everyone you know.