This movie is not biased tward the left or right of the political spectrum, it simply is the truth
about the level of debt this nation is in, and the economic crisis we as a people face. While most Americans prefer not to concentrate on facts and figures, this movie makes a compelling arguement for not only becoming politically active and demanding more fiscal responsibility of your elected leaders, but for every American to take some fiscal responsibility of thier own. Stop treating your homes like piggy banks and treat them like homes, spend money that you have, not credit, and save some cash in the bank. Its basic Economics 101, "There is no such thing as a freelunch."
The worst part about this movie is that I saw it on Friday, August 29th, in a huge theater with only about twenty people in total, while the prior night 80,000 people jam packed a football stadium to here Barack Obama give a Speech with 29 lines of promises and 2 lines about how he will pay for those promises.
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