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See the movie Obama doesn't want you to see
Posted By -NO AUTHOR- On 07/23/2009 @ 12:00 am In Front Page | Comments Disabled
WASHINGTON – WND Editor Joseph Farah has produced the first major DVD documentary on the critical issues surrounding the constitutional eligibility of Barack Obama to serve as president – but it wasn’t easy.
In fact, during the course of shooting and editing “A Question of Eligibility,” the award-winning filmmaking team, including veterans of many controversial movie projects, made the unusual request to keep its identity secret for fear of retribution from the administration.
“That’s how hot this topic is,” said Farah. “That’s how hot this movie is.”
“A Question of Eligibility” is expected to ship to customers on Aug. 4, the date Obama claims as his 48th birthday. Preorders are being accepted exclusively at the WND Superstore.
“I guess you could say it’s a special birthday surprise for Obama,” said Farah. “But, honestly, I don’t think he’ll like it. In fact, I believe the facts revealed in this documentary keep Obama awake at night. This eligibility issue is the only issue that threatens not only the future of his presidency, but almost everything he thinks he has already accomplished as president.”
In “A Question of Eligibility,” Farah chose four key presenters to bring the issue home – WND senior staff writer Jerome Corsi, the No. 1 New York Times bestselling author of “The Obama Nation”; Orly Taitz, one of the most visible attorneys involved in filing lawsuits challenging Obama to produce proof of his qualifications for office; Alan Keyes, a participant in one of those lawsuits, a presidential candidate himself, and the Republican candidate who opposed Obama in his successful bid to become a U.S. senator, the job that brought him to national attention; and Janet Porter, an activist and pundit who writes a weekly column for WND.
“What we have produced here is a compelling and shocking documentary that will appeal both to those already steeped in the details of the eligibility story and those who need a video introduction to the major issues,” said Farah.
It’s a fast-moving, original work shot entirely in Washington, D.C., and based on the voluminous investigative work of the news agency that has spent more time and money on the story than all other news media combined – the WND news team, said Farah.
“I’m hoping people will purchase a copy for themselves and pass it around to their friends – devotees of the issue and skeptics alike,” said Farah. “I’m hoping people will share it in their living rooms, at tea party planning sessions and especially with their members of Congress – so officials in Washington can see firsthand that they’ve been sold a bill of goods about Obama’s qualifications.”
Farah says sooner or later the truth will come out on Obama’s failure to prove his eligibility and maybe even his inability to prove it.
“Obama is choreographing a top-down revolution in America – one from which it may take generations to extricate ourselves,” says Farah. “It will be a shame if we learn he was ineligible to serve in the office of president only after he’s gone. If we can force the issue to be addressed while he is still in office, we have a chance of turning back the clock on many of the destructive actions he has taken already. If he’s not able to prove his constitutional qualifications, we might all be able to wake up one day and think of the Obama administration as just a bad dream.”
The brand-new WND FILMS videodocumentary “A Question Of Eligibility: Is Obama’s Presidency Constitutionally Legitimate?” is available for pre-sale now, for delivery on Barack Obama’s birthday, Aug. 4.
Have you scored any of the bestselling postcards in America today? It’s not too late to send one to Obama for his birthday. It’s a shot of the White House lawn with one of WND’s “Where’s the birth certificate?” yard signs photo-shopped in.
Don’t forget to support Farah’s national billboard campaign that is going over the heads of the media and taking the eligibility issue to Americans across the country by asking simply and directly: “Where’s the birth certificate?”
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