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“I Want Your Money” Documentary: Most Prescribed for RP’s Statists and Stupid Education Rightists

September 5, 2010

There’s an eye-opening, revolutionary documentary that’s most recommended for education “rightists” and altruist-statists in the Philippines. This docu-film is titled “I Want Your Money”. The title itself suggests that the film is about a looter, a moocher, or a parasite. Someone wants your money, and you can’t do anything about it because legal and constitutional shackles will be used to turn you into a slave for life. This mooching, looting parasite is none other than your BIG GOVERNMENT. The government has become so powerful and so big that it can now trample upon our inalienable rights. Big Government is the ultimate result of our intellectual bankruptcy, of our refusal to make a moral judgment, and of our refusal to think. My most controversial blog reveals what most people want in these parts. They want “something” yet they refuse or omit to name the system upon which “it” is based: Socialism.

“We cannot be certain what this term- “socialism”- really means-” this is perhaps the argument of some nihilist, skeptic people in this country. The problem is they don’t know that this same mentality is what brought Socialism to the nihilist, non-thinking, skeptic people of Soviet Russia, Maoist China, North Korea, and all statist-collectivist slave pens on earth.

So what’s the docu-film all about? Here’s a brief info from the film’s website:

Two versions of the American dream now stand in sharp contrast. One views the money you earned as yours and best allocated by you. It champions the traditional American dream, which has played out millions of times through generations of Americans, of improving one’s lot in life and the entrepreneurial spirit of daring to dream and to build big. The other believes that the federal government, using taxpayers’ money, should play a major role in leveling out the nation’s wealth to guarantee outcomes to all, regardless of effort. How America chooses between these two views of the role of government, at this crucial juncture, will have everything to do with the future we and our children and our children’s children will enjoy.

President Barack Obama clearly believes in the larger government view. In his Inaugural Address, he said, “Now there are some who question the scale of our ambitions – who suggest our system cannot tolerate big plans…The question we ask today is not whether our government is too big or too small, but whether it works—whether it helps families find jobs at a decent wage, care they can afford, a retirement that is dignified.” With a federal deficit of nearly one and a half trillion dollars for 2009 and deficit projections of not less than a half a trillion dollars over the next ten years, the question of whether government is too big or too small is very relevant, even vital to the future of the nation.

Join filmmaker Ray Griggs in this documentary film I Want Your Money as he contrasts the two paths the United States can take using the words and actions of Barack Obama and Ronald Reagan. The film uses interviews from well-known public figures, experts, movie clips, dramatic portrayals, music, graphics and even comedic animation to tell the story in the plainest terms of the choice between the Obama and the Reagan views of the role of the federal government in our society. It also examines how these big government programs have been tried in the past at great moral and financial cost to the nation. California is offered as a case-in-point in understanding what economic challenges might face the nation, if we choose the larger government path. Finally, I Want Your Money is a call to action for those who care about the future of the United States.

“I Want Your Money” will hit theaters in America on October 15, a few days before the superpower’s mid-term elections that would render Obama the lamest of all ducks!

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