The wingers are clicking their heels this morning, as the documentary 2016: Obama’s America, based on the widely condemned works of pretend scholar troll Dinesh D’Souza, hit number 8 at the weekend box office! With total a haul of 9 million dollars, it is now the “#1 all-time biggest-grossing conservative political documentary,” which is… it’s quite a thing. And to think that your Wonkette sneered at such a dynamic work six months ago: shame on us. What is this movie like? We just watched the trailer and, sorry to be predictable here, but yeah, it looks racist.

The trailer follows D’Souza’s theory that President Obama is motivated solely by his anti-colonial bitterness against the British officers who oppressed Kenya. That is definitely what we see when the administration suggests pegging Social Security cost of living adjustments to chained CPI instead of standard CPI, for example. Kenya. Anger. Ethnic music.

The most “fun” part of the trailer comes when a group of black people playing Monopoly start screaming at each other and knocking houses over.

It’s a hit!


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  • Not_So_Much

    Does the Monoply game scene showing Bamz eating the dog game piece? Because, HAW HAW HAW! He's a Blah furriner, amiright?

    • Preferred Customer

      I've tried to put the dog game piece on top of the car game piece, and it just won't stay.

      • Generation[redacted]

        Mitt, we're not letting you play banker anymore.

        • CthuNHu

          Nominated for new Obama campaign slogan.

  • metamarcisf

    "D’Souza is to Fellini as a trip to the mall is to a flight to the moon " – Gene Siskal

  • punkneverdies

    So did America decide somewhere along the way that colonialism is awesome or what?

    • thatsitfortheother1

      The same time they put capitalism in the Constitution as our religion. Or something.

    • They had to look it up, (the ones who could read, anyway), first.

    • SigDeFlyinMonky

      Shure did, about 1898. Ask Aguinaldo!

      • punkneverdies

        Honestly the trumped up excuse to invade Cuba seems kinda familiar.

    • WIDTAP

      You bet. That's how we got Hawaii –and we come full circle.

    • Tundra Grifter

      pnd: Teasing the right wing nutz over on Amazon (see the reviews and comments for "The Amateur") I ask that question. They quote "neo-colonial" or somesuch term as if it actually had meaning.

      So far, no one has been able to explain it. "Anti-colonial?" That's a bad thing here in the US of A?

      • punkneverdies

        It seems to be the level of discourse at this point, if "liberals" or "intellectual elites" say something, then it must be wrong and there is no common ground.

    • redarmyzombie

      Yes, because White People.

      This of course excludes Ottoman, Japanese, and Chinese colonialism, which was evil due to the aforementioned reason above.

  • PuckStopsHere

    It's good to know the People of Walmart had something to do this weekend.

    • I bet the theater staffers had to hose down those theaters like hog stalls.

  • sbj1964

    I bet those snobs at the Academy Awards will hate it like a Steven Spielberg movie.

  • LibertyLover

    Are Republicans even permitted to have theories? I mean, theories are scientific and as we all know, Republicans tend to be science-challenged.

    • BigSkullF*ckingDog

      Theories are just wacky ideas the someone once pulled out of their butt, like "evolution". So this fits right in with their definition of a theory.

      • SorosBot

        Theory is certainly far from proven fact, which is found in an old book written by dozens of unknown authors written over hundreds of years, assembled and reedited by committee many times, which contradicts itself and empirical evidence over and over again.

        • So you've read The Joy Of Cooking?

        • Bezoar

          And don't forget all the shit they just made up and added in while copying it by hand, because it sounded good, right?

  • SorosBot

    But Dinesh D'Souza has a foreign-sounding name; that means he can't be a racist, just like Michelle "put all the Arabs in concentration camps!" Malkin.

    • Willardbot9000_V2.5

      I have a theory about people like Dinesh D'Souza and Malkin; their racism seems to be…counterintuitive given their skin color. There was a comedian, I can't remember who but he was talking about going to a party where some gang bangers were chillin'. Every one of them was black except for this one white dude, and that one white dude is the one you don't fuck with because in order to get into a gang like the Folks or the Crips he'd have to be the craziest motherfucker of them all. This is why Douche D'doucha and Malkunt are the way they are, in order to hang out with a bunch of WASPy racists they have to be more racist and crazier than the rest. That explains this bullshit and Malkunt saying "internment worked out well with those filthy Asians (of which I am totally not one), lets do it to the Arabs now!", etc. Disturbing…

    • Tundra Grifter

      Michelle Manikin thinks it was a good thing the Japanese-American citizens were interred during World War II.

      In camps – not in the ground.

  • Goonemeritus

    That settles it I will be cashing in my 401k and buying a Brownie Super 8 so I can cash in on some of those sweet hatred dollars.

  • I love that Dinesh is projecting his own issues onto "Real America."

  • Schmannnity

    Inched out by a bike messenger movie. Clearly, America sleeps.

    • SavageDrummer

      The free market has spoken… Joseph Gordon-Levitt for President!

      • Previews inform me that he is simply Bruce Willis in a time loop. (Although the makeup for such makes him look like Keanu Reeves.)

    • Lascauxcaveman

      Haha. I love bikes, and that thing looks bloody awful.

      I've got it in my Netflix queue already.

  • SorosBot

    What's really weird about this is the assumption that anti-colonialism is somehow a bad thing; I thought the civilized world realized decades ago that colonialism was awful and one of the great crimes of Europe and the US, but no, apparently some dickwads still think it was perfectly good and opposing the violent oppression of native peoples was wrong for some reason.

    • Goonemeritus

      Clearly our Founding Fathers would have never stomached any anti-colonial sentiment.

    • Bezoar

      White-on-white colonialism = bad; white-on-blah colonialism = burdensome civilizing duty, etc.

      • Willardbot9000_V2.5

        Yes, go and take up "the White Man's Burden", etc…fuck you, Kipling.

    • Lascauxcaveman

      Well, I'm not anti-colonial. What do you take me for, a Cylon?

    • Swampgas_Man

      Hey, D'Souza still thinks slavery was a Good Thing.

    • Willardbot9000_V2.5

      Yes, that's the part I can't really understand…but I think the anti-colonial thing is just a can of worms of dog whistles. First off, according to racist right wingers (redundancy) it means Obama hates everything the West stands for as a result. He hates Capitalism which drove a lot of the colonialism, he hates Christianity because churches often sent missions into and established bullshit churches in the colonies. He hates white people because well…can't get whiter than the British. Finally, he hates science because…well, uh….never mind, wingers don't include that one in the equation. Capitalism, Christianity, white people…my fucking god I can't believe they associate white Americans like me with fucking colonialism those vile, fat, ignorant, scooter riding r$tarded fuckers! I hate colonialism more than Bamz or his father ever could be accused of…explain that one, Douche D'doucha.

    • Yes, Enlightened White Europe thought their past Colonialism was so awful that they refused to keep an iron grip on African natural resources, and would never think of inventing the World Bank and IMF and scores of NGOs to beat browns and blacks over the head with post-Colonial dependency.

      • BoroPrimorac

        It's because blacks can't be trusted to run their own affairs. I learned that from reading conservative intellectuals like D'Souza.

    • Tundra Grifter

      There's an interesting theory in "The Japanese Art of War" that after the West forcibly opened trade with that nation, it looked at the way we did things and said "OK – Empire it is."

      For the next hundred years Japan built an Empire with colonies and all the rest. Following the Western model. And that, kids, is how we came to fight WW II in the Pacific…

  • noodlesalad

    To be fair, in Dinesh's version of Stand Your Monopoly, you can opt to shoot the other players who land on your property and take their money, so long as they're one of the "undesirable" pieces (old shoe, dog, iron) and not one of the more "American" ones (battleship, top hat, race car).

  • IonaTrailer

    This will lack snark, but reading some of the comments people are making on FB posts about whether you'll vote for Barry or not, are really depressing. We have a lot of work to do folks, the kool-aide factories are working over-time.

    • Bezoar

      And I tell you, the work to be done is to achieve general recognition of my 'Two Species" interpretation of the human race.

      • You know who else puts the human beings they don't like into "separate species"?

  • Terry

    "The trailer follows D’Souza’s theory that President Obama is motivated solely by his anti-colonial bitterness against the British officers who oppressed Kenya. "

    Wouldn't he more likely be nursing anti-colonial bitterness over the way Americans treated Hawaiian Natives?

    Didn't Barry only meet his deadbeat father the one time?

    That trailer is a frickin dog whistle.

    • Schmannnity

      On his mother's side, the way Americans treated the Kansa, Kiowa,and Osage.

    • Now now, Obama was two when Kenya was officially given its independence, but Hawaii had been a state for almost four years. So Kenya's colonialism was far more recent and relevant to a two year old than Hawaii's history of oppression, including the intraisland stuff that went on.

      After all, he suffered under British colonialism….actually, never!

      • Schmannnity

        Facts R tricky.

  • LibertyLover

    $9 million? That's a lot of Bama hate. Unless, of course, theaters were bought out and tickets were given away for "free" to Republican donors, like they do their conservative books.

    • SnarkOff

      Easy: Each theatergoer had to buy two tickets to accommodate his Hoverround.

      • Bezoar

        "Enclosed please find two tickets to tonight's performance of my play; bring a friend, if you can find one."

        "Sorry, I can't make it tonight, but I'll be at tomrrow's performance; if there is one."

        (Supposedly G.B. Shaw vs. Winston Churchill, probably apocryphal, but funny.)

    • Tundra Grifter


      $9M is the "cum" – since it opened several weeks ago. Another $100M or so and it will catch up to Michael Moore's 2004 documentary.

      Last Friday night it sold $2.2M in 1,091 theaters. At an average price of $7.50 a pop, fewer than 270 people saw it.

      • CthuNHu

        Last Friday night it sold $2.2M in 1,091 theaters. At an average price of $7.50 a pop, fewer than 270 people saw it.

        I wish.

        Last Friday night it sold $2.2M in 1,091 theaters. At an average price of $7.50 a pop, fewer than 270 people saw it per theater.


  • Just to put it into perspective. The documentary Fahrenheit 911, made by the contarded's most hated fat man, made $222 MILLION worldwide.

    So, how about making that 9 million, eh?

    • ChernobylSoup

      I start a graduate course in Public Finance this evening. On the syllabus for tonight: viewing of Michael Moore's Roger and Me. I think I'm going to like the professor.

    • SexySmurf

      And it helped John Kerry win the election…in New Hampshire. Obama 2016 should be enough to give Romney the edge in a couple of counties in North Dakota.

    • Listen, if it grossed $9million, that means it netted $8,999,999!

      • Tundra Grifter

        Son, movies never net a dime. That's the first rule of Hollywood accounting.

        Professionals take their points "above the line." If you are offered a cut of the net, you are being taken for a fish. And you will be took.

    • Tundra Grifter

      I don't think "2016" is going to have big ticket sales overseas.

    • CthuNHu

      When you are a highly educated and respected conservative historian and intellectual and documentary filmmaker, and your magnum opus makes 1/23rd as much money as a left-wing pseudo-quasi-documentary that was a shocker mostly because of how it sucked so vastly beyond anyone's expectations, you are the equivalent of Spielberg, Hitchcock, Coppola, Riefenstahl and D. W. Griffith all rolled into one. Plus Madison (James, not Dolly or Billy), Paine (except the atheist bits) and Hamilton.

  • BZ1

    They shelve the film about Osama's kill, and allow this hit-piece to go out in an election year?? WTF!!

    • bobbert

      Something something Republican.

  • LOL, as if 24 hours a day of swastika radio and Fox News wasn't enough, now they have to make time to squeeze another hour and a half of dumb and outrage.

    • Have to do something in between NASCAR and wrestling.

      • Jimmyone

        I can understand them wanting to watch wrestling…all the sweat…the butts…the wild eyed audience…but NASCAR?? They always turn left…don't the republicans get it?

      • Willardbot9000_V2.5

        I thought that time was reserved for sex with sister-wives and rent boys…or goats if neither is available. Boy youze need ta' be learned up on yer consoyvative Southernz!

  • ChernobylSoup

    This is why I only play the Star Wars edition of Monopoly.

    • LibertyLover

      Does that come with tiny light sabers?

  • “#1 all-time biggest-grossing conservative political documentary"

    And still out-grossed "An American Carol"…

    I'm sure it's grossing. I know the thought of D'Souza being taken seriously by anyone grosses me out.

    • Even "Man Getting Hit By Football In the Groin" outgrossed An American Carol.

      • SorosBot

        And it won George C .Scott an Academy Award!

        • Lascauxcaveman

          "It works on so many levels!"

      • And that was free on YouTube!

      • docteur_giraud

        Go 'way. 'Baitin'!

  • Beowoof

    More lying bullshit about the black guy, wow something (not) different from the republicans. The stupidity Americans are willing to believe constantly amazes me. Even the most cursory understanding of history and economics should tell you that the republican plan is screw you.

    • IonaTrailer

      No kidding. I'm getting a headache from the stupidity. I might have to lock myself in the quiet room until November.

  • joshleefolsom

    I thought you were kidding about the monoply. Oh my, you weren't … hilarious!

  • Estproph

    2016: Obama's America – the only film documentary to be created entirely in crayon.

  • The irony here is that if the people who attended this movie saw D'Souza on the street, they'd tell him to go back to Mexico.

    • One_who_wanders

      If he was lucky.

  • prommie

    "Conservative intellectual" is basically synonymous with "Special Olympian," Dinesh here is exhibit A as far as the proof of this proposition. And where does this dude get off (1) accusing anyone of not being "american" and not sharing our "heritage and cultural values," and (2) accusing anyone of having some kind of rage-fueled agenda? Brown is calling the brown brown here.

    • Hey now. Special Olympics folks have talent, the Conservative Intellacktuel (sic) does not.

    • SorosBot

      Now, conservative "intellectuals" are good at using big words, referencing actual intellectuals along with fellow pseudo-intellects, and basically sounding smart to dumb people.

  • Poindexter718

    Crafty Bams, waiting for his second term to begin implementing his dismantling of colonialism.
    Clearly he is toying with us.

    • GunToting[Redacted]

      Don't forget, that's when he's coming for our guns, too!

  • Misty Malarky

    Dinesh D’Souza?!?
    What – he's some kind of march writin' Frenchy Arab or something?!?

    • Lascauxcaveman

      Sounds like some kind of awful French-Indian fusion dish.

    • I can imagine him writing some pretty trippy Bollywood marching band routines, I tell you what. With actual elephants instead of trumpets.

  • RadioBowels

    For some reason it didn't do so well in Guam, the Marianas, Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands and Samoa.

  • anniegetyerfun

    Hello, Americans! I'm Dinesh D'Souza, and I was born in Mumbai! Let me tell you, those colored folks overseas really hate the fuck out of your country! It's true. Let me make a living telling you about how all the foreign coloreds can't wait to take your country apart.

    And you can trust me, because I'm sort of one of them, except Catholic.

    • AbandonHope_

      Does Dinesh regularly apologize for Gandhi and wish that a British Raj still controlled India? Because that sounds right in character for him.

  • VespulaMaculata

    While Sarah Palin cries, "so why didn't they go to my movie…?"

    • Schmannnity

      "Game Change?" I've seen it 3 times.

  • philpjfry

    Somebody just shoot me now! I can't take all the stupid fucking racist, bigoted, selfish, uncaring, I want mine and the rest be damnd, attitude anymore. I am thinking of moving to Scotland.

    • LibertyLover

      Paging Dick Cheney! philpjfry is asking to be shot in the face!

    • anniegetyerfun

      There MUST be some stupid people in Scotland, right? I can never tell, because I can't understand what they are saying, and it's so cute.

      • eggsacklywright

        Aye, lassie, ye canna hae the unnerstandin, dew? There be Tories aboot.

        And what about the Welsh, hoarding all those consonants?

        • anniegetyerfun

          One of my friends was attending school in Wales until recently, and all of her Facebook statuses would turn up with geotags like “Near Wyknghlawwwr.” She would assure me that there was a way to pronounce it out loud, using a human mouth, but I'm still suspicious.

    • IonaTrailer

      Take me with you.

      Or maybe an apartment in Costa Rica?

      • philpjfry

        Costa Rica is nice

    • Lascauxcaveman

      Scotland is a bit stabby this time of year.

  • SexySmurf

    In related news, the The Expendables 2 topped the box office for the second week in a row. It has gun-toting old people doing vaguely homoerotic things with Chuck Norris; it's the #1 all-time biggest-grossing conservative porno.

    • Serolf_Divad

      To reiterate: this conservative "blockbuster" opened eight places below "The Expendables – Part Deux."

    • eggsacklywright

      Saw the trailer, a completely laughable cliche-fest in macho sauce.

    • Generation[redacted]

      I saw the first one, but couldn't get past the fact that Sly Stallone and company infiltrated a third world country by pretending to be bird waters. Dogs of War was a great movie, and didn't deserve this treatment.

  • Newell's post title uses "rage" — a far from impotent word for me, as I checked a review of the film I learn d'Souza has a book out, The Roots of Obama's Rage. This would be hilarious even to the untrained eye if it wasn't so pernicious a mischaracterization.

    "Our President is trapped in his father's time machine. Incredibly, the U.S. is being ruled according to the dreams of a Luo tribesman of the 1950s. This philandering, inebriated African socialist, who raged against the world for denying him the realization of his anticolonial ambitions, is now setting the nation's agenda through the reincarnation of his dreams in his son. The son makes it happen, but he candidly admits he is only living out his father's dream. The invisible father provides the inspiration, and the son dutifully gets the job done. America today is governed by a ghost. — "Dinesh D'Souza, quoted in film review, Philadelphia Inquirer online**

    If that's not conjuring up fap fiction to play to an 'inebriated, philandering" crowd raging an imagined assault on their liberties, & effectively denying the realization of their homophobic-driven ambitions — give Dinesh a gold star anyway; for he sure seems to be trying.
    ** sourced

    • One_who_wanders

      d'Souza be smoking some good stuff.

    • That's funny — did President Obama show this rage by, say, invading the same country his daddy invaded in order to get the job done right and show him up and finally get out from under his shadow? Because that would be indicative of some daddy issues right there.

      • Lascauxcaveman

        Well, you're just not approaching this from the proper angle:
        Invading Iraq = colonialism = good.

        Now try to pay attention.

    • Biel_ze_Bubba

      I actually watched this horror show. The rest of the audience consisted of six pasty white fat guys, so the big bucks must be coming in from Texarkansassippi and Oklazona.

      Yes, Obama has, for some reason, dedicated his life to fulfilling the anti-colonial dreams of his father (you know — the guy he met once.) This explains why he's pro-Islamist (the drone attacks must be feints, which the Taliban are OK with), and hates Israel (again, all the obvious support for Israel must be fake, so nobody suspects), and will unilaterally throw all of our nuclear warheads away (proof is in the SALT agreements, which clearly show the trend toward zero nukes, while everybody else –including Iran– will obviously keep or expand their arsenals.)

      Every leftie who ever got within conversational distance of Obama is one of "Obama's founding fathers". (Yes, that includes Bill Ayers and Rev. Wright.) Every economic indicator begins its life in 2008, Bush the Dumber never existed, and … well, you get the idea.

      Dinesh started out as one of those annoying college campus conservatives ("of course we're sophomoric — we're sophomores!") and his critical thinking skills haven't improved one iota since then. The flick is laughably bad, if you don't mind illogic and inconsistencies and flat-out idiocy that make your head hurt. You stop snorting about 1/3 of the way into it, spend the next 1/3 wanting to throw things at the screen, and the final 1/3 wanting to beat D'Souza with a baseball bat while screaming true things at him, in the faint hope of making an impression.

      I give it an "F" for "Fail. The true believers will suck it up, maybe, but any rational person hoping to learn something will likely conclude that the Obama-bashers are fucking nuts. Even the fat white guys walked out looking at each other with "WTF??" written all over their faces.

    • sewollef

      [snark off]
      "Our President is trapped in his father's time machine. Incredibly, the U.S. is being ruled according to the dreams of a Luo tribesman of the 1950s…."

      This oozes bigotry, pure and simple.

      This is why I would never make a good politician, because you have to allow this fucking racist drivel to take the place of an exchange of ideas and a discussion on the merits of a policy.

      Look, President Obama has not lived up to my expectations, nor I suspect many Wonketteers, and he's been far too cozy with the Goldman Sachs of this world, but that said, in the face of obstructionism at every turn from the GOP in congress; the birther outrage; the overtly racist attacks on him, his wife and even his kids would be too tough for me to take and not fire back [figuratively, but with venom].

  • AddHomonym

    "We approve!"
    – Elizabeth Regina

  • fawkedifiknow

    Show me one audience member of this movie whose beliefs about Obama were changed after seeing it, and I''ll show you someone way too fucking dumb to vote in the first place.

    • viennawoods13

      They're selling the Kool Aid at the concession booth, along with the giant tub o' popcorn with extra "buttery" topping.

    • Steverino247

      Too fucking dumb to breathe.

  • UnholyMoses

    Fuck Monopoly — D'Douchea sucks at Life …

    • Tundra Grifter


    • Tundra Grifter

      No Clue.

  • ingloriousbytch

    “#1 all-time biggest-grossing conservative political documentary,”

    Which is pretty much the equivalent of being the meth addict who's lost the fewest teeth.

    • Serolf_Divad

      Hint: she can see Russia from her porch.

    • sewollef

      D'Souza's documentary is just barely on the same level as Triumph of The Will.

      Although, I personally believe Leni Riefenstahl's directing to be much better than the content, despite her being a Nazi Party apologist.

  • I've got some Ethan Allan colonial-style furniture that's going into the freedom bonfire tonight.

  • BoroPrimorac

    The real title of this documentary is: "Obama will kill your white ass and hand over your money to the negros."

    • oenspiek

      …. and not a minute too soon!

  • Here's something that ought to make you puke.
    D'Souza dated Laura Ingraham AND Anne Coulter!

    • FNMA

      So, he's a bottom?

    • So he's bi?

    • mookwrthwilson

      So he's into dudes?

    • Sacanagem

      All of 'em, Katie!

    • dmnolan

      At the same time? Was Tammy Bruce (!) in on it?

  • I sat through 2 hours of this movie waiting for the end of the world special effects – especially that tidal wave over Mt. Everest.

    Instead the whole thing was about some black guy becoming president and wrecking everything. Like that would ever happen!

    • Biel_ze_Bubba

      The closest they came was the doomsday drumming and thrumming behind Obama promising "change has come to America."

    • Lascauxcaveman

      It was certainly no Mega Shark.

  • So tea-baggers are for British colonialism now? This is what happens when a large percentage of Americans lack the irony gene, also critical thinking skills.

  • fredbell

    Huh?…Black people play Monopoly?….

    • anniegetyerfun

      Oh, sure, there's a special Urban Version where they can take away white people's guns and women, and also get free health care all the time for no reason.

    • Generation[redacted]

      From what I gather in the movie trailer, that's what caused property values to drop and made monopoly money worthless.

    • GunToting[Redacted]

      The game pieces include a T-bone steak and a Cadillac.

  • Would appear that Dinesh is pleased to be the vehicle for the Pachyderms gathering in Tampax this week. He is so much like Ganesha's vahana, the rat.

  • Serolf_Divad

    Wait, didn't right-wing hero Mel Gibson hate the British in The Patriot?

    I'm confused. So when is it OK to hate the British, again?

    • No no, he didn't hate the British. He hated Heath Ledger for *forcing* the Brits to shoot his other son in cold blood self-defense and thought to teach him a lesson by making him join the losing side.

    • SorosBot

      And in Braveheart, and in real life – though not as much as he hates the Jews.

      • viennawoods13

        I hate the way that Gibson distorted history in both those films. I used to think he was great, in Gallipoli and Maverick especially, and now, well, what a fuckwad he turned out to be.
        ps. How does one do italics? I'm tired of not italicizing film and novel titles.

        • GunToting[Redacted]

          "like this"

          < i > words < / i > but without the spaces

        • Biel_ze_Bubba

          If you enter text ❮i❯like this❮/i❯, it gets displayed like this.

          ❮b❯ gives you bold, ❮u❯ gives you underline, ❮strike❯ gives you strike-through.

  • ChernobylSoup

    Sorry about deleting that. Several others made similar observations, so I felt like I was beating Paul Revere's dead horse.

    • metamarcisf

      This user has been deleted by the comment.

      • Swampgas_Man

        This deletion has been used by the commentariat.

        • Willardbot9000_V2.5

          The central committee has demanded this user be deleted….

          • Lascauxcaveman

            Comment. Delete. Rinse. Repeat.

          • GunToting[Redacted]

            In Obama's 2016 America, comment deletes you!

          • LibertyLover

            No comment.

  • SoBeach

    The fact that Obama has done absolutely nothing in four years to push the agenda this movie claims he has is only proof of the agenda. He's just waiting to be re-elected, see, THEN he'll start doing all the things we were told he was going to do in 2009. Derp.

    • Ducksworthy

      Christ, I hope so.

    • Biel_ze_Bubba

      Even Vlad Putin is waiting for the re-election, so he and Bamz can get down to unilaterally disarming the US. (Although he'll be disappoined when we hand over control to the UN.)

  • TootsStansbury

    When are they going to re-release 'Birth of a Nation'?

    • viennawoods13

      This spring I showed my students a few minutes of that epic when we were looking at American popular culture- they were shocked and stunned by the degree of racism. We couldn't bear to watch any more than that.

  • Based on the best seller The Protocols of the Elders of Moron.

  • I discovered using the googly thing to find out that Dinesh D'souza was apparenty born in Goa, in Western India, and so were his parents. I therefore hypothesize that all of his bizarre polemics are themselves a projection of his own anti-colonial hatred of the British, which seems just as likely and based on actual evidence.

    • Sacanagem

      What's more, this likely means he's an Indian dude who speaks Portuguese. Layers upon layers of fucked-up post-colonial psych issues…

      • viennawoods13

        Even more likely, he's – gasp- mixed race! Which makes it even more likely that he's projecting his own problems onto Obama.

  • Wadisay

    D'Souza's next film will be about the party rally: "Triumph of the Willard."

  • poorgradstudent

    Dinesh D'Souza is just really damn lucky there are people out there who consider him an intellectual just because he uses footnotes. And endnotes, also, too!

  • GeorgiaBurning

    I'm waiting for the YouTube version- will it have kittens?

    • Tundra Grifter

      Honey Badger don't care.

  • prommie

    This will certainly encourage that growing segment who have decided that if Obama wins this election, it will be necessary to wage violent revolution to save the country.

  • dmnolan

    Dinesh proves the eclecticness of their world viewpoint.

  • mr bojangles

    obama a 3 term president?!?!? kool!!!

  • mindo99

    The scene with the blacks playing Monopoly ending up in jail and then fighting may be one of the ugliest scenes I've ever seen in a general release movie trailer. What racist claptrap!

    • Generation[redacted]

      Sure was depressing. That's why they balanced it out with uplifting footage of white people holding a candlelight vigil, singing We Will Overcome.

  • SorosBot

    Or we could, you know, avoid using racist insults against anybody, including vile right-wing douchebags, since that's actually insulting everybody of their race and not just that one particular douche.

    • elviouslyqueer

      Agreed. Was in poor taste. Sorry, SB.

  • ph7

    Take home message: Elect Romney, he'll send the blacks directly to jail.

  • OneYieldRegular

    D'Souza is reviled even among conservative intellectuals. When you've reached a point where your only intellectual peer is someone like Jerome Corsi, you've arrived at a quite special circle of hell.

  • This D'Souza guy has been going downhill ever since he composed "Stars and Stripes Forever".

    • Steverino247

      Where's that giant foot to crush him like when they play 'The LIberty Bell March?"

      • The invisible foot of humanism?

  • Generation[redacted]

    Those black people weren't fighting with each other, they were fed up with the game because it's a stupid no-strategy roll of the dice where you only win by landing on the right street and everything else is just watching the other players slide into debt and bankruptcy waiting for a long drawn out foregone conclusion.

    • HistoriCat

      Makes it a lot more realistic than Life as the game of life. Your description is damned perfect.

  • orygoon

    It's like the blahs done put together their own Klan, wtf?

  • lulzmonger

    That's funny – I didn't know a mere 30 pieces of silver could be worth $9 million!

    "Pimp utter horseshit for a bunch of people who'd just as soon watch me twist on the end of a rope for shits & giggles? Sounds awesome! How much does it pay?"

    Someone's bionic kneepads are showing.

  • DahBoner

    'Dinesh' is just his stage name.

    His real name is Billy Joe "Bubba"…

  • randcoolcatdaddy

    Mitt gained a better understanding of our British colonial overlords after he heard all of them calling him a twit.

  • Willardbot9000_V2.5

    I've seen the trailer for this piece of shit 'documentary' before and every inch of it is bullshit. First off, it uncorks the mother of all winger consipiracies (sorry Newell, this one beats that asshole by miles) of "Obama is anti-colonial" because it gives them the best bang for their buck. Essentially they can blithely say this means Obama hates white people, capitalism, christianity and America (which came into founding as a colony) in that order of importance. Next off, it references DEBT yet it's the GOP who've done little more than explode the debt for 4 decades with their bullshit tax cuts for the rich. It makes me want to get head punch on Douche D'doucha and also it touts as the producer "one of the producers of Shindler's List!" for extra douchery as well. In other words, this fucking bullshit 'film' is the mother of all dog whistles; it's the modern equivolent of "Birth of a Nation" both in how it blames Obama for EVERYTHING and trumpets the courageous pasty white men who will fix this country keepin' "those people" from power forever…

  • BarackMyWorld

    Mitt Romney's dad was from Mexico, so I suspect D'Souza thinks Mitt probably drinks tequila and drives a lowrider.

  • SirHotspur

    9 million dollars @ 8.00/ticket = 1,125,000 racists.

  • pdiddycornchips

    I have it on good authority that when he was at Dartmouth, the privileged assholes used to call him Mowgli. He would smile and nod his head. He was an ass kissing douche then and he hasn't changed one bit. The phrase, kiss up, kick down was invented for this guy.

  • I can only watch this garbage with the sound off, so am I right in concluding:

    – Obama did 9/11?
    – Obama is a vampire who was buried in Kenya and has now risen to wreak his vengeance on the West?
    – Black people sit around playing Monopoly until their boiling anger over financial oppression causes them to erupt with rage (True, I'm finta blow my stack as I type this!!)?
    – Silly, appeasing white women with candles might as well just leave their bedroom windows open and wait for it?
    – Dinesh D'Souza is the biggest self-hating brown ever to emerge from the Indian Subcontinent?

  • LloydDrako

    Mercy me, I do believe this is the same D'Souza who was at Dartmouth when Obama was at Columbia. While the future president was working up his anti-colonialist rage, the future Oscar nominee (he wishes) was nursing his douchebaggery by publishing images of lynchings and outing "sodomite" fellow students.

  • i once was home at my folks' house and found that d'souza book (mom fuflans used to be a canadian socialist. now she listens to the WSJ).

    mr fuflans and i removed it (with glove on) immediately and dumped it in a trash can somewhere in a chicago forest preserve.

    true story.

  • LibertyLover

    Elephants on Parade?

  • LibertyLover

    Wait. I thought America was anti-colonial. Isn't that why it declared Independence from England in the first place? Wasn't George Washington an anti-colonialist? Patrick Henry? Thomas Jefferson? John Adams?

  • But still better than an M. Night Shyamalan movie, right?

  • That cunt.

  • finallyhappy

    So I'm not watching it but someone who did explain the photo of the yahrzeit candles up top here? Is it proof that the President is Jewish?

  • badgitator

    If you want to feel better after watching this video, go to youtube and find the video of Dinesh (geez, get a real name like Dan or Kevin or GTFO of 'Merica!) getting the metaphorical shit kicked out of him by Hitchens. Life affirming stuff, that.

  • Prairiefired

    "My" . . . (edited material) . . . "butt" . . . (edited material) . . . "is" . . . (edited material) . . . "available."

    Wow, I just created a documentary proving that all Republicans are whores. And it's true because I used their own words.

  • BathroomGoblin

    I'm entirely sure that American Crossroads didnt just just charge 500,000 tickets to their corporate card.

  • ttommyunger

    Nine Fucking Million? Once again, proof that one can never underestimate the cupidity, gullibility and searing hatred trapped within the festering boil we fondly refer to as the American "Right".

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