Comments on watching and making films.

Monday, November 3, 2008


I don't mean to sound impassioned or overly zealous, but I.O.U.S.A. is probably the most important film you will see all year, and it is one of the most important pieces of media you can digest this year. A documentary about the national debt doesn't sound all that interesting, but when you see it, and they lay out the history of said debt, where we've been and where we're going, it will give you a new outlook on life, and politics. Before this film, I thought more taxes were a a ridiculous thing. Why do we need more taxes? Well, put simply, at this point we need more taxes and less government to keep the country from tanking in thirty to forty years. Go see this film. That's about all I can say without really getting into it and giving everything away. It's amazing.

If you'd like to learn more about the silent crisis we're facing, and can't get to a theatre to watch the film, please visit The Concord Coalition for more information on the Federal Deficit, Deficit spending, and what its doing to America.

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