A fun documentary to see is this movie "I Want Your Money" which incorporates old photos and film since the "The New Deal" to current with cartoon caricatures of the recent presidents (from Nixon forward) and select women (Hillary, Sarah Palin, and Nancy Pelosi). Comments from a number of people such as Andrew Breitbart, Star Parker, Governor Huckabee, and Steve Moore and others are interspersed to help explain the history. Of course it would not be complete without a focus on the signs from "Tea Party" rallies and bits from various speeches. The animated sequences are woven adeptly into the mix, including the credits.
For a trailer for this movie and to find a theater check their web site:
It has a limited release this weekend and is rated PG. I liked it enough that I might go again tomorrow and I seldom see a movie in a theater. I recommend it.
Has anyone else seen it? Any thoughts?