The group Citizens United has a new "documentary" out which features Michele Bachmann and Sarah Palin among others and from Dave Weigel, it looks like we're going to get to look forward to a few more of these in the near future.
Citizens United, the conservative, Supreme Court-case-winning no-profit that produced Newt Gingrich's "America at Risk" documentary, is releasing two more films this month. The first, coming next Wednesday: "Fire from the Heartland," a documentary that features Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-Minn.), Rep. Cynthia Lummis (R-Wy.), and Rep. Jean Schmidt (R-Ohio) as examples of what CU's David Bossie calls "an awakening among women in America."
The next, coming on September 30: "The Battle for America," a film that stars Dick Morris and makes the case that the 111th Congress has to be replaced. (The working title was "Bill of Indictment.")
By the end of the year Citizens United will have churned out five films, but Bossie tells me that the schedule might become less ambitious in 2011 if he gets his dream off of the launchpad. That dream: Citizens United's first dramatic film, a feature that depends on an event in the news "that hasn't happened yet." A director and writer are lined up for the project, which Bossie anticipates would cost more than the $600,000 to $1 million that the organization spends on documentaries. The first documentary on deck for 2011 is the third in a trilogy about Cold War leaders, focusing on former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher. (The first films, hosted by Newt Gingrich, covered the lives of Ronald Reagan and Pope John Paul II.)
Wonderful. Here's the description of the documentary from Citizens United. I'd like to why all of them seem to be extremely obsessed with oral sex for some reason.
The first-ever film to tell the entire story of the conservative woman in her own words, "Fire from the Heartland" is a powerful statement about America at a crossroads and the women who have awakened to the crisis. With role models such as Clare Boothe Luce, Margaret Thatcher, and Phyllis Schlafly as inspiration, these women are the unintended consequence of the liberal feminist movement.
Tracing the long history of the many conservative women who have been the backbone of this great nation, from the founding mothers of our Republic to today's "Mama Grizzlies," this powerful and compelling documentary honors the self-made American woman.
Activists, politicians and commentators such as Ann Coulter, Michelle Malkin, S.E. Cupp, Dana Loesch, Michelle Easton, Sonnie Johnson, Jenny Beth Martin, Michelle Moore, Jamie Radtke, Deneen Borelli, Janine Turner, and Congresswomen Cynthia Lummis, Jean Schmidt, and Michele Bachmann share their emotional stories of hardship and triumph in their fight for freedom. These women leaders are fanning the flames of liberty across the nation.
Written and directed by Stephen K. Bannon and produced by David N. Bossie, the team that made the critically acclaimed film "Generation Zero" that focused on the financial meltdown and the rise of the Tea Party, "Fire from the Heartland" is a must-see for every citizen concerned with the direction of our country and will stir a fire in the hearts of all Americans.
Wingnut women on parade is more like it.