My review of Obama’s documentary “The Road We’ve Traveled”

Last night I watched the premier of Obama’s documentary, The Road We’ve Traveled.  I wanted to see what kind of lies were being said in the “movie”.  David Axelrod was taking questions on Twitter after the documentary played.  So I submitted my question as shown below about the comments that were made at the 8:01 time mark.

Of course, I never received a response.  Surprise… surprise…!/SarahRoman11/status/180685140949860352

At the 15:47 time mark… Why would they not include the fact that on March 2, 2012 it was announced that 1,300 Chevy Volt workers were being laid off?

15 thoughts on “My review of Obama’s documentary “The Road We’ve Traveled”

  1. Good post, Sarah. The liars who protect Obama’s lies get very upset whenever his lies are exposed. The better the job of exposing his lies, the more upset his boot-polishers get. So based on that metric, you are doing a fine job!

  2. You should really stop pimping your drivel on Free Republic.
    Post the whole thing, not an excerpt.
    People don’t want to look at your scabby diseased blog.

    • Perhaps the excerpt was to entice you to make an effort to educate yourself.
      Instead, you failed.
      The simple thing to do is to attack the person that posted the information and begin the name calling liberals are so famous for.
      I commend you Chum Lee, you folks make it easy for us to laugh.
      Chum is what they throw into the ocean to attract sharks.
      Chum Lee is a guy on the History Channel that works in a pawn shop.
      Try another name, this one is laughable.

      Oh I’m sorry, did I offend you ?

      • And because I had two boys who used to love watching Spongebob Squarepants I know Chum Bucket is the name of a nasty restaurant offering a product no one is interested in. hmmm

  3. Is that really the only thing you came up with? The Chevy Volt workers who were TEMPORARILY laid off? You gotta be kidding.

  4. It’s almost funny, how they’re quick to demonize and make up lies about the TEA Party………….but even quicker to try and align themselves with that group of anarchists otherwise known as The Occupy Movement.

  5. I think it was Jodie Miller who said that Obama is changing his campaign slogan from “Yes We Can” to “It’s Not My Fault”.

  6. axelrod makes up the lies that obama tries to pass on to the American people. both are kin to benedict arnold.

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