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Bill Clinton: His Life (2004)

| Documentary | Video 2004
(From the DVD jacket:) " 'His Life' follows Bill Clinton through his college days as a war protester... See full synopsis »
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(From the DVD jacket:) " 'His Life' follows Bill Clinton through his college days as a war protester... See full synopsis »

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Prior to Fahrenheit 9/11. See more »

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Very Enlightening
19 November 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is the 3rd time I've seen this documentary, every time I see it I pick up on something I hadn't noticed before. Some may call it "propaganda" however, it is very factual, hey if only half of it were true, we're in trouble! If you just do some research with an open mind you will find out how we are being brainwashed into believing what we see and hear(media)are factual, example: Politically speaking, there is a difference between the Democratic and Republican Party, fact is they are the same! They just inflict damage from a different point. This upcoming election is probably the most important in our history, and that is why this documentary is so timely, we can either listen to what "they" want us to believe or we can get off our lazy butts and do some real investigating. Time will come when we can get back to American Idol, Britney Spears, or whatever, but for now, we've got some work to do. Freedom isn't free, and we have lost a hell of a lot of it in the last 25yrs. The "propaganda" is the fact that we think we are "free" because they tell us we are.


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