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"Honk For Peace" follows the 2003 anti-war movement starting in New York City, and culminates with the historic 2006 Senate race between Joe Lieberman and Ned Lamont in Connecticut. In the ... See full summary »

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"Honk For Peace" follows the 2003 anti-war movement starting in New York City, and culminates with the historic 2006 Senate race between Joe Lieberman and Ned Lamont in Connecticut. In the Democratic primary, Ned Lamont, a political newcomer, ran an anti-war campaign beating Joe Lieberman, the 18 year incumbent and former Vice Presidential nominee. As a result, Joe was forced to run as an Independent in the general election and defend his Pro-war ideals. Written by Anonymous

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A documentary of those who fought to end a war.

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Pass The Dogfood, Please!
9 March 2008 | by See all my reviews

If you consider yourself a true American (and not what the conservative far right call an alleged 'American patriot'), then you owe it to yourself to treat yourself to a screening of this taut documentary. It starts with footage of the 2003 protests in New York City over the Fourth Reich...um, I mean the Bush administration's (wait...that's the exact same thing) badly botched handling of Fuhrer George II's invasion of Iraq. What follows is footage leading up to the 2006 general elections for U.S. Senators. There is a busload of footage of our old pal, Fuhrer George's faithful little lapdog, G.O.P. Joe Lieberman being at his usual best (floundering & foaming at the mouth over his various victories). The documentary also gives way to Ned Lamont,in his campaign for Senator of Connecticut (for those of you who have been living in a vacuum for the last two years,he lost to G.O.P. Joe). There is loads of interview footage with others, too many to mention here,and also gets some screen time at the various campaign stops. This is a short (about 75 minutes),but sweet documentary about a most dirty subject in cinema...politics.


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