Originally Posted by BroncoInferno
Do you know what a "fact" is? I'll help:
D'Souza does not use "facts" in his presentation. He makes assertions about Obama's beliefs based on the history of a father whom he barely knew, and offers little of substance from Obama's own life to support that assertion. You see, when you make assertions that you can't support with facts, that's called "paranoia." That's called being a "conspiracy theorist."
Instead of your usual garbage, why don't you present a case using actual facts that proves D'Souza's assertions? You wouldn't know a fact if it slapped you in the face.
Come to think of it, this is the problem with right-wingers in general. They don't know the difference between an "assertion" and a "fact."
You could probably just watch the movie and answer your own questions. To simply say that D'Souza uses nothing in Obamas own life to support questions that D'Souza raises shows clearly you have not seen it. There are plenty of "facts" about Obamas past and present decisions he has made in the documentary.