By Mary M. McCambridge
Dubbed the ‘thin conservative Michael Moore” by Neal Cavuto of Fox News, Ray Griggs, a director of science fiction movies and the father of three children, decided it was time to show the world what’s really going on in Washington…that is, if you hadn’t figured it out already.
Using caricatures of Presidents Ronald Reagan, Bill Clinton and Barack Obama, as well as footage from various Tea Party Rallies, Griggs’ “I Want Your Money” helps citizens better understand the out of control spending among the people we elected to represent us in DC. He shows us how our hard-earned tax dollars are still being wasted on ridiculous spending programs such as studying the DNA of a grape by the Democratic US Senator from New York, Chuck Schumer.
Amazingly, initial private screenings in Manhattan are proving quite interesting. Who would have thought this movie would provoke rousing applauds by crowds who vote primarily Democratic. Surely, the director would realize no greater success than to acquire the accolades of New York City residents by having the guts to tell the truth about our current administration and its incumbent representatives from New York, some of whom (shall we all say Charlie Rangel) have been in Congress for four decades!
Funded through private investors who pooled their resources together to produce “I Want Your Money”, Director Ray Griggs should be proud of his accomplishments in producing a very forthright, honest and cutting-edge picture of the real issues we face and how important it is for us to change course and live within our financial means.
This is one movie I will gladly pay $10.00 to see opening night as a way of saying thanks to the investors and the director for helping to open the eyes of citizens who may not yet have educated themselves about the depth of our country’s fiscal problems and how they affect each of us.
Watch the trailer here: http://www.iwantyourmoney.net/
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