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Slacker Uprising

2008 ,    »  -   15 Comments
Ratings: 3.00/10 from 5 users.

Slacker UprisingSlacker Uprising' takes place in the wake of Fahrenheit 9/11, during the run-up to the 2004 election, as I traveled for 42 days across America, visiting 62 cities in a failed attempt to remove George W. Bush from office.

My goal was to help turn out a record number of young voters and others who had never voted before. (That part was a success. Young adults voted in greater numbers than in any election since 18-year-olds were given the right to vote. And the youth vote was the only age group that John Kerry won.)

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15 Comments / User Reviews

    Scott K.
  1. Scott K.

    Not a M Moore fan nor those who push their beliefs on others. I honestly believe that people vote for who their idols vote for.

    But when he brought Rosanne Barr out at the end, my god that made this DOC horridable. If you watch this flick, leave when it gets to Rosanne.

  2. Brian
  3. Brian

    The first time i was old enough to vote, I picked Clinton. All young people, pick libs, because they dont know better. They(me included)are brainwashed all through high school and college, by teachers who are ex-hippies, draft-dogers, atheists filled with self-righteousness wwho preach that conservatives are for the rich and religous whackos. It dont take long n the real world when you fork 1/3 of your check to pay for illegal mexican women to have 20 kids.

  4. James
  5. James

    "It dont take long n the real world when you fork 1/3 of your check to pay for illegal mexican women to have 20 kids."

    Congratulations Brian. With just one sentence, you've managed to portray yourself as one of the wackiest wackos around.......

  6. some guy
  7. some guy

    Hey Brian, people like you are the reason why the rest of the world hates America.

  8. Don't Worry About It
  9. Don't Worry About It

    Conservatives are for distribution of wealth upward
    Liberals are for distribution of wealth around.

    You tell me which is more effective.

  10. ORG_Shawn
  11. ORG_Shawn

    I know that this was not initially intended for me, but thank you, this is quite interesting,thank you!

  12. rtiom
  13. rtiom

    If you ask me there is no difference who you vote for. In the end everything has been rigged to work in only one way with one outcome. All politics are these days is which douche bag do you want representing the government?

  14. Winston Smith
  15. Winston Smith

    Dems and reps vote the same 80% of the time. And if you notice there was no change in FED leadership or Treasury Secretary positions between Bush & Obama -and Obama promptly filled his cabinet with Wall St insiders. We have a one party system: a corporatocracy

  16. ail
  17. ail

    you are so right!!!

  18. DeathbyInflation
  19. DeathbyInflation

    How adorable some of you still have faith in the two party system, Obama wont save you lmao

  20. Daniel Covington
  21. Daniel Covington

    Ugh. This is so sad watching these tools think they make a difference...

  22. Wanderer
  23. Wanderer

    "Fascism should really be called Corporatism, because it´s a merger between state and corporations" - Benito Mussolini

  24. yurter
  25. yurter

    "These days" ... ?? This country was founded on the top 5%-ish having the majority of the power and money, and the poor having none. This is not a new phenomenon. In fact, we have more power now than ever. These days... please...


    The only thing I could find here was a trailer. I would have liked to hear what he said to wake people up.

  28. David
  29. David

    Okay, for those of who think voting is a waste of time, I ask you to go to Bernie Sanders' website. Read the entirety of that website and then come back and tell me what time voting is worth. The two party system can work, we just need to vote in candidates that will overturn some of the self-serving decisions politicians have made in the past. Not all of the Congressman in Washington are as selfish as you think, they are simply outnumbered. And you wanna know the reason for that? It's because people like you let the corporate media dominate. You do nothing to spread word about those candidates who want to fight for the majority nor do you even vote for them. Voter turnout in America, if you haven't been paying attention to the numbers, is shit. If any of you took the time to talk to others, you might be surprised how far your influence can reach.

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