With far less support from the mainstream media, **2016: Obama's America** is a quietly filling theater seats across the nation. Lacking Michael Moore's artistic flair, directors John Sullivan and Dinesh D'Souza present their case in a no nonsense style. Not trying to press emotional buttons, Sullivan & D'Souza challenge the intelligence of the ticket buyers.
The first half of **2016: Obama's America** provides a good history lesson for people not familiar with the malaise of Jimmy Carter's Presidency. The second half of the film predicts what the world could be like if Obama wins a second term on November 6th. One premise seems certain - that Obama's policies are not about helping the poor, but stripping the wealthy.
Michael Moore and his sycophants are not likely to watch **2016: Obama's America,** but those seeking an informed opinion may want to catch this flick at a matinee price. When the film concluded, people applauded. While the credits rolled - a man shouted "Vote Romney" and the Monday afternoon crowd applauded again.