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By Orrin G. Hatch
Procedural changes impede the chamber's traditional deliberative function
Topic - David Bossie
As "2016: Obama's America" took in $6 million over the weekend, another film is set to hit the public radar: "The Hope & the Change," produced by Citizens United founder David Bossie and writer-director Stephen K. Bannon, is based on 40 interviews with Democrats and independents in six swing states, all concerned about President Obama.
In a pair of town houses no more than 10 blocks from where the Supreme Court gave his group a place in legal history, David Bossie is making movies and cutting a path for a new art form: the nonpolitical political ad.
"You can see by the actions of the White House and the Congress, this Citizens United ruling has gotten under the skin of the liberal establishment, the leadership of the House and Senate and the White House," he said. "They are completely emotional."
Over the next week, Mr. Bossie said he plans to spend "a couple hundred thousand dollars" on 30-second ads on national cable television promoting four of his new films, which are available on DVD.