New Media Alliance Television (NMATV) Releases Daring Film: â€œBarak Obama Vs. The Lawâ€ Today
April 6, 2009 - New Media Alliance Television (NMA TV - www.nmatv.com) announced the launch today of its daring new film, â€œBarak Obama vs. The Law.â€ In the film, controversial Attorneys Dr. Orly Taitz, Mario Apuzzo, and New York Cityâ€™s WOR talk show host Steve Malzberg make the case questioning Barack Obama and his constitutional eligibility for the presidency of the United States.
Bob Parks, NMA TVâ€™s Executive Director and the filmâ€™s producer, is quick to point out that â€œwe donâ€™t take any position as to whether President Obama is or is not constitutionally eligible to be Presidentâ€¦We do feel, however, that important facts and very reasonable questions exist around this matter that deserve to be heard by the American people. Thatâ€™s why we made the film.â€
To be sure, this is a touchy issue, even for Conservatives. Gary Schneider, Founder and President of Heritage New Media Partners, Inc., which owns and operates NMA TV, stated that â€œfor a number of reasons even top conservative pundits and organizations are afraid to discuss the issue of Obamaâ€™s citizenship qualifications and have refused to support us. We just want to let the facts speak for themselves without the spin and censorship that often surround politically explosive issues. Itâ€™s time for this to live or die based on a proper and fair airing of the merits alone.â€
View the Trailer here: http://www.nmatv.com/video/1967/Barack-Obama-vs-The-Law--PPV-trailer View the film here: http://www.nmatv.com/categories/12/Pay-Per-View
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