'I Want Your Money' Opens in Theaters Friday

A terrific new documentary opens in theaters nationwide today that pits the wit, wisdom and success of the Ronald Reagan against the vapid, socialistic bankruptcy of Obamanomics.

The film uses humorous animation vignettes to contrast our contemporary political figures along with footage of priceless moments in history from U.S. leaders — including rich treasures from Reagan’s presidency that remind everyone what real presidential leadership looks like.

 I Want Your Money trailer…Set against the backdrop of today’s headline[s] – 67% of Americans don’t approve of Obama’s economic policies, the film takes a provocative look at our deeply depressed economy using the words and actions of Presidents Reagan and Obama and shows the marked contrast between Reaganomics and Obamanomics. The film contrasts two views of the role that the federal government should play in our daily lives using the words and actions of Ronald Reagan and Barack Obama. Two versions of the American dream now stand in sharp contrast. One views the money you earned as yours and best allocated by you; the other believes that the elite in Washington know how to best allocate your wealth. One champions the traditional American dream, which has played out millions of times through generations of Americans, of improving one’s lot in life and even daring to dream and build big. The other holds that there is no end to the “good” the government can do by taking and spending other peoples’ money in an ever-burgeoning list of programs. The documentary film I Want Your Money exposes the high cost in lost freedom and in lost opportunity to support a Leviathan-like bureaucratic state.

The film opens in theaters nationwide today.  To find a theater location visit:

Get out there this weekend with your families and support this film.  Take your teenagers and young adults who don’t remember Reagan or weren’t yet born when he was President.  This film will help you teach them what a President is supposed to look like—what real hope and change means—and what it means to be an American.