More than two million people have watched the trailer for Ray Griggs' documentary, I Want Your Money. It's an impressive number -- one that caught the attention of The New York Times (the Times profiling a conservative filmmaker? Someone's going to lose its liberal media cred).
Griggs has Missouri ties; he's a former staffer for ex-state Rep. Rob Schaaf, who likes to compare health care for children to 19th century slavery.
See the trailer after the jump.
The Times story isn't short on conservative paranoia, including
Griggs' belief "that a politically motivated makeup artist even
tried to sabotage the movie by giving him a distinctly unflattering
The documentary opens October 15 in about 500 theaters, according to the
Times. Here's the trailer.
Fun fact about Griggs: He's a big Batman buff and while shooting a
different film (Super Capers), he tricked out his golf cart to
look like Batman's
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