Frontline Documentary: The Choice 2012

I know liberals will think they didn’t make this hard enough on Romney. Conservatives don’t trust anything on PBS other than “Antiques Roadshow.”  But I found Frontline’s “The Choice 2012” to be truly “fair and balanced.”  Like most Frontline documentaries, it was very well done, and they got interviews with key insiders. I learned a lot about both Obama and Romney — not necessarily as candidates, but as men.  For example, I knew Mitt was Mormon, but I did not realize the extent to which he was a leader in the LDS.  Also, I didn’t realize the amount of racism that Obama faced…from blacks.  The contrast in their stories could not be more stark, yet I actually respect each man more after watching this.  If you are among the 6% of us still weighing the choice between presidential contenders, I highly recommend watching this documentary.  (Great job PBS, but you had better start kissing up to Romney more — or you might end up out of job.)

You can find your local listings for The Choice 2012 page at the Frontline website:  http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/choice-2012/

 

About Elton Conrady, Technical Editor

Elton Conrady is Technical Editor at Media Rostra. As a network engineer, Elton has worked in traditional telecom, wireless, state government, and DoD environments. While engineers are considered dull or nerdy in some social circles, Elton has attempted to be an interesting person -- he has played on a barnstorming basketball team in Europe, worked as a commercial fisherman off Kodiak Island, and lived in Croatia for 4 years. Now that he is "grown up", Elton spends his spare time fishing, camping, and hiking.

Comments

  1. I couldn’t agree more with your assessment.