I blogged in July on the movie, Hype:The Obama Effect, which includes an interview with me on Barack Obama’s opposition to Born Alive.
Reported the Associated Press yesterday:

Readers of OH’s 3 largest newspapers, along with papers in FL and NV, are finding an anti-Barack Obama DVD in editions this week.

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Citizens United, a conservative advocacy group based in Washington, plans to release a 95-minute film in the five swing-state publications to highlight Obama’s record on abortion rights, foreign policy and his past associations…. The group said it planned to spend more than $1 million to distribute about 1.25 million copies of Hype: The Obama Effect….

Readers of The Columbus Dispatch received their copy Tuesday. The Cincinnati Enquirer, The (Cleveland) Plain Dealer, The Palm Beach Post and the Las Vegas Review-Journal are scheduled to receive them in coming days.
The film raises questions about Obama’s political base in Chicago and the media’s reporting on Obama.
Among those interviewed are conservative columnist Robert Novak, former Clinton strategist-turned-pundit Dick Morris and former OH Secretary of State Ken Blackwell. Former AR Gov. Mike Huckabee, former PA Sen. Rick Santorum and discredited Obama critic Jerome Corsi also give interviews.

The first 4:18 of this video is an October 21 Fox News segment describing Hype and Democrat viewers’ reaction to it. The remainder of the video are cuts from Hype. Those who know Senator Patrick O’Malley can spot him at 7:00.

[HT: Dougy]