As much as they champion the notion that any election chicanery is bad for both parties, this is strictly another propaganda-laced lashing out at corporations and the Republicans who use them to steal elections.
A clumsy if well-intentioned work of recycled propaganda, a mixture of hard evidence, random anecdote and far-flung inference that may convince some viewers that a clear verdict can be rendered on that impossibly murky event.
Does a fine job outlining the ways in which the integrity of the United States electoral process is repeatedly undermined by fraud, de facto disenfranchisement and the concerted efforts of corrupt politicos.
Anyone who doubts for a second that the 2000 and 2004 U.S. Presidential elections were stolen by the Republicans using a methodical process of illegal machinations, should see this nightmare-inducing documentary on the subject.
Despite backing up the sobering message of foul play with largely circumstantial evidence, Stealing America does offer useful advice (vote on paper, fools!) for those worried about our creeping American tyranny.
This well-crafted documentary about the purported theft of the 2004 presidential election could well be the feel-good movie of the summer -- after all, it absolves the general public for everything that happened.