Problem Solving The Republic (2012) – By Brian Morton

Since it’s been an election year, I guess it’s understandable that, eventually, I’d be getting a political satire in the old inbox. And, usually, I dread these things and wind up hating them. So, it was with some trepidation that I sat down to watch Problem Solving The Republic, and wound up enjoying it much more than I figured that I would.

Here’s the story: The Taxpayer has been captured and is being held hostage by special interests who want to make Dick Pansy the President. Now, the government (with the help of a normal citizen) must rely on Common Sense, Personal Responsibility and Birth Control to stop these special interests from killing the Taxpayer on Tuesday, November 6th! Can they succeed? Or will the Taxpayer, once again, be beaten and raped by the special interests? I guess you’ll have to grab a copy and find out for yourself!

The fun here is that Problem Solving The Republic encompasses more than one genre. It’s not just a political satire (although that’s mostly what it is), it’s also a musical and a super hero movie, making this much more than just another preachy ‘tell you what to think’ type of political satire. Well written, well acted and just plain fun, Problem Solving The Republic is just a great movie, no matter what your party affiliation! I’m giving Problem Solving The Republic 4 out of 4 cigars; you can sing and dance with Common Sense and Personal Responsibility by heading over to