On Election Day, HBO will broadcast a documentary about Barack Obama's presidential campaign.
Though he's been in office for less than ten months, the cable network actually felt it was time:
BY THE PEOPLE: THE ELECTION OF BARACK OBAMA is a moving record of the Obama campaign's history-making odyssey to the White House. Interwoven with the drama of the campaign is never-before-seen footage of Obama behind the scenes, as well as interviews and candid moments with wife Michelle Obama, the couple's young daughters, Malia and Sasha, and senior campaign staff, volunteers, reporters, supporters and opponents.
The following is a preview (video embedded below the fold, h/t Mediaite):
HBO's website actually has a link for people to host viewing parties:
Be a Part of the Moment
On Tuesday November 3, in communities across the country, people will be gathering with neighbors and reconnecting with old campaign friends to watch By the People: The Election of Barack Obama—and enjoy the one-year anniversary of this historic election.
The sycophancy boggles the mind, doesn't it?