Albuquerque Tea Party
Not Evil Just Wrong
November 21, 2009
6:00 - 8:00 pm
Special Screening!
    Not Evil Just Wrong is the film Al Gore and Hollywood are working hard to make sure you can't and don't see.

   Commencing a full blown attack on the hypocrisy and ill-conceived policies of the modern environmental movement, while simultaneously countering years of slanted, Hollywood political productions from the likes of Michael Moore and Al Gore, The Albuquerque Tea Party; in conjunction with the Rio Grande Foundation and Citizens Alliance for Responsible Energy (CARE), will host a special screening of the film Not Evil Just Wrong on Saturday evening, November 21st, at 6pm. The event is only $8.00 per person and will be held at The Albuquerque Museum of Art and History, located at 2000 Mountain Road NW.

   Seating is limited, so get your RSVP in right away!
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   Not Evil Just Wrong is a feature length documentary that shows how extreme environmentalism is damaging the lives of the most vulnerable populations in the developed and developing world. With examples from Indiana to Uganda the film shows how Global Warming "solutions" will destroy jobs and livelihoods in America during one of the biggest recessions in living memory.

   Not Evil Just Wrong shreds the outlandish claims made in Al Gore's film, An Inconvenient Truth, and tells the story of Americans who want the best for the families and want the truth to be told about bad science and elitist initiatives.
The film can be pre-ordered at

   "This is a movie Hollywood doesn't want you to see," says Ann McElhinney, one of the filmmakers. "It's not a mainstream Hollywood documentary. It features real people, and the real impact on their lives..."

   To speak to a representative from Not Evil Just Wrong please contact Jennifer Fedor (x106) or Megan Erhardt (x136) at (703) 683-5004