A tele-movie on the childhood of Barrack Obama starring Gary Coleman has been panned by the Democratic Party who describe the piece as "ridiculous and wildly innaccurate" claiming that at no time did a young Obama ever use the catch cry "whatchu talkin about Willis!" nor was he ever adopted by an old millionaire called Mr Drummond.
The hostile reaction to the movie has caught the shows producers by surprise forcing them to admit that due to time restraints a proper script was never written and was usually made up during the actual filiming.
"We only really had time to research the first seven or eight years of Obama's life so when we ran out of material Gary suggested we borrow a storyline from one of his old shows" said director Donny Milton.
In the movies most telling scene the young Obama's life is quickly turned upside down after his mother a cleaner dies suddenly but he and his newly discovered brother Willis are rescued by a kindly millionaire who takes them to live in his Manhatten penthouse.
"This is where we discover what really made him the great man that we now know as the new President of the USA" claims Mr Milton.
Run ins with a bully called The Gooch and spying on Willis with girls all becomes part of the daily life of the young Obama under the watchful eye of Mr Drummond along with the occasional hand of guidance from his next door neighbour Dr Cliff Huxtable played by Bill Cosby.
"Bill was a real pro" says Milton "as was Robert Gilliaume who plays the part of Barracks long lost butler Benson"
The Democrats say that they won't take legal action to prevent the airing of the movie but have warned the public not to put to much faith in the shows content.
"At no time during Mr Obama's childhood was he ever arrested in a small southern town nor was he ever represented by a white lawyer named Atticus Finch.It's all a falacy" a spokesperson said