Patriot Act is a feature-length "home video" that captures a rare and intimate look into the early days of the American occupation of Iraq through the eyes of stand-up comedian, Jeffrey Ross. Armed with nothing but some jokes and a camcorder, The Friars Club Roastmaster shoots his own life-changing experience entertaining battle weary G.I.s stationed in some of the most dangerous and remote parts of the Sunni Triangle. Inspired by the passing of U.S.O. perennial Bob Hope, Ross travels to Iraq along with six other comics (Kathy Kinney, Blake Clark, Kyle Dunnigan, Andres Fernandez and Rocky LaPorte) led by sitcom star and former marine Drew Carey. Along the way, this "Iraq Pack" carries out a secret itinerary from base to base and meets thousands of American G.I.s. In light of all the bad news coming out of Iraq, this film offers a rare pat on the back to the men and women of the military who are braving their immense challenges with spirit and a sense of humor.