People suggesting Zeitgeist is some ridiculously "leftist" movie are horribly misrepresenting it, as are people that are suggesting its a "far right" movie either. The best description of it in this thread has been quasi-communist anarchist, as it at least acknowledges extreme notions from both sides in its description. Rejecting Christianity is hardly something you'd find someone claiming is "Far right" regularly. Those believing the government/bush orchestrated or allowed 9/11 to happen to allow for the War on Terror is something routinely found on the far left more so than on the far right. The issue with the fear of NAFTA bringing about a one world government, the federal reserve, and the illegality of the income tax are Far Right issues. On the flip side, the issues with RFID tracking is something that both sides extremes have issues with.
Seriously...trying to paint this as either "far left" or "far right" is misguided. Just like the man himself, as I have been arguing, is most likely identifiable by no normal american definition of "Right/left", neither is that movie. It, and he, is a mixture of extremes from both ends of the spectrum, as likely to detest Barack Obama or Sarah Palin as he was to dislike a blue dog like the congresswoman.