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    Watch this and learn the truth: http://www.michaelmoorehatesamerica.com/
    The dumb kid is back!

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    I don't know Camino, I'm kind of interested to see Fahrenheit 9/11.

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    Oh right, I forgot nowadays if you disagree with the party line you automatically hate this country.

    I think Michael Moore is a bit self-righteous at times, but it's a bit much to say he hates America. And I want to see Fahrenheit 9/11 too, there A LOT of things that haven't come to light yet that would apall most people.

    How about a film called "John Ashcroft Hates America"?
    "She has written so well, and marvellously well, that I was completely ashamed of myself as a writer...But this girl, who is to my knowledge very unpleasant and we might even say a high-grade bitch, can write rings around all of us who consider ourselves as writers"

    Ernest Hemingway on writer, aviation pioneer and horse trainer Beryl Markham


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    I'm going to see Fahrenheit 9/11 too. And speaking of 9/11 the news today said no connection between Iraq & 9/11. I bet Bush is shaking in his cowboy boots now that its public knowledge that he lied to the people to get the support he needed to go into Iraq .

    I might check out this MM Hates USA film too 'cause there's nothing wrong with looking at both sides !

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    Micheal Moore used to be really good; Roger & Me, TV Nation, et al.

    Now he's getting credit for creating "documentaries" that are based on fiction. If he wants to make his political points via fiction, that's fine--just don't call them truth.

    To see examples of this:

    http://www.hardylaw.net/Truth_About_Bowling.html
    http://www.mooreexposed.com/
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    "bowling for columbine" is a good movie. i cried during a large chunk of it...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Isis link=board=12;threadid=1536;start=msg24217#msg2421 7 date=1087462756

    I might check out this MM Hates USA film too 'cause there's nothing wrong with looking at both sides !
    Amen! I applaud you Isis. I have yet to see F-9/11, however, I do want to see it, again simply to see another perspective. And, believe me, I would probably fit into the category of "Conservative Elitest" by most standards displyed on the pink site in the discussions pertaining to F-9/11.
    Just here to live and learn.

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    Michael Moore, very much like anyone else in the public eye, has his own agenda. However, I find his work to be very interesting and compelling to say the least. Sure, some of it stretches the truth or bends it altogether. Yet still, a lot of what he says is his own view of certain parts of our society. I enjoyed Bowling for Columbine and will be going to see Farenheit 9/11 very soon.


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