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A Disappointment To Michael Moore

The Iraqis seem to be fed up with the "insurgents", his "Minute Men."

More than 2,000 people held the impromptu demonstration on front of the clinic, chanting "No to terrorism!" and "No to Baathism and Wahhabism!"
Posted by Rand Simberg at March 01, 2005 01:36 PM
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It's scary -- if Michael Moore were to make a public statement that rain falls down and the sun rises in the east, both assertions would instantly become untrue.

Posted by McGehee at March 1, 2005 03:39 PM

Nah, McGehee, that's like washing your car to make it rain. The mendacity of Michael Moore has limited powers... and even a busted clock is right twice a day.

Posted by Doug Jones at March 1, 2005 04:06 PM


While those assertions wouldn't become untrue, I *would* wonder just what ulterior motive Mr. Moore had for choosing to speak the truth, given that's so out of character for him. No doubt he would only say such things if they furthered his seditionist agenda.

- Eric.

Posted by Eric S. at March 1, 2005 05:09 PM

No doubt he would only say such things if they furthered his seditionist agenda.

We don't need to attribute evil intentions to Mr. Moore. It seems clear to me that Moore like many people has huge filters in place to keep bad ideas and facts from sullying his worldview. Unlike other people, he has a talent for making cheap pseudo-documentaries with a decent return on investment.

Posted by Karl Hallowell at March 2, 2005 06:07 AM

you are right but let's go one further.

Moore and the rest of the Upper Crust leftists in this country wail and cry about injustice, meaness and Mr Bush. The ones I am talking about are like Moore SUPER LIBS, Streisand, Soros, O'Donnell et al. They make MILLIONS and say we should pay more taxes so the homeless, helpless, hungry of the world can eat.

I don't begrudge them their success or their wealth. However, I bet every one of them has a tax attorney squeezing the deductions for all they are worth. Why not pay the max in taxes and put their money where their mouths are. Hey why doesn't Babs sell that big house on the cliff and move into one HALF that size, NOT on a cliff with an ocean view. Give the difference in cost to the needy. She could give half, or probably more, of her wealth away and live better than 90% of us here in the U.S. of A. I don't believe they really care, its just fashionable to be Liberal now. And God forbid they not be fashionable or hip, 10 seconds.

Moore is the worst of the bunch to my mind. He constantly bitches about how unfair, uncaring and unloving this country is. Yet he makes millions off of the people who follow his every word. If he believed his own press, he would work for minimum wage, while making his shock-docs. He'd donate the rest of his income to victims of school violence, auto plant workers who have been laid off or the families of soldiers killed in the wrong war, in the wrong place at the wrong time.

Posted by Steve at March 2, 2005 06:50 AM


I wish you were right. It would be better to simply be able to say Moore was a misguided mental midget that happened to be good behind a camcorder. However, Moore appears to very carefully craft his treasonous (as in aiding & abetting the enemy in a time of war) propaganda by both distortion and outright lies. This is no 'accident' resulting from an extremely naive viewpoint and/or extreme ignorance, as is the case with most Hollywood neocommie dabblers/babblers. No, Moore deliberately, consciously and vigorously puts forward his views knowing full well how anti-American those views are and that they provide aid and comfort to the enemy.

Of course, if Bush were half as bad as Moore claims, Michael Moore would've been doing a Vince Foster impression a long time ago...

- Eric.

Posted by Eric S. at March 2, 2005 07:45 PM

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