Wow, Dave Kopel has an essay that lists 59 Michael Moore deceits put forth in F9/11. I read through most of this article this evening, and it casts some doubts in my mind about Moore's means of achieving his goals in the film. I'll be interested to see if there will be any sort of answer to this piece from Moore's camp, especially since he has assembled a "team" to deal with this sort of thing.

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Wow. Personally, I'm not surprised. Just as one would find many not-entirely-true statements in an extreme Right Wing Agenda piece, so will one find similar statements in Moore's work. I haven't seen the film yet, but I think I will. I know better than to take any of it as "objective." Moore's works are, by his own admission, biased and have an agenda. While I think that's fine and encourage it, I just hope that many people will take the time to read or view the other side of the arguments and assertions just as you have done. That's what "Fair and Balanced" really is: a product of research, not a product of entertainment.

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