Farcenheit 9/11

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Christopher Hitchens calls it Unfairenheit 9/11. Everyone else has been linking to Hitchens' review of Michael Moore's defecatory film. I didn't get around to reading it until now, and I don't really have anything to add, but I agree with everyone else linking to it that it deserves to be read. I knew Moore was a jerk and a nut, but I didn't realize how bad it was. Apparently he doesn't even have a consistent story about what's wrong with President Bush. Anything goes, as long as it's negative, even if it contradicts the last thing he said. It's bad enough that most of it contradicts fact, or at least leaves out enough facts to undermine most of what he says. Hitchens keeps saying Moore wants to have it three ways.


As it says in the book of Proverbs ...

"The first to present his case seems right, until another comes forward and questions him."

- God Bless,

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