Monday, May 24

'Fahrenheit 9/11' is not the movie Moore watchers, fans or foes, were expecting. ... [Michael Moore] exercised self-control, getting out of the way of a story that is bigger than he is. 'It doesn't need me running around with my exclamation points,' he said. ...

Speaking of America's volunteer army ... 'They serve so that we don't have to. They offer to give up their lives so that we can be free. It is, remarkably, their gift to us. And all they ask for in return is that we never send them into harm's way unless it is absolutely necessary. Will they ever trust us again?'


  1. Anonymous10:50 PM

    The truth is becoming large and very quiet. For the first three years of this administration it may have been necessary to scream at the top of our lungs at the extreme idiocy of the Bush administration. But, now I the truth is like the pink elephant in the small parlor. There really isnt much to say at this point except to make sure that you VOTE and bring 2 friends with you on election day.

    Kelly Moore

  2. Anonymous3:01 AM

    Who would you vote for? It’s not like Kerry would bring civil rights back. It seems to me that only one party exists. They should drop their separate names and call themselves the Republicrats. Both parties want high taxes and civil rights only for themselves.

    Fascism is rampant worldwide and the U.S. looks like a bad Starship Troopers movie.

    I for one will vote libertarian, but I don't expect to win this election.

  3. Anonymous1:45 PM

    mike moore calls you "crappy" and "stupid", then takes your money hand over fist. while his editorial about the 911 events is quite entertaining, i find it hypocritical that he has made so much money off of the plight and misfortunes of others. i wonder what he would "document" if there were no suffering, oppressed and exploited people of the world.