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He said that at the few low-key preview screenings that have already taken place in the midwest "the reactions were overwhelming. People who were on the fence - undecided voters - suddenly weren't on the fence any more."
Originally posted by benjj
...though I would not think for a second that there would be enough factual content in this latest film to worry even the most desperately failing leader. We know before we see it that it will be full of holes, glaring errors, pontification and calculated guesses at best.
"The film is only partly to do with the Bin Ladens and Bush. I was able to send three different freelance film crews to Iraq. Soldiers had written to me to express their disillusionment with the war. It's a case of our own troops not being in support of their commander-in-chief."
"the reactions were overwhelming. People who were on the fence - undecided voters - suddenly weren't on the fence any more."
"We thought, 'We cannot leave this to the Democrats this time to f**k it up and lose.'"
I'm confused. Do you deny the Bush/Saudi connection, or just don't like Moore?
Originally posted by kegs
Me? I know quite a bit about the connections, and I want to see them get an airing, that's why I want to see it. I do quite like Moore as well. Sorry might of been confusing because of the subtle sarcasm. Maybe too subtle.
I didn't mean you. I meant the people who hate Moore so much, they might miss the very interesting point he is bringing up. Do you hate the messenger or the message? Where is the outrage over this Saudi thing? When Bush was flying Bin Laden's brother out of the country on 9/11, maybe he could of said, "Hey, um, about your bro..."
EDIT: excessive quoting
[Edited on 17-5-2004 by curme]
Originally posted by Seekerof
What 'point' is Mr. Moore bringing up Curme, that has'nt already been read, said, or heard?