Moore insulted America, he insulted the victims of 9/11, even those who fought the terrorists and downed flight 93 fighting. He called these victims
of terrorism cowards, calling them "scaredy-cats." Not only did he insult them but he showed here also that he didn't know the facts of flight
93...figures, he doesn't seem to like facts and prefers to exagerate them or construct what he calls truth...
The problem with Moore is not that he bashed only Bush, he bashed America as a whole, and people acknowledged his stance of "Americans are stupid"
by supporting him when he insulted most Americans, and his fans in general, calling you all stupid, conmen and a whole list of other insults.
But hey, if you guys like to compliment a man that is not only insulting those victims of 9/11, but every one of you also, and you like to make him
rich for insulting you, exagerating facts and constructing outright lies...more power to you I guess... But that's not me, I tell it like i see it.
I don't praise a man that is out to insult me or the people who died in 9/11. He is out to make money in any way possible, and he doesn't give a
rat's butt about the "working class," or who he has to insult to make the money either.
" Knave: Michael Moore, for his despicable assault on America's icons of the war against terrorism, the heroes of Flight 93.
We may never know who, or how many, they saved there — high above America aboard a hijacked airliner on September 11. But we will always remember
what they did there. We can never forget the heroics of Jeremy Glick, Edward Felt, Mark Bingham, Todd Beamer and the rest of passengers, who died
while attempting to wrest control of the plane from their captors."
" Michael Moore continues to have unkind words for his fellow countrymen. On his international book tour, the author of “Dude, Where’s My Country?”
was asked what he thought of Americans. “They are possibly the dumbest people on the planet ... in thrall to conniving, thieving, smug pricks,”
And there are some members who think he doesn't hate the US in general...
"According to Detroit Free Press film critic Terry Lawson, Moore’s first documentary, "Roger and Me" featured manipulated facts and the breaking of
established documentary rules.
Then there’s his "documentary," "Bowling for Columbine."
Documentary might not be the best word for this manipulative piece of cinematic celluloid. "Fictitious," Moore’s current term of choice, would be
" And Moore’s anti-gun fervor also trumps the facts. He stages an event at North Country Bank and Trust in Michigan’s Traverse City, claiming that
opening an account would entitle one to walk out of the bank with a gun in hand. The film shows him doing just that. But the key word is "staged."
In reality, the bank does not provide guns for opening accounts, and you can’t walk in or out of the bank with one—unless you’re a security guard
employed by the bank. The gun is one of several "giveaways" that can be chosen by customers in exchange for opening a CD account. In order to
qualify for the gun, customers must open a 3-year CD with at least $5,000 and then must pass a background check for the gun, which can only be picked
up at a licensed gun dealer."
" Michael Moore - Live! ran for two months to packed houses and was extremely well received by audiences - except for his second-last show, in which
he carried out a Hollywood-size strop on stage, laying into everyone involved with the show and complaining that he was only being paid £500 per
night. "He completely lost the plot and went mental," a stage crew member revealed to the Evening Standard. "He stormed around all day shouting and
screaming at everyone, telling them what a #ty venue it was and how we were all con-men and useless. Then he went on stage and did it in public." So
bad was his ranting that the following night the staff refused to work, and the show was held up over an hour, while he desperately negotiated. "
But hey, if there are still people out there that like to pay Moore for insulting them.... I will do it for less money if they want....