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Originally posted by spacedoubt
I'm going to review your review of the reviewers, who may or may not
have pre-viewed the skewed but shrewd movie. s'alright?
Originally posted by df1
I am sure Disney will deny, but it is obvious what is being done. While I have no problem with Disney releasing films as it chooses, this is pathetic.
Is "mickey mouse" a bush republican? Say it ain't so mickey.
Originally posted by Muaddib
Neither one of Moore's last two movies/books have truth in them. He is
Richard Clarke himself has stated that one of the main premises in the latest movie is a complete lie, he says its a mistake....but its a lie. Moore says that Bush allowed prominet Saudis to fly out the the US, but Clarke states that it was him alone who made the decision to let these people leave, including the Bin Ladens that were in the US at the time.
Originally posted by Damned
Nice attempt to spread yet another false rumor, though.
Moore's upcoming film, Fahrenheit 911, points to President Bush's rumored relationship with Saudi officials as the motivating factor in the president allegedly allowing relatives of terror mastermind Osama bin Laden to fly out of the country following the Sept.11, 2001 terror attacks.
But Clarke recently admitted that he alone approved the exit of the bin Laden kin -- damaging the key premise of Moore's film.
When Bush-Bashers Collide? Moore's Film at Odds with Clarke Remarks
[edit on 19-7-2004 by Muaddib]
Moore says that Bush allowed prominet Saudis to fly out the the US, but Clarke states that it was him alone who made the decision to let these people leave, including the Bin Ladens that were in the US at the time.