Michael Moore

April 29, 2007 8:37am CST
I just admire Michael Moore. Despite the "awful truths" he has uncovered and the really bodacious stuffs he has initiated (remember the Ficus for Congress efforts and the proposal to keep the homeless in storage centers?) I think he did an amazing job on Fahrenheit 9/11. In fairness to him, he was thorough, passionate about his job and eloquent. Too eloquent in fact that he can catch someone tongue tied and even red handed. What about you? What can you say about him and his works?
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@xfahctor (14126)
• Lancaster, New Hampshire
29 Apr 07
Michael Moore is nothing more than a charlitan. His movies are based on loosely joined questionable facts. In most cases, careful research debunks just about anything he says. He even admitted this openly once. He is what I would consider one of our greatest national embarrasments. Hollywood and politics should never mix and he is only one example of why.
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@busybren (258)
• United States
27 Jul 09
Interesting point.
@bziebarth (228)
• United States
25 Sep 09
Michael Moore is another Hollywood elite that has made more money than most CEOs by being a hypocrite. Fahrenheit 9/11 brought multiple lawsuits against Michael Moore because he took soldiers' statements completely out of context. These soldiers then sued Michael Moore and settled out of court. Of course, most news outlets did not mention these lawsuits. His current movie is as much a pack of half truths and misleading facts to lead anyone who is not willing to research the facts to believe what he wants. If Michael Moore truly believes what he says about capitolism then he should give 90% of his money to charity. He could also just walk up to homeless people and hand them the money, buy them homes, or any of another number of things that would go with the persona and socialist propoganda he spews.