where the wild flowers grow
Okay, here's the deal, kiddos. Mr. Moore is not the president, he is a documentary film maker. It's not his job to tell us the full truth and nothing but the truth, nor is it his job to make everyone happy. Part of making a documentary is expression of freedom, which is a right we all have in this wonderful country.
I saw the film, and yes, I did approve of it...even if I didn't, though, I really wouldn't consider getting angry or upset over it. Anything like that would simply be irrational.
I agree, Moore does cast some issues with a strong opinion, but that's a GOOD thing. Questioning the power at hand is important and something all Americans should do. I don't just mean Bush, either. Questioning any president's motives and judgements is not only a right, but a priveledge that we're lucky to have and should use.
No one ever totally agrees with a leader's judgements. If they do, they don't have any opinions of their own. Consistantly agreeing with someone shows a drone-like quality that no individual should have.
If you look on Moore's site, he's given you several pages of factual backing for his documentary. I would suggest reading that before you decide that it's all lies, because it really isn't.
I understand that currently, we're all very emotionally attached to our political views, but you also have to take in to consideration that including such emotion into a discussion will seriously cause a drawback on what people see in your opinion.
Moore is not a stupid man, by far. I enjoy his humor and think that he has every right to make as many movies as he'd like to.
I am all for questioning, it's not only important, but necessary.