Deer, no, you never called me unamerican, (not in those words at least) but its also not to much of a leap from:
"Congratulate it if you like but don't praise the film and wish the best for our soldiers in the same breath. You can't have both..."
To infer that anyone who sees and value in Moore's film obviously must not have any concern for the troops overseas.
Look, I don't think it's a stellar piece of cinematic truth, but at the very least, he brings up points we should question... like why are we bombing Iraq when most of the hijackers were Saudi's... maybe there is a good reason (I don't really know of one, but I'm no expert)... maybe it's not just the billions of dollars they have sunk in our economy that keeps us from tackling their violations of human rights... but to say:
"take him and make him your hero, if you like. You can join in applause with every terrorist group in the Middle East, who also consider him a terrific fellow."
I'm sorry, your reply seemed levelled at everyone in this thread who didn't agree with you, and you referenced one of my replies... and the above comment is tantamount to calling someone unAmerican. I think it was a reasonable conclusion that I made, but apparently not.
Let's all pretend to agree with each other and love our president, because there's lives on the line... lives he put on the line, and lives we should support his putting on the line... let's never disagree again, every time the president wants to endanger American troops let's suport it because really, that's the best way to protect their lives... to support the very war that endangers them in the first place.
That makes sense, right?