Op-Ed Column; "The Ebert and McCain Show," Published in USA Today, August 31, 2004
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(2007): I made Bowling for Columbine
(2002) in the hope the school shootings would stop and that we would address the issue of how easy it is to get a gun in the United States and, tragically, those school shootings continue. I made Fahrenheit 9/11
(2004) and I said that we'd been led to a war under false pretense. I said it on the Oscar stage and I was booed off. It's my profound ...
Senator John McCain
referred to him as a "disingenuous filmmaker" during his speech at the 2004 Republican National Convention. Moore, who was present at the convention in the press area, stood and waved both arms at the crowd, which started chanting "four more years!" Moore then flashed a sign language L (for "loser") at the crowd and, according to "The Guardian" newspaper, said, "Two more ...
Famous for his provocative populist documentaries that are unapologetic attacks on social wrongs, including those he considers callous business corporations and opportunistic right wing politicians.
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