Michael Moore starts off saying the election was a sham, and that Gore really won. He failed to mention all the uncounted servicemen votes that were overseas (that were strongly in favor of Bush). And wasn't it Al Gore himself gaveling those "minorities" into silence in the joint-congress? I must say I didn't understand many points he tried to make in the film. Most of it was boring rambling about over-hashed topics.
I must say, however, that I enjoyed seeing the brush-off he received from all those senators. They know to avoid him because he will take their comments and edit them into submission.
I don't like a lot of aspects of this war, but there has never been a war that I did like every aspect of. War sucks, but is sometimes necessary. I've spoken to numerous people that actually served in Iraq and Afghanistan, and they all tell me they need to be there. They support the President, the war, and their leaders.
Michael Moore hates America. He's not a terrorist, but he is supporting them indirectly by undermining the very effort to rid the world of them.
I don't have room for a point-by-point dispute about this film, so I'll just finish by saying everyone should see it, just so they can see how poorly this documentary was made. It had no tied ends, and had no real point. It reminded me of Bowling for Columbine -- One big massive effort to push his own political agenda. It won't work. Americans are too smart to be fooled by this transparent ploy.
I must say to Michael, however, that he mastered the press on getting free publicity by "suddenly" realizing Miramax wouldn't do the film... a full year after the fact. Oh - and pleading for a PG-13 rating, while leaving occurrences of the F word and some extreme violence in, all of which were pointless... that was a great way to get attention too. Good job Michael.