Making a permanent impression since 1994
July 23, 2004
-- Movie review --
The beauty of Bush-bashing
By Teague Neal
“Fahrenheit 9/11,” filmmaker Michael Moore continues his trend
of cranking out fantastic and revealing documentaries.
together his secret potion of true facts, humor and creative flair,
film highlights the oil-stained road that put Bush in the White House despite
outright corruption, racism and conflicts of interest that ought to have
the night before the terrorist attacks, Bush slept over at his brother’s house
hard to beat the juicy footage of Bush being informed there that America was
under attack and then sitting there, doing nothing more than reading for more
than seven minutes to a
classroom full of children reading “My Pet Goat.”
When an aide whispered to him that a second plane had struck the World Trade
Center, Bush, you guessed it, continued reading.
When an aide whispered to him that a second plane had struck the World Trade Center, Bush, you guessed it, continued reading.
"The level of Bush’s intellect stops at My Pet Goat," said Neil Trilokekar, a student in Toronto, Canada.
9/11 "revealed a lot of facts that were unknown to the public," Trilokekar
addition to providing entertainment as you see the idiocy that President Bush,
or whatever you want to call him, has made so evident for the past four years,
Moore shows you how tied to Saudi interests Bush has been.
has made at least half the country embarrassed to say he’s
out the documentary at your local cinema, though, sadly, if you are in
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