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fujiyama Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Jul-12-04 12:39 AM
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4. I saw it for the first time tonight
Edited on Mon Jul-12-04 12:41 AM by fujiyama
The begining really got me pissed me off. I knew I was angry over the '00 election, but there was a sense of rage in me as I watched it -- what especially got me was the beating of those protestors. As It really didn't seem real as MM said, as though it had been one really terrible dream...the fact that one single senator couldn't come forward... :mad:

As I kept watching though, that sense of anger and rage never left me. James R Bath, the Taliban delegation visiting the US, the Bush family-Saudi royals/bin Ladens connections, the Iraq war.

All I could think was, if we have another four years of that, this country can't survive it (well it could "survive" it but it'd be transformed into something most wouldn't recognize).

I saw it with my family, which leans to the left. My parents and sister came away with the same impression -- anyone that votes for Bush is a fuckin idiot. My dad simply said, we should try to delete FOX News off the set of channels.

I really hope everyone can get an undecided person to see this film. It has a lot of red meat for partisans and anti Bush people, but anyone that still can vote for Bush after seeing this movie is an apologist for the worst regime ever to have held power in US history. It really is about the Bush-Saudi connections and it's very well laid out.

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