Michael Moore Slams CNN (video)

Great video of Michael Moore nailing CNN and Wolf Blitzer.

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6 thoughts on “Michael Moore Slams CNN (video)

  1. annie says:

    I like Michael Moore, and good for him on CNN! I would like to see “Sicko”. but I am in a small city of 32,000, I will have to wait. I do respect Michael for what he trys to do. He takes a lot of flack..mostly from the right-wing. Al Gore gets all that flack, also. The right wing in Canada as well as the U.S They seem to find fault in all truth. Wake up America,…. and Canada, before it is too late

  2. Woman At Mile 0 says:

    I can relate to the small town movie thing Annie. I have lived in my share of small towns and waiting for the movie you wanted to see sometimes took 1-2 months (or longer) after the movie was first released. Very frustrating to hear everyone talk about it and not be able to go and see it. You will really enjoy it when you finally get the opportunity.
    Michael has dead-on accurate in his documentaries to date and its about time they stopped dismissing his work because he always winds up being right. I could sense that Wolf thought his criticism was justified and he took Michael’s complaints on the chin…as he should have.

  3. Steve V says:

    Wow, you don’t see that kind of exchange everyday. Blitzer actually took the barrage pretty well, probably because Moore was right. People will remember that Blitzer was Pentagon correspondent before he took the big chair, and he was always timid in criticizing the war in Iraq, for fear of alienating his former sources.

  4. Woman At Mile 0 says:

    Agreed Steve V. Michael is right to be angry for their dismissal of Fahrenheit 9/11 when he was right all along. It’s unfortunate that Blitzer’s good sources didn’t mean more than just repeating those sources spin attempts as news year after year. I think he was genuinely contrite though and goodness knows we all want someone to stand up and take responsibility for this Iraq mess.

    I see they executed the guy in China-head of the food and drug after the whole tainted food/drugs scandal. I think the problem goes even higher and deeper than this fall guy though. Somehow I doubt anyone will ever be brought to task even close to that in the US for the Iraq fraud and they believe in the death penalty down there.

    I don’t believe in the death penalty either but I do believe that problems need to be brought out into the open if they are ever going to be fixed.

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