For those of u who haven't seen "Fahrenheit 9/11"- I urge u to see it before November's election.And for those of u who have seen it & didn't agree with it (for whatever brainwashed reason) then I suggest u see it again. If u still can't see thru the Bush administration then see it again until u can.
If the Iraqis had wanted freedom from Saddam, then they would have pursued it regardless of the human cost of Iraqi life, and well, I'm sure after they initiated it, Saddam would have struck back with such brutal force that the world, including the Middle Eastern community, would not have been able to consciously sit by and watch innocent people being slaughtered.
You have good points. But I still think that it was up to the Iraqi people to initiate the toppling of the regime - at whatever cost of human life. And worldwide consensus is that Rwanda was the biggest tragedy of recent times. That is why they are trying (but still failing) to fix the situation in Darfur.
I just want to say that Desi & The Chosen, u guys both said it perfectly!! U should be politicians.I swear that if Bush wins another term- I'm moving to France.
FYI- I am a die-hard conservative. Though.... after all the chaos Bush has caused, I'm ashamed to admit it.I'm far from obsessed w/the movie honey. Moore just tells it the way it is. The documentary is all FACT based. Hence....a documentary. You said you'd be pissed off seeing this movie. WHY? Afraid to confront the truth and the fact that Bush is nothing but a joke. 4 more years of this animal & we're going down!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1