Michael Moore. Say that name and conservatives east coast to west will be hard pressed not to launch into a righteous condemnation. This man, they declare, is responsible for one of the most successful propaganda campaigns in modern times thanks to the release of his documentary (sic) titled Fahrenheit 9/11, which won the top prize at the Cannes Film Festival in May. Under the guise of “caring for the troops” and a desire to “get the truth out,” they will claim that Moore is responsible for taking the most important undertaking of our lifetime – the war on terror – and making a mockery of the Bush administration’s efforts at fighting terror. It’s no secret that there’s not a shred of love lost between conservatives in this country and Michael Moore. There’s not a Bush-supporting conservative, whether they be in Congress or elsewhere, who will hesitate to tell you their opinion on the controversial filmmaker.
They pretty much mirror what many other conservatives say about him but I wanted to get them posted here (reposting my thoughts from a political forum):