Keep on Rockin in the Free World! Great tune! I am so glad Moore ends Fahrenheit 9/11 with that tune- quite appropriate and it kicks ass. I saw it last week and enjoyed it. Yes, there will be lots of criticisms that Moore is biased. But he never says he's not. Sure he's on the left-wing, but that's not such a terrible thing. You got to wonder why all these folks are out to bash Moore, why Jeb Bush's Florida threatened Disney with tax consequences if they released the flick, why republicans sought to boycott the theaters showing the movie, why some tried to call it campaign advertising. Or why people are so afraid of a little free speech. Go to the movie, make up you're own mind. There are a couple of things that stood out to me- (1) the connections between the Bush family and the Saudis, including the Bin Ladens, which makes me wonder if all this close government- business relationship that the Bush family has enjoyed for the last few years is really a good thing for the US. The ties are quite disturbing to say the least. (2) The pictures- We might not like the pics that Moore uses but they are telling us something about Iraq and the middle east. Do US soldiers act so badly in Iraq? Not all, true, but some- or have we forgotten that whole prison thing already? (3) the bit where Bush is going on his campaign fund raising and he says to a crowd. "Some of call you the 'haves' and 'have mores'. I call you my base." Which makes you wonder if the current administration is really about making the rich richer and fucking everyone else. Have the poor and middle classes been fucked by GB. (4) American casualities. We have lost about 1000 people in Iraq. But we often forget about those guys who have lost arms and legs. Is he telling us stuff that we didn't know? Not really. In the past year a lot of this has come out. That Bush- Saudi-Bin Laden connection? House of Bush, House of Saud? http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/t...103-7017926-1035021?v=glance&s=books&n=507846 So yes, Moore is on the far left, but as in Bowling for Columbine, his point seems more to make you think than for you to reach conclusions. Would you trust a president whose family has made billions connected to the Bin Laden and Saudis? Could there be a bit of a vested interest there?