I doubt it will have an effect, much like the Kitty Kelly book. I'm more of the belief that people will change their minds for themselves when they feel they have a complete picture. People are so media savvy these days that they see Michael Moore's work as an advertisement for the Democratic Party. The debate was a success for John Kerry, not only because he performed well, but because he performed well with no apparent help.<br><br>Moore is a single source guy. That's fine as a document of his own thinking, but does not do much for people looking to make up their own mind.<br><br>-- Charlie Alpha Roger Yankee Whiskey<br>
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