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>
Just saw it. Don't think it will be swaying any votes. Most of the folks that see it already hate Bush. Those that love Bush want to dismiss it as 100% lies and inaccuracies. Those that are somewhere in the middle probably hear nothing but noise from the polar opposites.<br><br>
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