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Go see the movie

Like many people, I wasn’t going to see “Fahrenheit 9/11.” But I decided I would. I felt it would be better to be open-minded about the whole thing, especially since so many people say it was a good film. Also, I wanted to be prepared to argue why it wasn’t, and I felt that the only way to do that intelligently was to actually see it.

Well, this is what I came away with: We can’t bury our heads in the sand anymore. If you love your country and care about our military, you should go see the movie. I urge you to do so. No, I beg you to do it. If you’re paying attention at all to what’s happening to our great nation, you need to be aware of all the facts. And Moore does that, regardless of what the naysayers say. Please see the movie. You’ll be glad you did. I was.

R. Bright

Grass Valley

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