See movie first |

See movie first

Jeff Ackerman should probably see a movie before reviewing it. What is the fear of seeing the movie? Afraid of Michael Moore’s powers? Think your feeble mind will be affected by the movie?

I have seen the movie and found it to be very thought-provoking. The “deer in the headlights” look on the White House resident’s face when told of the attacks in New York was heartbreaking. As was the look on the soldier’s face when he spoke of losing a part of his soul everytime he killed someone.

You do not need to agree with Michael Moore, but you may wish to see, for yourself, what he has to say. I’m sure that you do not want to support Michael Moore by purchasing a ticket to his movie, so when I go on the Fourth of July to see the movie again, I will buy an additional ticket in your name.

Kirsten Davis

Grass Valley

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