Most patriotic film ever |

Most patriotic film ever

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Dear Editor:You can disagree with Michael Moore’s opinions and his often patronizing conclusions all you want. But you can’t, after all, refute his facts.Moore’s movie has done more than merely free up the pundits and the disgruntled military generals to speak out, or make timid reporters actually dig for truth again. He has done more than help put surprising words of dissent and criticism back into the mouths of members of Congress and the major media. He has, in short, made middle America think again. He has cracked the GOP’s frozen ideological sea, showed us all one thing we have so desperately forgotten: America does not, after all, have to be this way, and its citizens do, in fact, have a choice. And, for that reason, “Fahrenheit 9/11” is perhaps the most wonderfully patriotic film ever made. Jeff HollidayAspen

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