Tuesday, June 26, 2007


Objective Facts, Anecdotal Stories, Flimsy Arguments

WorldNetDaily columnist Tom Snyder writes that "Michael Moore's new feebleminded documentary, 'Sicko,' relies on few objective facts. It is mostly an emotional defense, filled with anecdotal stories and flimsy arguments of a single-payer, national healthcare system run by the government."

Hmm. Few objective facts, filled with anecdotal stories, and flimsy arguments, if we didn't know better we'd say he was talking about the Bible.

Despite that lone, pathetically deranged review, Red State Rabble is looking forward to the release of "Sicko" in Kansas. RSR's uncle and aunt were at the world premiere in Moore's hometown of Traverse City, Michigan. They loved it.

Don't take my word for it though. Watch the trailer, then go see the film.


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