Monday, June 28, 2004
From Brian about Farenheit 9/11.
"- The woman who lost her son in Iraq was a very sympathetic person. Who doesn't feel for a mother who has lost her son? I cannot be the only person who caught this, but I think others have and are afraid to mention it for fear of seeming insensitive. (I myself have wavered over writing this, and I only get 150 hits a day.) The woman who lost her son said that when she was told, "she dropped the phone." I thought I heard that wrong, but a moment later she said she was all alone and had "no one to hold her up." I was outraged. The United States military informs next of kin directly, without exception, no matter where they are. For example, they went deep into the mountains in Mexico to inform a lost soldier's mother directly. I am not calling the woman a liar, but I am sure that Moore intended to leave the impression that our military is completely insensitive."
Is anyone else thinking what I was thinking while reading this? Moore coached her into saying it was a phone call instead of a face to face meeting. There's correction number one for Truthenheit Like the name? Good work, Brian.

The Only Thing Necessary For Evil To Triumph
Is For Good Men To Do Nothing