You seem reasonable, you might be interested in this article:
Last November, as John Kerry conceded and President Bush declared his second presidential victory — both graciously and in a spirit of unity (to the extent that is possible after two years of contentious campaigning) — Michael Moore did what a sore loser does: He displayed a collage of dead soldiers on his Web site, their faces collectively forming an image of President Bush.
Each election season typically includes its own share of ugliness, yet such low blows sting all the more during wartime, particularly when U.S. troops become a sparring point.
Moore’s collage sadly represents what he does best: He peddles images that make his political points, inconven-ient realities be damned. He’s unconcerned with fair debates over why we’re deployed where we are: The mythology of his election season movie, “Fahrenheit 9/ññ,” has been well chronicled.
Thankfully, Byron York’s new book, “The Vast Left Wing Conspiracy” (Crown Forum) has just put what should be the last nail in Moore’s “Fahrenheit 9/11” coffin. In it, the National Review White House Correspondent explains that the movie didn’t even do as well as Moore claimed it did: “Every single state that Bush won in 2000, it was the number-one film in it,” was the grandstander’s contention. Think again. Try: It did very well in blue states and in Canada — in other words, the performance one might have expected from an anti-war movie, the hopes of the Democratic National Committee to the contrary. -snip-
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I am reasonable, and thank you for noticing! Why doesn’t anyone else think this way? I can understand why this would bother people. But I have also seen some people who have lost some of their loved ones who were honored to have their loved ones in that collage. It can go both ways! It really just all depends on which end you are looking at it from!! But I do see your point. Really I can see it from both points of view.