Has Michael Moore Become More Radical In His Work?
you forgot the option for 'don't care'
Sorry. Any reason for your negative response to this thread?
Sorry. No need to be so rude about it! You didnt need to reply to the topic!
Couch potato? How would you know if he is a couch potato?
He certainly seems to get around a lot. Been reading his column on his experiences at the RNC. Quite good actually.
I wouldn't say he's lacking details compared to his previous works. I remember reading Downsize This and thinking it by far the weakest of his books. Dude Where's My Country seems a lot better on the details, although neither reads as well as Stupid White Men.
May I ask what is his great collection of work he has durin his career???
I dnt kno how he can become more radical,he is hardly a genius when it comes to literature but still...
Hes good but not radical but I havent read much of his stuff how has it changed??
To be frank, I don't think his being "a fatass" has anything to do with what he's saying.
Yes, his stuff is propaganda, but he raises some important points that people wouldn't hear about otherwise. Somebody has to question the administration to make sure they're acting in the interests of the electorate.
His points are often crude and I find his personal vendetta against GWB rather tiring. There are points to be made and I commend him for bringing some important ideas to the public but he is still effectively a liberal.
Is being a liberal a bad thing then?
And there are plenty of people in the world who hate Dubya.
who gives a crap, he's a fat ugly moron