Unfairenheit 9/11

I wasn’t very happy with Christopher Hitchens’ treatment of Bob Hope’s humorousness, or Ronald Reagan’s intelligence. But, he seems to be at the top of his game today when focusing on Michael Moore and his new Fahrenheit 9/11 film.

It’s possible that the difference is in my own prejudices for Hope and Reagan and against Moore. But, I really think that the difference is in the quality and correctness of Hitchens’ analysis.

In other words, go read this.

UPDATE: If anybody is still confused about whether this film is an honest criticism of the Bush administration’s handling of 9/11 and the War on Terror, or a one-sided attempt to deceive people, they should please read this article by Dave Kopel.

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