By Brittney Craigo

It's quite long, so I'll just post a couple good parts and a link.

Here\'s the link
Now quotes:

The movie opens with the 2000 election. I was baffled to hear Moore claim that “numerous investigations said that Gore won Florida.” Which numerous investigations were these? The New York Times1, the Washington Post,2 and USA Today,3 reported the same consensus after both recounts: George W. Bush won ...
... As the movie notes, the Bush family was connected to the Bin Ladens, (who claim to have disowned Osama), through the Carlyle Group. But the Carlyle group is a highly connected D.C. firm that specializes in aerospace and defense investments, so good luck finding any government official who isn’t tied to the Bin Ladens. Even George Soros, who is probably the most anti-Bush figure in America right now, has 100,000,000 dollars invested in the Carlyle Group; ...
The Bush-Bin Laden “connection” all comes into play as we “learn” that the White House allowed the Bin Laden family to fly out of America after the attacks ... Richard Clark, the ex terrorism czar who recently wrote a book denouncing the Bush administration, admitted that it was his own sole decision to allow the Bin Ladens to fly out of the country.
This is obviously just small parts of the essay that I thought were interesting. I would just copy the whole thing, but it wouldn't fit. I recommend that you all read it tho, it seems that some ideas about Bush are inaccurate. Also, before commenting: RTFA.
Those who say do not know.
Those who know do not say.