Moore does not compare tax rates or how tax money is appropriated. Instead, he focuses on the human interest generated by those losing homes or fighting lung disease caused by 9-11.
He knows how to make his case with carefully-reasoned storytelling and plaintive questions. He is wonderfully entertaining on the trip to Guantanamo Bay and in the movie's final shot with the Capitol in the background.
Whether you love or hate this film-maker, he raises some concerns about health care that Americans will be forced to address as the baby boomers age. Thanks for reopening the health care discussion, Michael Moore.
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