Anybody who thinks that Bush's side of the story needs to be told or that in making this film Moore has somehow manipulated the facts is living in cloud cuckoo land...or Texas, or maybe Florida. Moore is skilfully turning the spotlight back on those who have abused it for so long and surprise, surprise, they don't like it.
"Its propaganda" they witter like the right wing press or Fox T.V. have never been guilty of such a thing. Of course it's propaganda and sometimes it's clumsily handled, shamelessly manipulating our emotions (Children's corpses, pre-invasion frolicking Iraq's, grief stricken mothers) but Moore made no bones about the fact he was looking to persuade the American Electorate to kick out Bush so he went for the jugular.
I consider myself fairly well informed on Dubya, and was surprised at the depth of the conspiracy surrounding 9/11 and it's when dealing with this that the film is most compelling. It loses focus when dealing with the more esoteric elements and Moores stunts generally fall flat.
And if you remain unconvinced about the self serving machiavellian forces at large in the Bush administration read a book by Economist Paul Krugman which is even more damning. I've watched this film knowing Bush was re-elected. I can only assume many Americans choose not to watch this film, or they flat out don't believe it. It's a sad indictment of their electorate or maybe there's another scandal waiting to be told.