>> So you listen to Rush Limbaugh three hours per day to keep up with his line of argument? <<And O'Reilly. I assume he never misses an episode of O'Reilly. Seriously, I'm tired of the "if you haven't seen it, you have no basis for knocking it" argument with respect to Michael Moore movies. Like an episode of Limbaugh or O'Reilly, you know what you're going to get. And you know what their arguments are going to be. And you know how they will present their position.Anyone who holds this position is not competent, by using their own argument against them, to criticize Limbaugh and his position on something if they did not listen to the piece in question.I've seen enough Moore to know what he does and how he does it. I don't feel I have to watch every minute of every Moore work to have a pretty good idea of what it entails. Having said that, I plan to see it someday, but not in a way that will fatten his coffers.#29
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