I'm not particularly a fan of George W. Bush's politics, and his work during his time as president, so it doesn't take a super conservative to see the fishiness that is Fahrenheit 9/11. I admire Moore for making, in my opinion, the most powerful piece of political propaganda in American cinema. He's an intelligent man, no doubt. But I don't admire how smug he is. The whole film has a self-aggrandizing quality to it, that seeps through Moore's narration. He talks with a lot of fake sincerity in his voice. It's as if what he knows everything there is to know about Bush, and he's such a genius for pointing it out. It doesn't take a genius to know that political selfishness was one of the many reasons why 9/11 happened. However, I don't believe that Bush was in bed with Bin Laden and the oil companies, and shed nary a tear when the towers came crashing down. Say what you will about Bush, he has a soul, and he was devastated over the attacks. I was entertained, but fairly annoyed at the arrogance of this movie. Sorry, Moore, you're a great filmmaker, but you don't fool me.