Bush and bin Laden are not exactly enemies. In fact, they have more similarities than most people think. This film is a propaganda, no doubt about it, but one can't deny that this documentary is engaging, emotionally gripping, and never ceases to amuse. Those who automatically reject Michael Moore's films without even seeing them once are at a loss. Personally, I prefer documentaries with a flair for the dramatic instead of a fact-driven, dull machine because it stirs up my emotions. That way, I am better able at evaluating certain arguments. To be reminded by Bush's nightmare of a regime is nice because the election is nearing. You can bet your bottom dollar that, if I do end up voting, I'll be voting for the other man (or woman). I've seen this picture multiple times but I find something new at each viewing. If that isn't great filmmaking, I don't know what is.