Thursday, June 24, 2004

The Cincinnati Post: Bush backers slam movie

The Cincinnati Post: "Conservative outcry won't deter some local viewers, who say they're curious to see what all the fuss is about.
'I'm just going for a different perspective and to see what Michael Moore has to say,' said Andy Studer, 22, of Grants Lick, Ky., who said his political views lean slightly to the right and that he is neither for nor against the war in Iraq.
University of Cincinnati graduate student Molly McCaffrey, 34, of Clifton, said she looks forward to seeing 'Fahrenheit 9/11' because she was impressed by Moore's 2002 film, 'Bowling for Columbine,' for which he won an Academy Award.
'Michael Moore was able to present the facts in a way that was so unbiased,' she said. 'He's so honest and real, which I really like.'
McCaffrey, a Democrat, shares some of Moore's views on Bush: she doesn't believe the U.S. was justified in declaring war on Iraq, and she disagrees with many of the administration's policies. "

By Amanda Van Benschoten
Post staff reporter


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