Time Warner Audio Books
Date: October 7, 2003
Reviewed: Audio Cassette
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Nonfiction/politics / Political humor
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Where's My Country?
Moore, author of Stupid White Men, is back with a scathing
critique of President George Bush and the war in Iraq and the war
on terror. He begins with a series of questions he would like to
ask the president. One would require some medical research and listening
to the latest news, but the answer is there. How could Osama bin
Laden be able to plan and execute the attack of September 11, 2001
while needing dialysis? It is possible.
he lists the "whoppers" Mr. Bush has told us about invading
Iraq. He gives them labels like "whopper with cheese"
or "bacon whopper." You've heard all of them before, and
Mr. Moore lists his sources--credible or not--on his website.
this list, he begins a diatribe on the loss of some of our freedoms
in the name of Homeland Security. It seems he would rather deny
the possibility of further terrorist attacks and risk more lives
being lost than let the government tell him he cannot do something.
Though all men may be equal and the Iraqis deserve to live in freedom,
"it's not worth dying for."
listening here. Had our forefathers not thought freedom worth dying
for, we'd still be ruled by England, and we'd still be fighting
in Iraq. Though the war may have been started for all the wrong
reasons, we are in it. The more our citizens complain, the more
our troops will be attacked and killed in an effort to make the
government pull us out, just like in Vietnam. In my opinion, the
time to question our involvement in Iraq is after our people are
as I am entitled to my opinion, Mr. Moore is entitled to his. I
will let you, the reader, decide whether his book is worth your