Controversial director Michael Moore's film Fahrenheit 9/11 has become the first documentary to top the United States box office charts.
The documentary links President George W Bush with powerful families in Saudi Arabia, including that of Osama Bin Laden, and attacks his actions before and after 11 September.
It took almost $22million in its first three days according to studio estimates.
Mr Moore's film won the prestigious Palme d'Or prize at the Cannes Film Festival in May and has already broken single-day box records during a limited release in New York.
Have you seen Fahrenheit 9/11? Did it live up to your expectations?
Read a selection of your earlier comments below.
Even looking beyond the blatant portrayal of George W Bush as a bumbling incompetent, Fahrenheit 9/11 is a stinging indictment of the Bush administration's malfeasance and conflicts of interest in the US efforts to combat terrorism. This president has squandered opportunities, resources, the goodwill of our allies and countless lies. He and his henchmen are war criminals and I applaud Mr. Moore for having the courage to expose the crimes.
Winston Lancaster, Sacramento, California
As one who has been involved in researching many years of seriously flawed US policy, I must say, there was not much in the film that truly shocked me. However, it is very powerful and moved me in a way that is hard to summarize here. It must be seen, but having said that, those who see it must understand that Michael Moore is just beginning to scratch the surface. If you enjoy the film, it is time you start doing some research of your own to broaden your mind!
Andreas, London, Canada
This "film" seeks only to spread hate and further divide America. Moore is hatemongering and closed minded. If you don't agree with his views everyone thinks you're some kind of idiot. I think Moore is just a big jerk --and he looks bad on camera too.
Mike, New York, USA
It is a sad day for the "free" press in America when I have to pay to see the other side of a story in a theatre. FOX news press members take notice, money can be made in putting the liberal view out for the public to see.
David Link, Talala, Oklahoma, USA
I would not pay to see such a liberal movie that is a designed to slam Bush and those leaders in America. Michael Moore has a right to make movies but please don't slam the government if you can't provide a solution.
Justin Sinclair, DC, USA
What a film! I swear every theatre across Chicago was sold-out for each showing. It really presented a refreshing point of view with different ideas and an unveiling of pertinent facts that had mostly been hidden/covered-up from the general public. And of course, it is biased! It is meant to be! Most people, more specifically, liberals and right-wingers, are biased whether they blatantly state it or not. At least Michael Moore has the guts to expose his biases and get the globe thinking and reacting, whether positively or negatively. Besides, someone has to cause controversy, it is what keeps society progressing and improving.
Kendra, Chicago, USA
After seeing F9/11 yesterday, our departure was not overseen by ushers, but by cops. When was the last time that a film required the deployment of the local constabulary? The fear-culture that this administration has created, so poignantly highlighted in this movie, was exemplified by this act; what will Americans do when they see images that the popular press have chosen not to show?
Andrew Jenkins, Atlanta, GA, USA
The film hasn't come out in Mexico yet, so I haven't had the chance to see it. What is wonderful is that he is presenting information from a different perspective, something that has been lacking in recent years.
Mr Moore did an excellent job with this film. Even in the most conservative parts of Atlanta, GA people have flocked to this movie and are clapping at his presentation of the corruption in the Bush administration.
Thomas Owens, Atlanta, GA
Whether you agree or disagree with Mr. Moore's viewpoint, this is an excellent film because it causes folks to think. If it achieves nothing else, I hope it moves people across America to become active in their communities, and get out and vote. Everyone should see this film (in spite of the "R" rating) if only to see that war is not a 'precise' endeavour (as our leaders' suggest).
Ron Garrett, Denver, Colorado, USA
Do not let propagandists label this film propaganda. Even when you discount 95% of this film, the remainder containing shot after shot of the Bushes and White House members with the Saudis are riveting, especially in light of their enormous ties. Artistically, I found this film to be extremely creative, original, and about a thousand cuts above what Hollywood and U.S. TV unleashes on the public each year.
James Barr, Northport, NY, USA
In F9/11 Michael Moore took great leaps of logic and used some clever editing to prove his points but the facts were right. F9/11 is a masterpiece.
Naomi, Arlington, VA
I saw a pirate copy of the film on the net. All i can say is Bush is like Dr Death from Austin Powers film.
Jim Carter, Reading
Everyone should watch this movie and those who don't are being left out in the dark. GOD BLESS MICHAEL MOORE! He has really done what no other man has done and that is stand up against Bush.
Ali Manek, Toronto, Ontario
I have just arrived home from seeing F9/11, and I will say simply this. The film need not be seen by Bush detractors, but cries out to be seen by Bush defenders. If I were one, I'd be torn between anger and embarrassment. Both emotions would stem from the same source.
Kurt Godden, United States
I plan to see this movie, though I don't know much about Moore. After seeing all sorts of propaganda put forth by the administration, it's only fair to see the other side of the story.
Adam, Ottawa, Canada
Michael Moore bent facts to get his point of view across, resulting in entertainment. George Bush & Tony Blair did also bend facts to get their point of view across, resulting in untold misery and death to Iraqis, Americans, British soldiers & civilians.
Sayilen, Bangalore, India
It's amazing how all the Bush apologists speak with one voice to condemn Moore's "lies". But none of them have seen the movie! I just saw it this evening and thought it was opinionated but fair. Most of the points he makes are part of the public record. I think some Americans are desperate to believe that they weren't suckered. If that's you, then don't see this movie.
Dean Campbell, Pennsylvania USA
An entertaining movie, but one showing a strong bias and lack of willingness to let the other side speak. I think Americans are too wise to be manipulated in this manner. Moore doesn't help dispel the common view that the liberals are out of touch with Middle America. This film will help Bush in the end.
Ed, San Francisco, USA
AS Moore says, democracy is not a spectator sport. If you're an American, you owe it to democracy to see this film, contemplate its contents and suggestions, and take action. America has been sedentary for far too long!!
Julia Hernandez, Poughkeepsie, NY
America is more interested in the Michael Jackson abuse or some other current scandal than real news about our country. If anything, this movie will hopefully get people to do some research themselves and find out what is true and not true. The Bush team has put out so much dis-information and the old technique of bait and switch that it all becomes confusing to know what is real and not real. If the rest of the world can see Bush's record and his lies to the world community then hopefully America will be able to as well come election day, or God help us all.
Zach, Seattle, USA
Just saw Fahrenheit 9/11.It was a very good movie! I recommend everyone go seeing! I think it was very truthful! The only lies are lies that the Bush Admin spread. Before 9/11 Bush Admin said: Iraq doesn't have WMD and after 9/11 they said Iraq does have WMD!
Donnie Bright, Kent, WA
I saw the movie this morning. I read most of the information in the news but by putting it all in one place, connecting all the dots and by all of the controversy being created I am hoping more people will get hold of the facts, check them out for themselves and come to their own conclusions. The more people that have the most factual information the better we as a country will be come November.
Charles E, New Jersey, USA
Have to admit that the movie is actually well made. Question still persists - does it speak to the facts or is it entirely biased? That will continue to be a topic of debate.
Vikrant K, Houston, Texas
My partner and I went to see the film at the Metreon, in San Francisco, last night. We'd bought tickets for the 12.01am showing, as we wanted to see the very first showing in the Bay Area. We arrived at the theatre at about 11.15pm, and the atmosphere was utterly festive! This was more party than late-night-movie-showing. As it turned out, the 12.01am showing sold out (1000+ seats?), so two more theatres were opened for showings at 12.05am and 12.20am. Personally, I thought the film very sad, and hardly propagandistic. Moore is presenting his side of the debate through a series of images, building from the election of 2000 through the current butchery in Iraq; and, as the movie goes forward, the tension and sadness sort of mount, in parallel. At the end, although inspired, I felt so sad for the people whose lives have been destroyed by this criminal regime; but, perhaps more important, I felt almost hopeless, really, because it really seems as if the corruption is so deep that it can never be uprooted. We've lost our country.
Chris Edmonds, Walnut Creek, California
I saw the first showing of the film available to me and was blown away by the power of it. I was already aware of most all of the facts the movie presented, and I found that the most moving parts of the film where the times when Moore let the words of American soldiers and their loved ones speak for themselves. Even though Moore expresses his opinion a great deal in the film, it is truly a documentary with a strong focus on what has happened to average people in both the US and in Iraq. I advise everyone to see this film. And one more slightly unconnected point: I hope everyone sees the irony of this film being distributed by Lion's Gate Films - a Canadian company. Thank you Canada for doing what so many Americans were afraid to do.
Anna Phillips, Lafayette, CA, USA
I am looking forward to seeing this movie. I realize the Michael Moore takes facts and bends them to portray his point of view. But it is after all, his film. While I did not agree with everything in the films Roger and Me and Bowling for Columbine, I did find many of the facts portrayed to ring true. The Bush Administration has been trying to eliminate all negative press concerning his party and himself since taking office. Mr Moore should be able to express himself in any way he likes. That's the wonderful thing about living in democratic countries that allow free speech. Isn't that why Mr Bush and his administration claim to have chosen to invade Iraq in the first place?
Tonya, Toronto, Canada
It never ceases to amaze me how people can comment and criticize what they have not seen. Many of the respondents filed their remarks before the film even opened. I guess no one has ever accused them of having an open mind. I intend to watch the film and then establish my viewpoint.
Jeffrey, Indiana, USA
In reading through these comments I was startled at the number of people who state with 100% certainty that this film contains falsehoods. Of those, not even one gave an example or any analysis beyond calling Michael Moore a liar. I wish it had been that easy exposing the lies that led to the Iraq war.
Mike, Boulder, USA
The movie was biased and mostly one-sided. However, Mr Moore has the right to air his views and speak his mind, which most of my fellow Americans seem to forget.
Louis, Miami, FL, USA
He will only be preaching to the choir that oppose Bush. I will not be seeing this movie simply because it is packed with outright lies. I would like to see Moore get sued but Bush will probably just ignore him. He will not sway anyone's thinking.
Todd, Virginia, USA
Slanted? Yes, it expresses his opinion and he's entitled. I'm also seeing more and more Kerry bumper stickers.
Gale, San Diego, USA
Michael Moore is such an pretentious self seeking bore that even if his film was any good I would not see it because of my revulsion of him.
Chris Benge, Vancouver, Canada
Truth always hurts. All those people who detest Mr Moore are completely unaware of America's foreign policies and are the slaves of media. This movie uncovers the truth. America always had strong ties with Saudi Arabia because of its wealth and 9/11 was premeditated and Mr Bush was well aware of it. It was a perfect excuse for him to attack Afghanistan and then later Iraq.
I don't get you guys. The Bush family relationship with the Saudi Royal family is well established and public record. Everyone who pays attention to such things has always known this. What, because Michael Moore says it, it's all of a sudden not true? How bizarre. Bush could say the sky was green and you guys would back him.
This movie was made to make people more aware of the behind the scenes activities. I appreciate Moore's perspective, and information. Biased or not, the facts are still facts, no matter how they are presented.
Teresa, Houston, Texas
It appears that this movie is doing exactly what Mr Moore wanted: creating dialogue. This is the richest debate our country has seen regarding the decisions of this administration. Believing Mr Moore isn't the issue - American policy, the system of government, and election processes are. Thanks to Mr Moore for giving us the space and the impetus to have a discussion in a critical election year.
Robyn, Bethlehem, USA
What's truly sad is how many people in the general public and media give Moore a free pass for demagoguery. While he acknowledges it to be entertainment, he presents material as irrefutable facts. Just because Moore is polemical from the opposite direction (vs Fox News) doesn't make his film noble, informative, or accurate. He is a disservice to those with legitimate objections and criticism of this flawed administration.
While I found Roger and Me to be a provocative piece of work, it was the distorted Bowling for Columbine that showed Mr Moore's true colours. I haven't seen F 9/11 and don't know if I will, but if the trailers are any indication, Mr Moore's erratic slide to the left has continued.
Angelo Morata, Chicago, USA
Although perhaps not 100% factually accurate, Mr Moore's documentary is a must see for every American as well as the international viewer. The bottom line is not whether Mr Moore is right or wrong, but the fact it will kick start the needed debate on change in American leadership.
Axel, Washington DC
I'm going to see the movie tonight with an open mind. Anyone who knows Michael Moore's work knows that he carefully chooses the facts that best serve the story he wishes to tell. That doesn't mean that there are not other facts that would tell a different story. I do not believe that he lies or tells deliberate falsehoods. He's just economical with the truth. But, can the same be said of President Bush? Ultimately, what does more harm? A film directory who distorts the truth, or a President who distorts the truth? I think that the world is currently seeing the results of the latter.
Jon, San Francisco, US (ex-UK)
I saw it last night at a midnight screening. All I can say is this is a powerful film. People who claim Moore is a liar and a bad filmmaker obviously haven't seen the film. Bush is his own worst enemy in this one. 85% of the film is video footage of the President making false claims, telling lies to the public, showing his love for the wealthy Saudis, and generally being a complete pompous ass. The film is touching, funny at times and heart wrenching. It's a must see for all Americans, and the world too.
Pugsley, Cleveland, Ohio
The movie is slanted, but in the opposite direction of much of the "news" programming available in the US. At least it is humorous, to some extent. It also brings up some scary stuff, such as the fact that many bills which are passed are not even read completely by the lawmakers passing them. It does make one stop and think.
Zay Hartigan, Patagonia, USA
I will see it tonight, in a sold-out cinema. I can hardly wait to feel even more disenchantment and outrage than I already do.
John MacGinnis, Berkeley, CA, USA
While I remain undecided whether I'll see Mr Moore's film, I defend his right to have it shown in theatres. What are Republicans so afraid of in this movie that they would resort to such vehement tactics to discredit it?
John, Crestwood, Kentucky
I saw the film and I am staunch Kerry supporter. However, I have to be honest; the movie is really distorted and biased. Moore could have made the same film about John Kerry, Tony Blair, or Jacques Chirac and made them all look like corrupt idiots. I don't like Bush, but he is not the person Moore made him out to be. People who want to hate the US or Bush will believe whatever is presented to them true or untrue to justify their hatred.
John, Detroit, Michigan
I've been a fan of Mr Moore's films and books for some time. I'm looking forward to seeing his latest work. You either love him or hate him. Pro-Bush Americans are always going to say he spreads lies. What Mr Moore is trying to do is open the eyes of these American's to the fact that the Bush administration has brainwashed them into thinking everything is "A Okay", when Bush has ruined this once great country.
Josh, Brit living in Tacoma, USA
I have booked my ticket for next week in advance. A common criticism of Moore is that his work falls short of journalistic standards and for that reason should be discounted. The problem with this argument is that Moore is not a journalist and by his own admission doesn't make 'news'. He is a film-maker and opinion-peddler who uses established fact in such a way as to articulate his viewpoint. The significance of this film lies in the connection of its message with the majority of ordinary Americans, not in the infallibility of what's being presented, or lack thereof. Moore's film will encourage reflection and debate and is worthy of seeing if only because it acts as a counter to the rose-tinted war presented to us by the American mainstream media, which is too often patriotic at the expense of cold, raw reality.
Matthew, Santa Monica, California
I can't wait until tonight when I see this movie! My hope is that people here in the USA will see what fools the Bush group is making of them.
Dee, Seattle, USA
It has no deeper meaning than just being entertainment, Moore's works lack journalistic integrity. Unfortunately the delivery of news through most media has become entertainment, the entertainment of the bias of the recipient.
Lisa, San Francisco, Republic of California
Mr Moore's movie serves to "straighten out" the "crooked barrel of snakes" that the Iraq war has become. This administration has played on our post 9/11 fears to accomplish an as yet undetermined foreign policy objective. I say undetermined because it changes depending on the day of the week. When will we ever learn to take responsibility? More importantly, when will we stop trying to establish sympathetic governments only to have to remove them years later?
Demian, NY, USA
This movie is another nail in the coffin of liberalism in America. The number of distortions of facts and pure collages is mind boggling. I would not waste money watching it.
Sam, New York
Moore lies, Moore propaganda. That is all I can say after having watched this so-called documentary.
George, New York City, USA
If Moore's intentions are truly patriotic, in that he has true concerns for the direction the USA if headed, and he is doing his best to be honest with this film then I admire, respect and applaud him. If he is slanting or withholding facts to suit a bias or political agenda, or worse simply for financial gain, then I hate and despise his film and his intentions. What is it Michael? I plan to see the film tomorrow. I'll finalise my judgement then.
Jason, Detroit, USA
Regardless of political perspective, this is an entertaining movie. It should not, however, be viewed as an accurate documentary but rather as pure propaganda. Most Americans have already made up their mind about Michael Moore and I don't see this as impacting the election. If you hate Bush you'll think it's all true. If not, you'll think its just more hot air from a discredited demagogue. Worth the price of admission and a bucket of popcorn if you ask me.
Duncan, New Jersey, USA
This is just a movie, it won't make or break the upcoming elections in any way. Mr Moore has a well-known history of making leftist propaganda pieces, so I don't think that the film will have the "shock value" for Americans that many Europeans have noted. We're already familiar with Mr Moore's character assassination squad from his previous films. My advice: Go see "Shrek 2" instead...
Ryan Crockett, Chicago, USA
Mr Moore is a gifted filmmaker, though his "documentaries" are more shill for the left, than anything. Nothing he's done has been unbiased, or varied in its view. Anti-gun, anti-Republican, and anti corporation. If it walks, talks, and smells like a Democrat, it usually is.
Brian, NYC, USA
I'm going to wait for the DVD. Even though I think Moore is vile and dishonest, I enjoy the antics of his films.
Fahrenheit 9/11 is nothing more than the personal view of Michael Moore. He is entitled to his personal views, but the film is nothing more than a piece of political propaganda and should be treated as such! I thought a documentary presented an "objective" opinion.
J.S. Dixon, Granby, CT, USA
Awesome film! It's time to bring the real criminals to justice. Instead of doing the real job of identifying and helping to reign in the Al-Qaeda threat, Mr Bush has put the world in more danger than before through this illegal and poorly executed war in Iraq.
Dave, Irvine, CA, USA
I had the opportunity to watch this film and it had the direct opposite effect on me than Michael Moore's intention. Any semi-intelligent human being can see that his movie is 100 percent biased. If he could have provided a more even-handed approach then it could have had made the impression that he wanted. However, he misses the mark with his obvious hatred. Nice try and good luck next time Michael Moore.
Brian Quinn, Pittsburgh, USA
I have only seen the trailers at the moment. It does appear to show political corruption in high places and ineptitude at the highest place. Despite being given an "M" rating it is a film all must see. Why? Because it will make one think. It will really do the job of what the press should be doing; asking questions, something that is sadly lacking. We have a tabloid type mentality i.e. the Clinton-Lewinsky affair. That happened years ago. What is happening now, is depicted in Michael Moore's film. See it and decide!
Mike, Brisbane, Australia
The movie is what I expected: lies and liberal propaganda. Michael Moore represents the radical left and is widely unpopular here in USA, that is why Disney would not show his movie, out of fear of backlash from American consumers.
Will, Palm Beach, Florida
The movie is funny, sad and moving. Don't miss it. Any American who thinks George W Bush is a great leader needs to explain why he just sat there in the Florida classroom biting his lip after hearing about the attack on the US. I hope that young Americans are smarter than Britney Spears when she states in the movie "we should just trust him"(GWB). Why? Give me just one good reason.
GW Bush is happy to be part of the elite "my base" sending off young poor people to die. For what? Do not say freedom because you are fooling yourself if you do. I think that the Republicans have controlled our media long enough. Of course this movie is propaganda, but that doesn't mean that it is false. Time to fight back and to get back our country!
Nicole, Hillsborough, California
I saw the film tonight (9:40 p.m., June 25). Only 2 theatres in Boston are showing it - hardly appropriate for the number of people wanting to see it. It was sold out 3 days in advance. The hardest hitting elements of this film to me are the compilation of file-footage video clips of Bush. I don't think Moore has to be untruthful to make the case that Bush is unpresidential - when Bush does that very well himself.
Clearly this technique is effective because the republicans are using strong-arm tactics to discredit the film-maker and prevent it from being seen. This film will prevent Bush's re-election - walking out of the theatre I noticed how much debate it sparked. I wish that Moore will release the rest of the material that he has compiled.
Paul, Boston, MA
It is high time that a bit of reality was seen by the American public. We can not rely on our television news sources, our daily newspapers, and certainly not the Bush administration for the whole truth. Thank you, Michael Moore. See this movie and bring a friend with you!
Ransom Baldasare, Austin, TX USA
Just saw the film and can't believe how slanted the American media has become. There are important historical images and stories in this film that I can't believe I've never seen in the news. Not to give anything away, but the first twenty minutes really opened my eyes. The facts are there. It's hard to deny. Thank you Michael Moore for stirring political debate in this country in hope that our future leaders aren't as inept and incompetent as both the Republican and Democratic leaders clearly are today.
Gray, Dallas, Texas
Those complaining of "bias", "lies" and "propaganda" are holding Moore to a higher standard then the Bush Administration. Why are you holding a filmmaker (who has never claimed to be neutral) to a higher standard than the president?
Carolyn, Menlo Park, California
I saw it in Cannes. Nothing new and nothing original. Everybody knows that Bush has less intelligence than a brick.
Pedro Sere, Brussels, Belgium
I saw Fahrenheit 9-11 today. Don't believe the claim that one person made here, that Michael Moore is 'widely unpopular in America'. That couldn't be further from the truth. The movie is sold out all across America. People are thirsty for the truth. We can't get it from our government. Thankfully we have Mr. Moore to help us wade our way through the mess that Bush has made.
The movie is brilliant, powerful and mind-numbing with the facts. Every person who says they truly care about America should see this film. It's not full of lies. It's full of the truth. I can see why it would be hard for a Bush supporter to see this film. If they see it, they will have to admit they were wrong about him.
Renee Humphrey, San Diego, CA. USA
I watched this film and it has confirmed my belief that as a society, Americans are clueless at times. If people spent as much time reading and comparing information as they do watching reality T.V., our political sector wouldn't be in the current state we find it in. America needs to stop putting these public service officials on pedestals and start holding them accountable for their actions.
I am not just talking of Bush either. Washington needs new blood injected into both parties, but we need to start with the thieves in the current administration.
Darrel Gilliard, Hoboken, NJ
I can't believe that critics are still debating if the movie is good or not. The fact is that if the information in the movie is correct, there is nothing more to talk about. Do the relationships between the Bin Laden and the Bush exist? Are all the corporate corrupted links a true story?
There were times when I wanted to throw up. The human cost of the lies told for the benefit of an elite group is disgusting. This is a call for everyone with a conscience to stand and demand that we are heard.
Steven, Brooklyn, USA
I haven't seen the movie and probably won't get a chance to see it. You see in South Dakota (Republican stronghold) the movie conglomerates have decided not to show the film. The reason they gave was that it is a documentary film and documentary films do not do as well as films like "Spiderman". They claim that there was no politics behind the decision. I find it interesting that the film was given an "R" rating and that conservative groups are trying to stop advertisements for it claiming that showing Bush in the ads makes it a political campaign advertisement!!!
Pete, South Dakota, USA
Michael Moore is a true national treasure! We need more muck-rakers like him! I only hope this film will open some eyes here in the USA in time for the election on November 2nd. Anyone seeing the film can't help but wonder what Bush was thinking on Sept. 11 as he sat in that elementary school classroom for 7 minutes before the Secret Service insisted he leave!
Daniel Nero, Los Angeles USA
Just got back from seeing it. Sad is the first word that comes to mind. Angry is the second. Comments around me were a mixed bag of surprise, anger, incredulousness and grief. I think the movie expresses a lot of what people are feeling. Worth seeing.
In terms of whether or not Mr. Moore distorts the facts, people will see what they want to see. I thought it is an extremely well made film. The matinee showing that I attended was packed, and people applauded after the film was complete, which I rarely see.
J, VA, USA
QUOTE Nowadays everybody is blaming America for everything. It is true that America has done something wrong. But America is not about doing the right things all the time; America is about the ability to correct things once they go wrong (by means of free press and democracy).
The anti-America posts I read on BBC are very, very similar to the anti-democracy propaganda of the Chinese communist government: every time something goes wrong with America, people will jump up and shout things like: "This is the so-called democracy of America". I think that is more than just biased, that is stupid.
Zhou Zheng Yi, Shanghai
Someone else take the wheel please, we are sick of driving.
Matt, New York City, USA
Although no country would benefit from a US failure in Iraq, an American success in Iraq could also have dire consequences for the rest of the world. America's ambition to bring "democracy" to Iraq, regardless of how noble the cause, had been a huge gamble for the neo-cons' foreign policy as well as a spit in the face for the UN and the rule of international law. (Bring democracy to Iraq)
Yann Chambrier, Hong Kong
The US has the greatest demand for immigration "into" the US then any country. Does any thinking person wonder why? The US has never shown interest in empire building. Confirm "one" since WW1. These claims are by people who cannot accept that some people will sacrifice themselves to do right for the benefit of others, because they won't.
The real issue is the weakness of those who turn away from those in need and the shame they need to hide from by making false claims against those who don't. This is what the US, or any leader will need to deal with. The inadequate always try to pull the successful into failure to appease their own demons.
Jim H., Sudbury, MA USA
America is the world's only superpower because the sun set on Britain long, long ago.