http://movies.yahoo.com/mvc/dfrv?mi...28&i=0&spl=0&nn=1&ys=e_4acFmE72AOn6as9E5M4w-- Moore also showcases with startling precision the plight of the African-American community. Oftentimes, America looks at this race of peoples with disdain or insidious contempt. He shows that its not only the blacks that out in the trenches fighting for a country that thinks ill of them, but poor whites are out there as well. http://movies.yahoo.com/mvc/dfrv?mi...77&i=0&spl=0&nn=1&ys=7VKVpHoqfKWippRgnD7ZsA-- What of the Marine recruitors who literally targeted potential recruits as "fresh meat?" I don't have a clue what those recruitors were thinking. Michael Moore, Rush Limbaugh, whoever was behind the camera filming, you just don't say the type of things they were saying. Exploited indeed- praying off of the ignorance (and innocence) of uneducated, predominantly BLACK men in an attempt to nab enlistment for a cause losing support hardly embodies noble intentions or methods. I'm going to see this movie. :flamet: I suggest many of you do the same. Critics say Moore used and exploited victims of this war, and the tragedy. But the argument is critics missed this fact. Moore gave them a voice, and an outlet. The news media and critics never provided. After 9/11 I felt America would never right it's self before the world especially the African and Arab nations until they came clean and treated blacks in America right. I mean reparations. Respect, justice and equality in all matters. Pouring funds into inner citys and rebuilding homes, familys and communities they destroyed over the decades. We know we have been exploited, and it continues. The collapse of the economy was intentional to draw what is termed " fresh meat " , for the :fight: war effort.