What is everyones take on the movie and the election situation in general?? I saw the movie last week and thought it was pretty good from the standpoint that it was an entertaining documentary, not something I wish I didn't have to sit through. Facts wise, I'm still doing my research. Alot of the information I've heard before but there was definately some new tidbits that made me think. One of the things that got me was the Taliban visiting the US and the prez of Afghanistan working for/with Halliburton before taking office. Is it a skewed vision of what led up to 911?? Yeah, quite possibly. But at the same time, it hasn't been billed as "This is the cause of 9/11"; rather "This is what Bush could of/should of done". Overall, the whole situation was beyond what Bush could have done. Terrorists don't like us simply b/c we're American. I feel no matter who was in office, an attack would have happened eventually because of how we deal with the world. Election wise, I don't like Bush or Kerry. I don't trust either but for different reasons. Bush/Cheney are too secretive and there are too many inside dealings. Our government needs transparency. If it's for the people, by the people, of the people; then we, the people, need to know what the hell is going on and how it benefits our country. Kerry is too cavilier....I see visions of the Clinton era running through my head. He also doesn't seem to stand for anything, flip flopping on issues at overy photo op. His one saving grace is he chose Edwards as his running mate. I was really hoping that Edwards would get the nomination because he has a genuine interest in reforming government. He's also a southern boy, and the south produces leaders!!! I'd put Bush back in office if he gets rid of Cheney. Powell should be Bush's running mate; that would turn this race upside down.