- An interview with the soldier who lost both hands, who was proud to have served our country, believes in what the U.S. is doing in Iraq, and was never interviewed by Moore at Bethesda Hospital. Moore used footage from a completely different interview without the soldier's permission. The young man was incensed about this, and called Moore a liar.
- A telling item was Ed Koch relating how not very long after the horrific events of 9/11 Michael Moore told him that "we were making too much of a big deal about it." Not surprisingly, Koch was horrified that Moore would say such a thing.
Although the above list is lengthy, I've not covered every rebuttal in the film.
Although Dick Morris has helped the Clintons (and therefore the Democratic party) for over two decades, this film does of course come across as partisan on the side of the Bush administration. You can toss that off and call Morris a traitor to the Dems, or you can look at that and really think about why someone who was on the side of the Left for so long sees fit to now support the Right.
Regardless of the partisanship present here, the bottom line is that this comes across as more serious and factual than the ultimate spin flick put out by Michael Moore.