Wednesday, May 31, 2006

Going public

Once you make your name or face or your remarks public, you never know where they'll end up. That's one thing I learned during my short stint working in the media. When Sgt. Peter Damon gave an interview to NBC News in 2003 about a pain killer he uses for injuries sustained while serving in Iraq, he could never have guessed that he'd end up in an anti-Bush Michael Moore film.
A double-amputee Iraq-war vet is suing Michael Moore for $85 million, claiming the portly peacenik recycled an old interview and used it out of context to make him appear anti-war in "Fahrenheit 9/11."
Eighty-five mil seems a little high, though I have no idea how much Moore made on his film. (via Instapundit.)


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