After a long, blissful absence from the news (during which time I occasionally wondered whether he hadn’t been gathered up to his ancestors), Michael Moore, in a dig at the movie American Sniper, called the film’s hero a coward. In an unconvincing partial walk-back, he claimed he wasn’t talking about Chris Kyle specifically, just snipers in general.
So, let me see if I understand. American soldiers should…what, exactly?...advance in long lines toward the enemy, as was done around the time of the American Civil War? Or perhaps face off with terrorists, one-on-one, like Old West gunmen in a dusty street, hauling out their shootin’ irons and blazing away? (Presumably while Michael Moore sits in the café – a neutral observer, mind you - looking out of the window and stuffing his face like a stevedore loading a grain ship).
Sounds kinda stupid, Michael. Like something a grotesquely fat leftist would say.
Update: Hey, Mikey, here's a thought. Why don't you drop by Clint Eastwood's home? And don't forget your camera.