Storm: "So this is satire and not documentary? We shouldnít see this as..."
Moore: "Itís a satirical documentary."
†††† Storm: "Some have said propaganda, do you buy that? Op-ed?"
†††† Moore: "No, I consider the CBS Evening News propaganda. What I do is..."
†††† Storm: "Weíll move beyond on that."
†††† Moore: "Why? Letís not move beyond that. Seriously."
†††† Storm: "No, letís talk about your movie."
†††† Moore: "But why donít we talk about the Evening News on this network and the other networks that didnít do the job they should have done at the beginning of this war?"
†††† Storm: "You know what?"
†††† Moore: "Demanded the evidence, ask the hard questions-"
†††† Storm: "Okay."
†††† Moore: "-we may not of even gone into this war had these networks done their job. I mean, it was a great disservice to the American people because we depend on people who work here and †††††† the other networks to go after those in power and say 'Hey, wait a minute. You want to send our kids off to war, we want to know where those weapons of mass destruction are. Letís see ††† the proof. Letís see the proof that Saddam Hussein had something to do with 9/11.í"
†† Moore: "There was no proof and everybody just got embedded and everybody rolled over and everybody knows that now."
†††† Storm: "Michael, the one thing that journalists try to do is to present both sides of the story. †† And it could be argued that you did not do that in this movie."
†††† Moore: "I certainly didnít. I presented my side..."
†††† Storm: "You presented your side of the story."
†††† Moore: "Because my side, thatís the side of millions of Americans, (the majority) rarely gets told. This is just a humble plea on my behalf and not to you personally, Hannah. But Iím just saying to journalists in general that instead of † working so hard to tell both sides of the story, why donít you just tell that one side, which is the administration, †††† why donít you ask them the hard questions-"
†††† Storm: "Which I think is something that we all try to do."
†††† Moore: "Well, I think it was a lot of cheerleading going on at the beginning of this war-"
†††† Storm: "Alright."
†††† Moore: "A lot of cheerleading and it didnít do the public any good to have journalists standing in front †† of the camera going 'whoop-dee-do, letís all go to warí. And, and itís not their kids going to war. ††††† Itís not the children of the news executives going to war-"
†††† Storm: "Michael, why donít you do you next movie about networks news, okay? Because this movie..."
†††† Moore: "I know, I think I should do that movie."
†††† Storm: "...because this movie is an attack on the president and his policies."
†††† Moore: "Well, and it also points out how the networks failed us at the beginning of this war and didnít do their job."