It's an annoying trait that runs through the celebrity liberal left: just when you think you've finally heard the last of them and their nonsensical rantings, they jump back into the spotlight with more inane nonsense.

A nice, long absence from having to see their mugs on the screen makes us relegate these people into our mind's footnote.  'You never hear anything spectacular from Al Gore anymore. What's that?  Another new house? Must be retired.'

After his last cinematic attack on Americana went by virtually unnoticed (Capitalism: A Love Story should have been called Capitalism: A Hypocrite's Story), uber-leftist Michael Moore pretty well faded from public view. 

A kind of Moore-fatigue set in, even with his most ardent fans.  His run of edit-biased, pseudo-documentary propaganda films came in rapid succession, and by the time Capitalism was made - and his muse George W. Bush was out and Moore's guy Barry Obama was president - he all but disappeared.But, like an annoying wasp at a picnic, Moore has reappeared with an outburst slamming Obama over the Libyan action.  Yes, the man who makes everyone looking at him think 'shower' has unleashed an infantile, Charlie Sheenesque tirade on Twitter.

It makes one ponder his agenda.  Exploiting something like the Libyan situation is not a surprising move for an attention whore.  But one of the most effective, albeit flawed, arguments Moore and his fellow Bush-era anti-war flock used was 'no blood for oil'.  They came up with many other alleged 'reasons' for the Iraq war, and vilified Bush beyond recognition.

That argument cannot be used here.  The coalition effort to establish a no-fly zone, and the directive to use any and all military force except ground units was given by the United Nations itself.  This purpose of this action, as late in starting as it was, is accepted by most on all points of the political spectrum to be to stop the mass murder being carried out by a mad dictator against his own people.

Obama has gone out of his way to present this as a NATO action, not a solely U.S. strike.  France was the first to cross the border.  If Moore could make an argument that the Afghanistan and Iraq wars are wars of American imperialism, surely he cannot honestly make the same argument here.

This is a true coalition of nations, including an alliance of Arab nations.

A people are rising up against a murderous, tyrannical leader, and they are being slaughtered in their fight for freedom.  They have asked for our assistance, and our morality dictates we answer that call even in a limited capacity.

The outcome could be freedom for millions of oppressed people.

What objection could Michael Moore possibly have?

http://www.themoderateseparatist.com/2011/03/attention-whore-moore-returns-to.html