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First Eighteen Minutes of Michael Moore's "Sicko"

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Michael Moore's new doc, Sicko is getting rave reviews from both Liberals and Conservatives because our health care crisis hits all Americans no matter which party of rich white males they vote for.

This week it was discovered that the film had been uploaded onto the Internet and was being downloaded via many popular file-sharing sites. When Moore heard about this he said that it made him happy because he is rich, didn't agree with many of the copyright laws, and felt that as long as people don't make money from bootlegging his work then this type of "sharing" is cool with him.

Tonight we saw that someone had uploaded the entire movie onto YouTube, so above is the first nine minutes, after the jump the second part as well as a link to where to find the rest of the movie.


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