In the latest Michael Moore documentary, "Capitalism, a Love Story," the most effective part is an attack on Senator Crook Dodd (D-CT) for his role in the real estate bubble, and all his personal ripoffs. It apparently is devastating. Indeed, the segment is so powerful that the DNC tried mightily to get Moore to censor it.
Note: in the Q&A after the special showing in San Francisco, Moore was asked why he did not turn his production company into one of the worker-owned cooperatives he extolls in his movie. Oh, "that doesn't apply to artistic endeavors," said the wealthy commie. (Thanks to Richard Winger)