Feb 22, 2012, 16:02

Check out how Director Michael Moore brilliantly demonstrates what Congress what was really thinking as they sat and listened to the testimony of  US Airways Flight 1549 pilot Captain Chesley Sullenberger, who heroically landed a Airbus in the Hudson River just after both plane engines failed and got all 155 passengers to safety. Sullenberger wisely used his 15-minutes of fame to testify before Congress about how the state of the airline profession had suffered as a result of the post 9-11 budget cuts in the airline industry (*Claimed under Fair Use):

This is a brilliant use of music we’ve explored in previous production music blogs where it sometimes makes creative sense to see/hear someone talking, but have the music cranked way louder than the dialog. In this case, John Phillips Sousa’s “Stars and Stripes Forever” perfectly gets the point across.

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