I do, however, enjoy his idea of which comments 'don't hold water'. Especially since he more or less references that people who are a part of the voting are either miscreants who are pissed about who was on the front of the Madden box or don't believe a word they say about how 'always on' doesn't mean 'DRM' or that people voting against EA potentially hate gays and lesbians ("In the past year, we have received thousands of emails and postcards protesting against EA for allowing players to create LGBT characters in our games. This week, we’re seeing posts on conservative web sites urging people to protest our LGBT policy by voting EA the Worst Company in America.")
I really disagree with that. He's trying to make the voters look bad and EA look good. This may work to shareholders but does he realize the voters are his consumers?
Based on where EA's market cap is now, compared to where it was 5-years ago, I think EA's shareholders have bigger concerns than Moore's feeble attempts at damage control.