It doesn't make him any less correct about his viewpoint on Moore.
To be honest I always thought that Moore was more injured and upset about the fact that he felt he was lied to by people he considered his friends.
You'd probably get farther if you addressed that instead of taking pot shots at JMS, that is if you actually were trying to get anywhere at all.
There is a lot about that history I don't know about and frankly at this point don't care too...but if I had to judge from the more recents accounts,most of Moore's indignation comes from the simple fact that he feels he had been had because he didn't read the fine print.
If that the case that is as much his own fault as much as DC.If he was that conceited as to believe that the same publisher that allegedly hoodwinked the creators of Superman would not dare
to sucker him in light of his accomplishments he really got a rude awakening.Sure he have a reason to be mad at the guilty parties involved in the whole unpleasant business.But he seems that at one point he had convinced himself and others like minds that his mad on is some sort of moral crusade against the industry and not a case of hurt pride because he was made a fool for not bothering to read what he sign.
And mind you even if I am not that enamored of Watchmen,V For Vendetta and his more high concept work,I absolutely adore his Superman,Green Lantern,Swamp Thing and Supreme work.
So Moore and his supporters,just let it go.It's all ancient history now.He already had carved his place in the history of the industry,and nothing that DC may do with the character that by legitimate or ill ways they own it going to change it.
Phew! A longer post that I had intended to make.