Moore Feels the Strain

Michael Moore is being besieged with barbs from the fallacies of his film and the clueless hatred of his own statements. Could the intensity of the scrutiny have contributed to the incident described by Byron York in Wednesday's NRO.

An excerpt:
The right wing is not where America is at," Moore said. "Most Americans, in their heart, are liberal and progressive. It's just a small minority of people who hate. They hate. They exist in the politics of hate."

"They're not patriots," Moore said. "They're hate-triots, and they believe in the politics of hate-triotism. Hate-triotism is where they stand, and patriotism is where real Americans stand."
Moore, who predicted victory for Democratic presidential candidate John Kerry — "It's all over but the voting," he said — warned that the Republican Party will do almost anything to keep its hold on power. "They're not going to go without a fight," he said, "and believe me, they are better fighters than we are."

"I mean, they are up at six in the morning trying to figure out which minority group they're going to screw today," Moore continued. "The hate, they eat for breakfast. They are going to fight and they are going to smear, and they are going to lie, and they are going to hate."
My best analysis of this is: DING DONG.



Michael Moore calling other people hateful. I'd use an old saying but that'd make me a hateful bigot for saying "black."

Pot. Kettle. You figure it out.

By Blogger Tully, at July 28, 2004 at 6:49 PM  

So in one sentence Mike Moore-on says Republicans are hateful. In every other sentence he talks hatefully about them.


By Blogger James, at July 28, 2004 at 7:57 PM  

Michael Moore needs to remember to stay within the designated no-smoking zones while at the DNC.

One spark and the Fat Fart From Flint goes KA-BOOM.

Anybody got a match?

By Anonymous Anonymous, at July 28, 2004 at 9:10 PM  

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