New Michael Moore Flick
Michael Moore thinks we's stooped.
Fifty-one percent of the American people lacked information (in this election) and we want to educate and enlighten them," Moore was quoted in Thursday's edition of Variety. "They weren't told the truth. We're communicators and it's up to us to start doing it now."He's promised us a Fahrenheit 9/11½, dealing with terrorism and Iraq, in two or three years. (Things are changing fast o'er there, Mike. You might want to put off jotting the script until after the elections, the duly elected government takes power, and the Iraqis control most of their own security.
Oh, and you'll want to wait to see in exactly what kind of shape al Qaeda will be in a few years. Will the face of world terror be ineffective splinters?
Will we still be winning the war on terror? Will Iraq be liberated from the mutants?
Anyway, Moore's vid is a promise, not a threat; and I'm certain elected Republicans are now trembling in their shoes at the thought of what Moore might release next. After all, his last vid had an astounding impact. Well, not really, but it did win a French award