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The fictition of a convincing anti-war movement

Ugh. Can someone please sit Michael Moore down and tell him that he’s about as helpful to the anti-war movement as Jack Kevorkian is to the assisted suicide movement?

Bowling for Columbine: funny, but not that smart.

Said Moore: “We live in a time with fictitious election results that elect fictitious presidents. We live in a time when we have a man sending us to war for fictitious reasons.”

Ok, I think I’m with you. I’m at least following what you’re shrieking at the microphones…

Continued Moore: “Whether it’s the fictition of duct tape or fictition of orange alerts we are against this war, Mr. Bush.”

Um, is he taking elocution lessons from Fred “We’re all in agreeance” Durst?

Finished Moore: “Shame on you, Mr. Bush, shame on you. And any time you got the Pope and the Dixie Chicks against you, your time is up.”

Huh?

Want more respectable commentary? Commentary that people of opposing viewpoints might actually consider? Try Ret. 4-Star General Wesley Clark. You remember him. Supreme Allied Commander (one of the best job titles ever).

{ 1 } Comments

  1. MOLT | March 24, 2003 at 6:23 pm | Permalink

    Okay, I still use aol for most of my mail so maybe I am not the brightest bulb…, but c’mon, what do you expect from Mr. Moore?

    That being said. The same people that applauded for the use of the very same antics shriek and boo when he uses the same antics in a large public forum? Shame on the other celebrities for their fickleness.

    I won’t go into the whole fictitious thing, but any document that gives the defacto president of the US supreme power, seems to be in direct conflict with the constitution (which seems to be pretty fictitious now in the days of USA PATRIOT, Homeland Security, United States of America.)

    I have now stepped off my box.

    Thank you for your well-spoken and well-written blog QM.

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