Monday, May 14, 2007

Michael Moore at It Again

Michael Moore at It Again
By James Hirsen

Michael Moore is ecstatic. Premiering May 19 at the Cannes Film Festival, Moore's new film, "Sicko," is set to debut in U.S. theaters in June.

As if choreographed to a tee, the Bush administration has given the factually challenged filmmaker the thing that he needs the most to generate publicity — controversy.

Predictably, after the news broke about him being under investigation for a possible violation of the U.S. embargo of Cuba, Moore immediately issued an attention getter of a response, which invoked the name that has lefty mega-cyberspace bang for the buck: George Bush.

The U.S. Treasury Department is looking into Moore's production trip to Cuba because he allegedly failed to get permission to conduct business in the communist country.

Evidently, Moore received a form letter from the Treasury Deptartment. Each year the government sends out hundreds of such letters seeking additional information when sanctions violations appear to have occurred.

In characteristic propaganda-like fashion, Moore posted on his Web site an "open letter" to U.S. Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson, which took a routine and foreseeable investigation and turned it into another set of Moore's patented Bush administration conspiracies.



Anonymous bobcat said...

Gad! That man is such a pig!


12:06 PM  
Blogger VerityINK said...

All Rat Faced F***Ducks have to go! LOL!

12:59 PM  
Anonymous cassie said...

Hey, follow the rules and stop whining.

2:10 PM  
Blogger VerityINK said...

Yes, Cassie, jeez--he wants to be treated 'special'!

2:13 PM  
Anonymous teller said...

Love that Pic-of-the-Pig!

9:50 PM  

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