Wednesday, November 24, 2010

Political Memes #3 - Butthurt Basement Dweller

In American political life, there can be only one living breathing Butthurt Basement Dweller. Michael Moore has built an entire career out of being fat, ill-informed and obnoxious. He's been so successful in this that he now lives in a penthouse basement in the Upper West Side.


Recently he's been stalking W.'s book-pimping tour trying to get one of his flaky films on what's left of network TV. At the end of the day, he's just a particularly repellant cam-whore.

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15 comments:

  1. It's his anti-gun stuff that gets to me. It's my birthright as an American to be allowed to have a weapon.

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  2. @ Unablogger - and to proudly display your weapon on a full body scan.

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  3. nice stuff!
    supportin & following!

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  4. Right to have a gun is from "old days" when ppl needed weapons to defend them selfs..

    Anyway i like MM he talks about stuff that are important.
    When over 11k ppl get's killed a year (like in US) then something is not right.

    But sure... it's South Park's fault.. and Marilyn Manson and rap music

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  5. I may not be a fan of most of his work, but I watched Sicko and rather enjoyed it. True he only got people that would defend his side...and now its a bit outdated since everyone can now get medical insurance even with pre existing conditions now.

    Actually, that was the only piece of his work that I semi enjoyed lol.

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  6. Bowling for Columbine was pretty juvenile, but Fahrenheit 9/11 was just a shoddy film and as much as I loved seeing a public hit piece on "Mr. Bush" there are so many better documentaries out there that accomplish this without being retarded. Loudest voice in the room kind of deal I guess.

    I'm down with Sicko and Capitalism a Love Story though (even though I cringe whenever Moore jumps infront of the camera to do the lame, visiting Cuba/Banks bit) Roger and Me is probably his best, most honest work IMO

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  7. It is important to question whatever system you live in, but his methods aren't always the best. It works for him though.

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  8. I don't think I've heard of this guy.

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