June 4, 2007, - 4:16 pm

HOprah Watch: Guess Who’s On Oprah Tomorrow? . . .

By Debbie Schlussel
. . . Five hints:
* He’s fat.
* He’s originally from Michigan and still claims to live here.
* His “blue collar bonhomie” is bunk. (Credit to Detroit Free Press film critic Terry Lawson for help with that phrase.)
* He said 9/11 happened because America’s White men are wimps, but that Black men would have kicked the asses of the hijackers.
* My favorite depiction of him was in “Team America: World Police” (pictured below).
I you guessed correctly, then you guessed him . . .

michaelmooreteamamerica.jpg

Yup, the most famous White male fattie in America will be on the most famous minority female fattie’s show to promote his new movie, “Sicko,” which attacks the state of healthcare in America.
Just ask the many people who’ve worked for Michael Moore–and whom he refused to pay minimum wage, overtime, and basic benefits–what kind of healthcare he gave them. Waiting for the “documentary” on that.
I was among the first to review “FAKEN-heit 9/11″ when it debuted in 2004 and debated (and whipped the butt of) Michael Moore at that time.
I figure this movie, “Sicko,” is of equal high-quality fiction. But I could be wrong: I do, after all, despise HMOs and believe we should return to the capitalist, free market model of medicine, where you pay out of pocket directly to your doctor and pharmacist and cut out the paper-pushing middle men (who are engaged in a normally illegal, industry-wide price fixing scheme in severe violation of anti-trust laws, with full government aproval).
Among my previous work on The Bloated One:
* FAKENheit 9/11: Michael Moore’s Latest Fiction
* The Moore, The Scarier

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For a man who’s an avowed Socialist, he’s sure as hell the epitome of Capitalism. Just another phony “useful idiot”. The Gulags in the former Soviet Union were full of shit-stains like him.

Rich B on June 4, 2007 at 8:05 pm

Moore is less. In fact, Moore is nothing.

Happiness Pursuer on June 4, 2007 at 8:31 pm

Once the liberals get what they want and our tax money funds all health care in this country, it’ll only be a few more years until health care becomes a government-controlled monopoly, just like public schools. And we all know how well that’s worked out.
They’ll say at first, “Oh, no, we’ll only fund health care, not make any decisions about it.” But just wait 3 years and they’ll be saying, “Well, it’s government money, so don’t we have a right to keep our costs down by making decisions for you?” You can already see this in action with various seatbelt, anti-smoking, etc. laws. “If people don’t wear seatbelts, the government will have to pay more!” How about the government not pay at all then?

LibertarianBulbasaur on June 4, 2007 at 9:23 pm

Ahh, yes! The bloated one brings self-loathing to new heights. Deport the treasonous bastard NOW.

spiffo on June 4, 2007 at 9:28 pm

I love that clay-mation replica of Moore–I will have to see him henceforth as……SICKO. The utter sickening-ness of this slug is over the top–But he doesn’t get it.
Can someone tell me who actually pays money to see his “movies?” Talk about rank B movies/propaganda—this takes the cake.

BB on June 4, 2007 at 9:55 pm

Bet her Highness has to roll out the super extra large sofa for him to sit on. He’ll never fit in a regular chair. While I’m thinking about it – maybe they should build a special room big enough to hold their egos as well.

CarpeDiem on June 4, 2007 at 11:29 pm

I remember hearing that one of Michael Mooron’s former teachers described him as a fat blob who hated athletes because they got all the hot girls. I wonder why girls weren’t interested in him?? That’s a tough one. Maybe if I thought about it long enough, I could figure out why.

napoleon15 on June 4, 2007 at 11:49 pm

A couple of Canadian documentary makers who were big fans of Moore set out to make a film singing his praises. BUT, and it’s a big but, the more they looked into his methods, they saw how he distorted things. They actually ended up greatly disliking him and his methods and made an anti-Moore film. I wish I knew what it was called, but if they didn’t call it Moore is less, they missed an opportunity.
(credit for that to Happiness Pursuer)

stevecanuck on June 5, 2007 at 1:00 am

When I see Michael “Boore”, I think of this Pokemon:
http://faqsmedia.ign.com/faqs/image/ani143.gif

Squirrel3D on June 5, 2007 at 1:43 am

[Can someone tell me who actually pays money to see his “movies?”]
Me and a lot of people. I saw ‘BFC’ and ‘F9/11′ in theatres and both movies got big rounds of applause at the end.
‘Sicko’ was shown at Cannes, and would’ve won the Palme d’Or if Moore had entered it in competition.
And after 6 years of GW Bush, I think we finally know who the real useful idiots are.

Norman Blitzer on June 5, 2007 at 1:47 am

Norm B. –
For that comment alone I hereby certify you as insane!
I’m stunned that you are proud of paying $ to see that junk! So, you – Norm – are financing treasonous propaganda. Of course Moore will get applause at the end if you and other brainwashed libs are in the audience!
Norm – you might benefit from looking into the movie made by those Canadians, who (as stevecanuck posted already) were also libs who looked into Moore’s “filmmaking” and found that he constantly lied and made things up to suit his goals.
Yes, we do know who the useful idiot is.

CarpeDiem on June 5, 2007 at 2:25 am

I believe it’s called “Manufacturing Dissent.”

CarpeDiem on June 5, 2007 at 2:34 am

I always thought that in America people were allowed to present differing views and positions, including those that might actually boil the blood of the common person. That being said, it appears as though the majority of this country tends to agree with Moore’s positions on the “War on Terror” and the poor state of the U.S. health care system.
Plus, I always thought that “the most famous White male fattie in America” was Rush Limbaugh. I guess you learn something new every day.

Hourman on June 5, 2007 at 9:14 am

Posted by CarpeDiem
[Yes, we do know who the useful idiot is.]
That would be you of course. Or anyone who still supports the war in Iraq.

Norman Blitzer on June 5, 2007 at 9:29 am

Hi Norm!
I think you may want to look up the term “useful idiot” as it’s pretty clear you are unaware of it’s real meaning.

CarpeDiem on June 5, 2007 at 9:43 am

That comedy show on FNC opened with Rush listing his accomplishments in his administration and one was that Rush had exiled him to Cuba. Blitzie babe, one nice thing about being retired is that I can listen to all three hours of Rush at least four days a week. As small as theatre auditoriums are now a days filling one isn’t really saying much.

John Cunningham on June 5, 2007 at 9:49 am

To Norman Blitzer; since you failed to recognize the context of the term “useful idiot” here’s a link.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Useful_idiot

Rich B on June 5, 2007 at 10:05 am

Posted by CarpeDiem:
[I think you may want to look up the term “useful idiot” as it’s pretty clear you are unaware of it’s real meaning.]
Not only do I know what it historically meant, but what it means now. And that would be you.
Tsssss, Burn! CarpeDiem, keep making a fool of yourself. It’s quite entertaining.

Norman Blitzer on June 5, 2007 at 10:12 am

Rich B,
Get a clue and don’t be so stupid, I already knew what it meant. I was applying its meaning to Bushites. And BTW, Debbie doesn’t like links to Wikipedia.

Norman Blitzer on June 5, 2007 at 10:23 am

I’m amazed at the constant accusations of “Treason” on this board. From what I’ve been able to gather by reading many of the postings is that:
Sending our troops into a war without a plan, body armor, translators, competent leadership, etc = OK
Speaking bad about the president = Treason
You people really need to get your priorities straight.

D*Rek on June 5, 2007 at 10:44 am

Hi Norm:
You are really amusing me today! I know you libs like to change the meaning of everything to suit yourselves, but in this case you can’t just apply it to the “Bushites” as you say. (BTW – I’m no “Bushite”.) It’s meant to describe YOU Norm – and liberal/leftists like you.
If you go back to the link and scroll down to the “modern usage” section there is a quote by Bruce Thornton that seems to be particularly suited to you. Please note the phrase “braiding the rope that would hang them.”

CarpeDiem on June 5, 2007 at 10:54 am

CarpeDiem,
My first usage did apply to Bushites, but the second time was a retort to you.
Posted by D*Rek:
[Sending our troops into a war without a plan, body armor, translators, competent leadership, etc = OK
Speaking bad about the president = Treason
You people really need to get your priorities straight.]
These people are definitely “useful idiots”.

Norman Blitzer on June 5, 2007 at 11:08 am

To our token liberals lurking about the comments section: OK, so you’re grooving with Mikey Boy, you’re just so sure that he’s on to something. The country sucks; there’s too many guns; health care is better in Cuba; Bush is liar; blah, blah, blah.
So the answer is socialism? Wealth redistribution according to Hillary Clinton? Repealing the second ammendment? Getting even with the rich guy? Opening the borders to people who disdain America? Surrendering to terrorists representing a sixth century philosophy that would behead every liberal (you guys) on basic principle? Following self described “prophets” like Al Gore in the destruction of Capitalism, all in behalf of an unprovable and scientifically challenged theory turned religion? Performing partial birth abortion? Did I leave anything out in your little left wing wish list?
No thanks guys, I’ll pass on your pipe dream. I know it is far too late for you guys to wake up, to stand up, to fight for your freedom. My advice to lightweights like you is to get yourselves a one way ticket to Cuba or Venezuela. For if the day comes and we have to take to the streets to defend our freedoms and ourselves, you’d only be in the way.

Southernops on June 5, 2007 at 11:07 pm

Southernops:
That is one great post!

CarpeDiem on June 6, 2007 at 1:45 am

It is a great post. In fact, you can call it “Straw-Mantastic”!!!!

Hourman on June 6, 2007 at 9:05 am

Hourman:
Huh? I don’t see how that is a straw man argument.
Where is the misrepresentation?

CarpeDiem on June 7, 2007 at 12:44 am

Norman, your lame-ass attempt at sarcasm fell right on its face. No, I’m not stupid, but when you cover your ass by acting like you meant something else after the fact, you’re the one who appears stupid. I used the word “context” when I posted. You should look up the meaning. The term “useful idiot” in the statement I used applies to the bleeding heart left and if you’re as smart as you obviously think you are, you’ll recognize that simple fact. In the case of Michael Moore it fits to a T.

Rich B on June 7, 2007 at 2:07 am

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