This guy should be able to retire comfortably on all the money he has made off of stupid people.
Some selective points on Moore's points:
Point 4: I voted for Bush and I'd have agreed on election day that the nation was on the wrong track: just look at how close John Kerry was to Bush in the polls, given the historically low unemployment rate, expanding economy, etc. Have another dozen double whoppers, Mikey, and lets see what the right track/wrong track numbers look like in another month.
Point 5: The jobs of Democrats is to ensure their own individual reelections. And I think that they'll be thinking a LOT about what happened to them in 2002 ...
Point 7: Go ahead, keep deriding your opponants by calling them names. Please!
Point 8: Support for the Republican increased among Hispanics, the largest growing (both in terms of numbers and wealth) demographic group in the US. Sorry to burst your bubble, Mike, but if this trend continues, in 50 years the majority of Hispanic voters will mirror George P, not Caesar Chavez
Point 14: See Point 5, above. But if you want to think that Bush is really a lame duck, I'll be more than happy to pour the Kool Aid for you.
Point 16: See Point 8, above ... the demographics are trending away from Democrats.
Point 17: That's because the pro-Kerry Liberal Media shills were still able to lie to enough people and scare them into voting for Kerry. CBS forgeries, Halperin Memo, NBC selectively editing Kerry interviews to remove damaging comments, leaking scr*ewed up exit polling number to depress GOP votes. But besides getting 55 million people to vote Kerry all of those things did something else: showed that the blogosphere and the pajamahedin ARE out there, WILL make a difference and CAN effectively counter anything the MSM puts out. And the number of people who turn to the internet to get their decision-making news is only going to increase ...