[FoRK] Michael Moore vs. the Bush Inc. subsidiary called DISNEY
lgonze at panix.com
Thu May 6 12:25:23 PDT 2004
On Thu, 6 May 2004, Bill Stoddard wrote:
> Lucas Gonze wrote:
> > On Thu, 6 May 2004, Bill Stoddard wrote:
> >>Michael Moore's movie is partisian political advocacy pure and simple. It violates the spirt of the recent
> >>campaign finance reform laws.
> > Is that your own spin, or did you get it from a partisan political
> > advocacy vehicle like Rush Limbaugh?
> Spin? What spin? Shall I say 'f*&k you' now? I watch very little TV and certainly don't waste my time on Rush
> Limbaugh spewage. Do you disagree that Moore's movie is political? That it is partisian? That he has at least
> two goals for the movie (make $ and get Bush out of office)? Careful what you intuit about my reasons for
> posting... What goes on between MM and ME is not much of my business and I hope Disney is not whacking the
> movie for purely political purposes. I agree with Jeff that that would be a seriously bad thing. But it is no
> worse than that pile of steaming crap legislation called 'campaign finance reform' recently passed.
I misread you -- I apologize.
What's the problem with the campaign finance law?
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