Michael Moore, producer of the new movie, "Fahrenheit 9-11," which portrays G.W. Bush as less than presidentially adept, was prompted by reporters, "Mr. Moore, do you believe that your movie will have an influence on the 2004 national election?", to which Moore replied,
"There has to be a good reason for G.W. to be voted out of office. I just can't be that he's an idiot. There are plenty of them in Washington D.C. already. There's got to be something worse than that, such as people seeing the 'results of his idiocy,' for example, - a really bad agenda developed by Right-wing Nut$ he's been trying to $ell us. You know, - alienating our allies, humiliating the detainees. That ought to do it. Might be fodder for my next movie, 'Falling with Faldwell!' or 'Why Not with Wolfowitz!' or 'Rumba with Rumsfeld' or 'Chuggin' with Cheney' or 'The 699 Club - the Real Story About Pat Robertson!'"
Moore was then asked, "Do you believe that the Neo-conservatives captured G.W.'s mind before 9-11?" to which Moore replied,
"Not so much his mind, for there's not much to capture there. His soul, yes. He thinks he's 'Jesus II.' Got it, - my next movie,'"The Passion of G.W. - Aberrance Revealed!' Like it?"