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Friday, 25 June 2004

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Bin Laden-Bush "Family" Relationship

Conservatives are in an uproar today after Michael Moore released an uncut version of his new movie, "Fahrenheit 9/11." The new uncut version, which is now playing at all Pussycat theater locations, includes footage of the secret Bin Laden-Bush "family" relationship prior to September 11th.
"Originally, I didn't want to use the footage because I knew it would make my film X-Rated," Moore said. "You see -I was going for a PG-13 (rating) but when they decided to give me R, I decided to take off the gloves."
Conservatives, who continue to stand by President Bush, have begun marching in protest to have the movie banned. Former Republican lobbyist and executive director of Move America Forward, Siobhan Guiney, stated, "Since we are the customers of the American movie theatres, it is important for us to speak up loudly and tell the industry executives that we don't want this misleading and grotesque movie being shown at our local cinema."
Moore's press agent, Daniel Ureste, responded, "What will it take? At this point, President Bush could order the Statue of Liberty demolished and they'd (conservatives) push for his face on the one dollar bill."

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