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Wednesday, 11 August 2004

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Moore shown wearing the hat that he will throw into the election.

FLINT, MICHIGAN-- Shock and overall disbelief were felt here today in Flint, Michigan when Michael Moore announced that he would be running as an Independent candidate in the 2004 Presidential Election. Michael Moore stated that he has become increasingly aware that the majority of the American public favors neither Bush nor Kerry as a 2004 Presidential hopeful.

The author of the book, Dude Where's My Country, went onto say that he has found his country and it's the United States of America in 2004. Moore also gave away that he was not even going to do any campaigning he would let his movie Fahrenheit 9/11 do the campaigning for him. Some critics stated he is doing that because he is fat and lazy.

Moore ranted on, "If you haven't seen my movie yet, I want you to go out and see it." "If not for the cold hard facts it provides, but to line my pockets with even more money I do not deserve."

Critics have already started to tear into Moore over this headline news.

Bill O'Reilly, one of Moore's harshest critics, has already let the American public know what he thinks about this news on his show the critically acclaimed, O'Reilly Factor. Moore was featured on the Most Ridiculous Item of the Day portion of his show.

"What is America coming to if this man is elected President?" "Moore is a very crass individual that represents left wing, liberal ideas and would be a very fascist President." "I mean come on his movie obviously represented cut and paste technology at its best by piecing together video clips and making them look real!" shouted O'Reilly. "America should be more like the Saudis and ban his movie here as well." "I'd like to invite Mr. Moore to step into the "No Spin Zone," said Bill.

We were able to get a comment from Moore concerning O'Reilly. Here's what was said. "I will only go on his show if I'm allowed to not be interrupted and if I can ask him questions of my own."

We had to refresh Moore's memory by telling him that he had already been on the show before and that did not happen or will it ever with Bill O'Reilly hosting it.

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