Unconfirmed Sources report Republicans across the nation love Michael Moore's satirical treatment of the Bush administration. Republicans are flocking to theaters to see the new comedy Fahrenheit 9/11 and are telling their friends about it. Exit pools confirm that most people in theaters are Bush fans and love the film.
Fahrenheit 9/11 is doing a huge business in all Republican states and in many battle ground sates as well. In the Presidents home state of Texas theaters are running the movie twenty-four hours a day to meet the massive demand. The president himself visited a local theater in Crawford to see the film with his fans.
A spokesmen for the president told the media Mr. Bush wanted to watch the movie twice in a row he liked it so much. "The President really liked it. Mr. Moore has a great sense of humor and a fine ear for satire. Mr. Bush said he would like to meet Michael and maybe have him over to the White house for dinner and a private screening."
The media is raving about the new satirical comedy Fahrenheit 9/11.
"Funny as hell! Moore's best work yet." -The Wall Street Journal.
"There he goes again...Moore has set the standard for political satire" -The Weekly Standard.
"We decided! We like Mike!" -Fox News
"A rollicking good time...Moore has redefined political satire!" -Bill O'Reily, The Factor
"I couldn't stop laughing." -John Ashcroft, Attorney General
"I just loved it! Moore has a way of twisting the truth and pointing out the humor in any situation." - Grover Norquist.
But all is not rosy for the rebellious filmmaker. Michael Moore fans worldwide are shocked by the moviemaker's change of heart.
"He was one of us," cried a distraught Democrat. "I can't believe he made a satire piece that was pro-Bush. My Republican friends are telling me to go see it. This is a total bummer. Michael Moore is a sell out."
Michael Moore wouldn't comment on his change of heart, but insiders say he is looking forward to being rich enough to vote for Mr. Bush in November.