Republicans Love Michael Moore's Satirical Comedy Fahrenheit 9/11!

Written by Unconfirmed Source

Wednesday, 30 June 2004

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Bush fans line up to see Fahrenheit 9/11.

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.

The story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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