Op-Ed Column; "Why Democrats Shouldn't be Scared," Published in USA Today, September 1, 2004
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I remember going back to my hotel room that night, where they had all the pundits on post-Oscar and they were all like, 'That's the end of Michael Moore. That's the last we'll see of him.' By the end of the night, I believed it. I thought, 'No one is going to want to work with me in this town. I just ruined their big party.' We're all supposed to ignore that the war is going on and just have a ...
While the press tried to pit Moore and his Fahrenheit 9/11
(2004) against Mel Gibson
and his The Passion of the Christ
(2004) against each other as the representation of "blue" and "red" states in the election year of 2004, the two men get along well personally and find their opposition to be an invention of the press. Actually Moore, a practicing Catholic, loved "Passion" and saw it many times ...
Often mentions or shows his hometown of Flint, Michigan in his films
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