Oh, Michael Moore. Won an Oscar for Bowling for Columbine, then gets up in front of a whole buncha big wigs and starts this speech about how, "we like to make factual movies, but we live in ficticious times, when ficticious voting results elect a fictitious president who sends us into war for fictitious reasons..." Naturally, he was booed quite heavily and cut off by the orchestra, but probably not for the right reasons.

He should have been booed because he used his brief moment on stage to make a political statement instead of just being gracious and saying "thank you." He was really booed because most people still don't like to hear you badmouth Shrub, who started a war so he could be a wartime president.


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