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Tuesday, June 15, 2004  

There's an effort to stop Farenheit 9/11 from being released--which is obviously doomed to fail and amounts to an amusing "see what the righty fringe is up to today" post. Except for this: the nut who's spearheading the effort, Howard Kaloogian, equates Democrats and al Qaeda on his website. Allow me to quote, with emphasis added, his screed:

Michael Moore has the right to free speech. He has the right to make this movie. But, you know what? We, the American people, have a right to raise our objections to his crass anti-American jihad.

We have a right to tell movie theaters we object to their promoting a movie that is nothing more than a political campaign commercial which should be shown at the Democrat National Convention or as an Al Qaeda training video before it's shown at our local cinema.

So what are you, punk, a Dem or a terrorist on jihad?

(Tom Tomorrow, who saw the movie last night, put me onto this nut.)

posted by Jeff | 12:49 PM |
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