rollicking, administration-ending book by author and filmmaker Michael Moore.
powers that be succeeded in ignoring, and then silencing, the nation’s widespread
dissent over war, one man stood on an Oscar stage and, in front of a billion
people, outed the commander in chief for his fictitious presidency and his
fictitious war. Just a few months later, those words remarkably became the
accepted truth of the land.
This book was the
first shot fired over the bow of the 2004 presidential election. In it, Moore
takes on George W. Bush, and anyone else who gets in the way. Moore aims to
unseat the man who had slithered into the White House on tracks built by the
bloody hands of Enron and greased with the oil of his daddy. As if an un-elected,
semi-literate president weren’t problem enough, America’s Democrats managed to
take the liberty out of “liberal,” signing on with the GOP for dirty corporate
money and the ill-gotten gains of globalization. The Left is just as satisfied
as the Right to stand idly by as the chasm between the haves and the have-nots
grows wider and wider.
Thank god for
Michael Moore because Dude, Where’s My
Country? tells us precisely what went wrong and, more importantly, how to
fix things. In a voice that is fearless, funny, and furious, Moore takes listeners
to the edge of righteous laughter and divine revenge.
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