Michael Moore plans Bush-Bin Laden film

I very much doubt he will win another Oscar with this, but I'm looking forward to seeing this Michael Moore movie, if it ever goes live:

Moore is working on a documentary about the "the murky relationship" between former President George Bush and the family of al-Qaida leader Osama bin Laden. The paper said the movie, "Fahrenheit 911," will suggest that the bin Laden family profited greatly from the association.

Boing Boing tells us about the title

"Fahrenheit 911: The Temperature at Which Freedom Burns," will trace the economic ties between Bush administration officials and bin Laden, and chronicle the erosion of Consitutional freedoms in America in the wake of the 9-11 attack.

Meanwhile, Michael tells us about that Oscar day, go check it while it's still on the front page.

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I'm so glad they finally caught Osama bin Laden, what a shame we couldn't catch him alive, we could have had some memorable photos of him in his undies like with Sadam Hussien

Gallup poll == OBAMA's approval rating is 58.9% and CLIMBING !! New York Times reports Obama's ratings JUMPED 11% !! AMERICAN IS THANKING OBAMA FOR A JOB WELL DONE !!

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