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Michael Moore Shocks Us Like an Electric Eel, Reveals Anti-Texan Bigotry

Posted on August 25 2009 11:00 am
David Swindle is the Managing Editor of NewsReal Blog and the Associate Editor of FrontPage Magazine. Follow him on Twitter here
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Neo-communist filmmaker Michael Moore interviewed about his most recent and most blatantly anti-capitalist film:

THR: Have you ever considered leaving the U.S.?

Moore: Thank you for asking! I had never considered this idea until you mentioned it, and now that you have, it doesn’t sound like such a bad idea! I guess if I were going to live outside the U.S., I would live in Texas.

THR: What’s the No. 1 thing you want to teach your kids?

Moore: Never trust anyone from Texas.

So I guess Moore wouldn’t want his children to trust such left-leaning Texans as Jim Hightower and the late Molly Ivins?

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