"The only age group in which the majority voted for Kerry was young adults (Kerry: 54%, Bush: 44%), proving once again that your parents are always wrong and you should never listen to them."
This sounds like a good slogan for the Hillary 2008 campaign.
The question is of course whether political poison like Moore will be ejected from the seats of honor in the Democratic party or whether he will lead them to more bitter defeats (or should I say Moore bitter defeats).
Update: Moore seems to have moved this quote above. I assure you it was there.
He's got articles there now about how Kerry really won and the computers were hacked to give Bush the victory.
Now word yet on the theory that Terry McAuliffe is a cyborg programmed by Karl Rove.
"And several readers note that Michael Moore doesn't have anything on his website about the assassination of Dutch filmmaker Theo Van Gogh by Islamic extremists, just more Bush-bashing."
Moore did have time to post a mosaic of war dead in the image of GW Bush. Apparently Moore only finds death noteworthy when it is at the direction of democratically elected governments. When fellow filmmakers are slaughtered in broad daylight, Moore cares not who the perps or victims are.
He is moore concerned with school kids protesting Bush than the murder of a fellow documentarian who had the temerity to make a film that condemns the horrid treatment of women in radical Islam. If Bush didn't do it, Moore doesn't care. It's not evil unless Bush did it. This kind of moral idiocy did not help Kerry, nor will it help the democratic party in the future.