Normally I won’t watch CNN at this time of night because I can’t stand Larry King and his HORRIBLE guests.

But, flipping through channels, I just came across Michael Moore on Larry King, so I stuck it out for a few minutes because I’m a fan of Mr. Moore.

And here is what I just heard from Mike, regarding his lack of support for Hillary: “her vote for the war makes it morally impossible for me to vote for her” in the primary.

Right on, Mike!

Right on.

 
  • rcarlson323

    remember Obama wasn’t in a position to vote. He wasn’t in the U.S. Senate at the time. He cannot base his claim voting against the war when he wasn’t privy to that vote.

    re the article link below. It will give you an insight as to what Hillary actually voted for… written by someone who was there. Michael is not a politician.

    Michael Moore is a good investigative informant, but he is not the authority he tends to portray. Like all of us, we are able skew are words to fit our own point of view and we usually believe our point of view is right.

    And what is all this “moral” talk by Michael Moore? He’s not endorsing Obama out of morality. What is moral about endorsing a man with only 3 years experience in the U.S. Senate who not only didn’t vote for the war, but he actually DID NOT vote against either.

    We are voting for a president who needs to have the experience to turn our messy country around. I personally don’t see leadership in Obama. I see a motivational speaker who has other people write his speeches. Charm is his strong suit and charm is not going to run this country.

    I do see real leadership in Moore even though he’s a little sloppy in his delivery.

    Take a look from a real insider’s point of view.

    Link: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/joe-wilson/battletested_b_86355.html

  • As Moore truly states, Obama spoke out early against the war. He is a true peace-maker, bringing people together.

  • My hopes are pinned on Barack Obama.
    He’s the best candidate to come along in a very long time. He’s the hope for the future, and I would love to seem him in the White House. I believe the whole world would benefit.
    I wish you a fair wind at your back, Mr. Obama!

  • teknickle

    Neither Clinton nor Obama have experience..except being experienced attorneys that joined Senate to be bought be special interests. Follow the money of their contributors. Goldman Sachs and Citibank own them. They BOTH belong to the CFR. Hillary attended Bilderberg meeting (and Mitt Romney, Dick Cheney, GW Bush are all part of the group).

    To think that people fall into a category of ‘republican’ or ‘democrat’ and that one is better than the other is outright retarded. They are all self-serving criminals out for power and financial gain. Only 2 running were men you could trust (and both have long pasts that prove their honesty):
    Democrat Kuccinich
    Republican Ron Paul

  • Duane

    I just listened to Michael Moore on CBC Radio (Canada)’s program As It Happens responding to a question about whether the U.S. is ready to elect a black president. He flat out said “no, it’s not.” Well that’s what you want is endorsement! He’s basically says he supports the candidate but can’t win the general election. Charming!

  • Tommy Allen

    “remember Obama wasn’t in a position to vote. He wasn’t in the U.S. Senate at the time. He cannot base his claim voting against the war when he wasn’t privy to that vote.” rcarlson323

    The true color of someones character is not what they do SOLELY when they have power… but what they do when no one is looking. So what if he wasn’t privy to that vote… it doesn’t change the fact that he was right.

    “And what is all this “moral” talk by Michael Moore? He’s not endorsing Obama out of morality. What is moral about endorsing a man with only 3 years experience in the U.S. Senate who not only didn’t vote for the war, but he actually DID NOT vote against either.”

    US Senate experience is not a prerequisite for the office of President. Need I remind you that most of our former Presidents have had NO senate experience at all. Furthermore since years of official experience seems to be of importance to you… Obama happens to have MORE elected official experience than Senator Clinton.

    Personally, motivation is a part of the leadership we need to turn this country around and I see that in Obama. I also think that it IS moral to support a man who had the morally sound judgment to be against the war and not take money from special interests.

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