Wednesday, October 20, 2004

Seattle: Moore in character at KeyArena

Moore in character at KeyArena: "Filmmaker Michael Moore brought his nationwide get-out-the-vote campaign to Seattle last night, telling a boisterous KeyArena audience that President Bush's days in office are numbered.
'Two more weeks. Two more weeks,' he said after walking onto the stage to a standing ovation from the nearly full house. 'It's been a long four years, hasn't it?'
During his two-hour appearance, the 'Fahrenheit 9/11' director delivered sharp criticism of Bush for his handling of the war in Iraq.
He also used the evening to poke fun at the president and at conservative pundits such as talk show host Bill O'Reilly.
Moore entertained the crowd with spoof campaign ads for the Bush-Cheney ticket and a mock reading of 'My Pet Goat,' the book the president was reading at a Florida elementary school when he was informed about the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11, 2001.
Having traveled to more than 30 cities on the tour, Moore said he was heartened by the number of people who have turned out to hear him speak."


"My movies are the anti-propaganda," he said during a news conference before last night's event.

From: "Foolproof Performing Arts"
To: "'JOlmsted'"
Subject: RE: Julie Furlong: Email Address
Date: Mon, 18 Oct 2004 11:33:18 -0700

I will forward your ticket request to Julie.
There is no press conference for this event.

Foolproof Performing Arts


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