Monday, March 7, 2011

Yo, Michael Moore ... Are We Broke Yet?

Glenn Reynolds has the video, "Are We Broke Yet? Michael Moore Says No, Reality Begs to Differ."

And from Serr8d's Cutting Edge, "
Jabba the Filmmaker":

Jabba the Filmmaker

RELATED: from Domenico Montanaro (via Memeorandum):
Over the weekend, liberal communist filmmaker Michael Moore said the fight in Wisconsin has “aroused a sleeping giant” for union rights across the country.

But the fight may have aroused a different “sleeping giant” -- the activist liberal Wisconsin electorate, which was dormant in the 2010 midterms.

A poll out today by the Wisconsin Policy Research Institute shows President Obama’s and Republican Gov. Scott Walker’s approval ratings heading in opposite directions.
I discussed that poll yesterday and the numbers for the Democrats aren't that robust, actually. And speaking of not that robust, at CBS, "White House memo notes shortage of applicants for contest to have Obama to speak at high school graduation."

Maybe they'd settle for Jabba the Filmmaker. Not.


dave in boca said...

The constant meme now is that the majority of voters in WI support the public union rights including every right to negotiate benefits and pensions. The scofflaw senators sitting in Illinois are counting on this possible turncoat Dave Schulz to vote with the Dems, which would still leave them one short, but be a "moral victory" of sorts.

Of course, could one even imagine a bunch of Republican State Senators playing hookey and getting the same fallacious polling and lavishly slavishly deferential treatment by the treason press?

I think the silent majority in WI may still support Walker, but the silly second-raters like Pawlenty & Gingrich & other possible POTUS candidates simply are scared to say boo....

Thank God the press isn't buffaloing Walker, and he's still standing tall in my book.

Mike aka Proof said...

I like the SEIU hat on the refugee from the cantina!

Stogie said...

I love the Photoshop. I see that the author borrowed two of my "suggested signs" for the pro-union protesters. Great, I am happy he could make such good use of them.

EDGE said...

LMAO! Nice pic!