Wednesday, November 02, 2005

Michael Moore owns Halliburton!

That can't be right! I mean, he swore he doesn't own and has never owned any stock, and he made Halliburton into a boogeyman in his mockumentary Fahrenheit 9/11! Yet another case of "Do as I say, not as I do!" Details:
"I don't own a single share of stock!" filmmaker Michael Moore proudly proclaimed.

He's right. He doesn't own a single share. He owns tens of thousands of shares – including nearly 2,000 shares of Boeing, nearly 1,000 of Sonoco, more than 4,000 of Best Foods, more than 3,000 of Eli Lilly, more than 8,000 of Bank One and more than 2,000 of Halliburton, the company most vilified by Moore in "Fahrenheit 9/11."

If you want to see Moore's own signed Schedule D declaring his capital gains and losses where his stock ownership is listed, it's emblazoned on the cover of Peter Schweizer's new book, "Do As I Say (Not As I Do): Profiles in Liberal Hypocrisy."
He could always get Clintonesque in the rare event that he gets called out by the MSM or the left (pardon the redundancy) on his two-faced (to go along with his two chins) living: "I told the truth! I said I didn't own a single share, and 'thousands of shares' isn't 'a single share', now is it?"

Keep in mind, folks, that Hollywood thinks this lying hypocritical tub of guts is a cinematic genius. Thank God (insert silver screen deity here) these people don't have a measurable impact on the electorate!