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The slob and the dictator

Here's another example of  lunacy, via The National Review's Marc Thiessen, Michael Moore as speechwriter for a dictator.

Michael Moore: Presidential Speechwriter 

Burning the midnight oil on book deadline last night, I saw Michael Moore on Jimmy Kimmel Live. He claimed to have helped Hugo Chavez write his address to the U.N. General Assembly while they were both attending the Venice Film Festival. Tells you everything you need to know about both Michael Moore and Hugo Chavez . . .

If you can stomach it, the video is up at You Tube.

H/T:  Joe

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