A note from Michael Moore: I've written a book

Friends,

This morning my new book officially goes on sale. It has a fancy title: “Mike’s Election Guide.” It’s cheap ($11.19 on Amazon). It’s got a cool quote on the back cover from Republican congressman Tom Davis: “The Republican brand is in the trash can … If we were dog food, they would take us off the shelf.”

And it’s got 200+ pages of facts and ideas that you won’t read anywhere else, like:

** Does John McCain think it’s right to drop bombs on civilians in (his words) “heavily populated” cities?

** The only reason Social Security is running out of money is because people who make over $102,000 a year pay NO social security tax on what they make over $102,000 (if they did, we’d have enough money in Social Security for the next 75 years!).

** Bring back the draft — but only draft the rich. If they have to serve, they won’t be so eager to start ridiculous wars.

** Despite what you’ve heard, we actually pay more “taxes” than France or any European country — and get none of the benefits they receive.

** Why we must arrest Misters Bush and Cheney as they slip out of the White House this coming January 20th for the crimes they have committed.

The early reviews are in. The New York Daily News declares that “Mike’s Election Guide” “takes no prisoners.” The Associated Press calls it “a manual of mockery for the 2008 presidential election.” And the St. Petersburg Times says that “Mike’s Election Guide” is a “mix of outrageous humor, passionate partisanship and common sense.” The McClatchy Newspaper chain calls it a “no-holds-barred examination of our politics. Pages explode with so much humor, you’ll find yourself laughing out loud at Moore’s sharp wit on serious topics such as health care, childcare, taxes and terrorism.” And this piece from AlterNet lays out my reasoning for telling the whole truth about what John McCain did in the Vietnam War — and asks why everyone else seems afraid to bring this up.

I’ve written this book to give you some good arguments to make as you discuss the election with family and friends. And I’ve laid out the 12 Senate seats and 30 House seats we can win — and how to do that.

I need to warn you — I don’t let the Democratic Party bigwigs off the hook. I challenge them to have a spine, to not repeat the past mistakes they’ve made in the past two elections, and I ask them why they’re so afraid of Republicans (“Is it true that Democrats still drink from a sippy cup and sleep with the light on?”).

I hope you get a chance to read my book and that it gives you a good (and needed) laugh — and also a bit of inspiration as we head toward that fateful day on November 4th.

Thanks for all your support of my work. I wish all of us well as we have but ten weeks to go before Redemption Day!!

Yours,
Michael Moore
mail Michael
MichaelMoore.com


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0 Responses to A note from Michael Moore: I've written a book

  1. steve says:

    ahh socialism:

    The only reason Social Security is running out of money is because people who make over $102,000 a year pay NO social security tax on what they make over $102,000 (if they did, we’d have enough money in Social Security for the next 75 years!).

    I max out my SS payment every year. So I should have to pay SS for wages (remember, SS is only placed on wages, not other forms of income) but not get an extra benefit? I still would get the same benefit, but have to pay 8% more in taxes to get no improvement on my SS benefit? Great deal!

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