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Matthew Hoy currently works as a metro page designer at the San Diego Union-Tribune.

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Monday, November 01, 2004
Totten's got it: I'm going to have to agree with Michael Totten on this one.


F911, INDEED. Most of us who have seen or read a transcript of Osama bin Laden's new video noticed how much the reconstructed jihadist's rhetoric has in common with Michael Moore's. Moore noticed, as well. From his Web site:


There he was, OBL, all tan and rested and on videotape (hey, did you get the feeling that he had a bootleg of my movie? Are there DVD players in those caves in Afghanistan?)


He's bragging about this in the middle of an anti-Bush taunt. I'd be embarrassed if a mass-murdering fascist reminded me of myself. If something like this doesn't give the man a reality check, absolutely nothing ever will.


Michael Moore doesn't do particularly well with reality. Best we leave that one alone.

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