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Thursday, January 20, 2005
Big hypocrite: Guns are bad. Really bad. At least, that's what the Academy Award-winning film "Bowling for Columbine" purported to show. America is a dangerous place with all of these gun-wielding nuts running around.

Then you see this:


Filmmaker Michael Moore's bodyguard was arrested for carrying an unlicensed weapon in New York's JFK airport Wednesday night.

Police took Patrick Burke, who says Moore employs him, into custody after he declared he was carrying a firearm at a ticket counter. Burke is licensed to carry a firearm in Florida and California, but not in New York. Burke was taken to Queens central booking and could potentially be charged with a felony for the incident.


Like all limousine liberals, there are two standards -- one for them and another for the "little people."

*UPDATE* Moorewatch reports that the aforementioned Patrick Burke, while he has worked as Moore's bodyguard in the past, was not employed in that capacity at the time of his arrest.

Moore is still a hypocrite.

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