posted on Jul, 27 2004 @ 01:03 PM
Convention chairman, Richarson, was less than thrilled by Moore being present at the convention and was of the opinion that Moore's hardline
anti-bush message did not fit well with Kerry campaign message. While Jerry Springer, former talk host and delegate from Ohio felt Moore belonged at
The Democratic Party is giving filmmaker Michael Moore what he called ``red carpet treatment'' at the party convention in Boston, including a box
inside the FleetCenter to entertain guests and credentials to mingle with the delegates and press.
The one thing Moore did not get from the Democrats was an opportunity to address the crowd. A self-described independent voter, Moore said he's
satisfied helping Democratic nominee John Kerry through his movie ``Fahrenheit 9/11,'' which questions President George W. Bush's handling of the
Sept. 11 attacks and the war in Iraq.
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Love him or hate him Moore creates a fuss where ever he goes and convention goers appear to love him. Moore told the conventions black caucus "It's
uncool to be apathetic, it's uncool to sit on the couch and do nothing,'' Moore belongs here and is more honest with opinions than politicians from
either of the 2 major parties.
[edit on 27-7-2004 by John bull 1]