Michael Moore, of "Fahrenheit 9/11" fame, is vowing to bring his cameras to Florida to provide oversight of the presidential election there in
November. Moore is also promising to provide money and a "huge" legal team to help with the monitoring.
"I am coming to Florida," the director of "Fahrenheit 9/11" promised Florida's delegation to the Democratic National Convention in Boston.
"Together we will guarantee to every Floridian that their vote will be counted this year."
"I will have my cameras. We will put a huge spotlight on them. They will not get away with it this time."
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I am all for a fair election, but what type of oversight can such an obviously biased person/group provide? Election commissions are nonpartisan for
a reason. I don't see any good coming out of this - the elections are going to turn into even more of a circus than they were in 2000.
I don't know if Michael Moore will help the situation in Florida, but officials here are the one who really need to monitor the election and make
sure it goes well. With all the current issues going on regarding voting machines and felons again, florida is sure to be spotlighted again and I for
one think there might be another election day fiasco in my lovely homestate, especially in Broward and Miami/Dade counties.
People complain about Florida all the time, but all of this voting corruption didn't happen in Rhode Island or Indiana. Why was the only state having
so much trouble has a governor who is the brother of the President of the United States?
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