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Michael Moore Is a Big Fat Stupid White Man Paperback – May 10, 2005
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About the Author
After ten years of service as an attorney with the U.S. Department of the Interior in Washington, D.C., David T. Hardy returned to Tucson, Arizona, where he has handled everything from death penalty appeals to First Amendment cases. He is the creator of Mooreexposed.com.
Jason Clarke has been at different times a telemarketer, proofreader, and an unemployed American. He is currently a website developer and writer living in New England. He founded Moorelies.com following the 2003 Academy Awards, and has since become one of the loudest voices answering Michael Moore's every public outburst.
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Top Customer Reviews
I agree with a couple other reviewers who have said the title of this book is very misleading as to the contents of the book. I understand why they named it "Michael Moore is a big, fat stupid white man." It is a combination of Al Franken's early 1990s book title about Rush Limbaugh, and Michael Moore's "Stupid White Men". There is a bit of humor here and there. At the beginning of the book the authors give us a time line between 1989 through the present of Michael Moore words and actions, and how we can know what will happen by what Moore says. Whatever he says - the opposite will happen.
I would recommend this book to anyone who doesn't know much about Moore and his background. I didn't, and I learned alot - from his first so-called documentary "Roger and Me," (GM president Roger Smith) up to his latest propaganda piece. "Fahrenheit 9/11" had not been released at the time this book went to press, but the authors accurately hit the nail on the head telling the reader what will be in it, just by knowing Moore's history and how predictable he is.
I found this book to be so informative I began to keep a pencil handy to underline and check certain passages so I could refer back to them later.Read more ›
In regards to the book content, it is excellent. I am sure by now that everyone knows Michael Moore is far from the "man of the people" he pretends to be. He is a very wealthy member of the celebrity circles, owns more than one million dollar home, and in fact is quite smug about his wealth. He charges up to 30k to speak out about the perils of wealthy, white men, which in a twist of irony he seems unaware of - he is. In fact several Moore quotes show a man who is overtly arrogant about his wealth and how he has become rich while other journalists are struggling by "playing by the rules".(page 120).
In regards to his films and books, it is unfortunate he falsifies information to the extent he does. I think that he makes some good points. In "Bowling for Columbine" I agreed with his stance on gun control, yet he wasn't content with facts, he had to lie and misrepresent the truth to get there.Read more ›
As Americans, we need to remember that free speech can be taken from us not only by our government but by individuals who would threaten, menace, and use the weight of their status as celebrities to silence dissent and exert influence. In this book - and in other works of film and print that are emerging - we are finally seeing a response, an intelligent response to unbalanced propaganda that is presented as fact. It is a brave and important work, and should be read by any who are concerned about the influence of propaganda in society.
Propaganda is poison for democracy. Read this book and you will learn a great deal about America's preeminent propagandist.
Read this book, and support free speech!
Hardy and Clarke may find that they are preaching to the choir with their critique of Moore's work and character and their blow by blow analysis of his 'documentaries,' but they hit the nail on the head and should be commended for their guts (as Moore has loudly threatened legal action against his 'wacko attackos').
Disregard the criticism in the previous posts. Its doubtful the critics have read the book. If they did they'd have to take a long look in the mirror as this book exposes Moore and his blind followers for the true, lying, whiny malcontents that they are.
Final word: Buy the book. Its a very well researched and written critique of America's foremost blowhard.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The title says quite clearly what Mr Moore has demonstrated for all the world to seePublished 21 months ago by DanangDoc
This book has lessened my hate for Michael Moore only in the sense that I now pity such a waste of a talent. Read morePublished on December 18, 2013 by Collin Christensen
A right wing kook criticizes Moore. Pure unadulterated crap from someone who doesn't like Moore's viewpoint and wants to push the extreme right's political agenda.Published on May 26, 2013 by Amazon Customer
ISBN 0060763957 - Printed in the United States of America. Hardcover, 246 pages. Published by HarperCollins Publishers Inc, in 2004. By David T. Hardy and Jason Clarke. Read morePublished on January 21, 2013 by Anna M. Ligtenberg
Not what i expected it to be....can't remember too much of it, which is probably a good thing I guess.Published on November 29, 2012 by Kim
Fortunately I did not buy it. This is pure junk. I decided to see what it was all about and it seems to be written by a ten year old. Read morePublished on February 29, 2012 by Amazon Customer
Well I picked this up cause of the title. I found this was an enlightening read for me. Guess I'm one of those that fell for all his lies. Read morePublished on May 2, 2011 by Jeannie Howard