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MIchael Moore has been causing controversy and debate in the political scene for years now. He is always trying to document something wrong with our government and is always making sure his words are heard, but sometimes he should have just kept his mouth shut.
This list is full to the brim with dumbest quotes by Michael Moore. However Michael has no remorse towards his foolishness or arrogance and it shines through in the way he speaks and the ridiculous things he says.
1

'yes, general, no, general.'


"Maybe it's a sick fantasy of mine, but I am really looking forward to a debate between a general and a deserter. Plus, I really want to hear President Bush have to say, 'Yes, General, No, General.'

Michael Moore, on Wesley Clark
2

White people scare the crap out of me.


"White people scare the crap out of me. … I have never been attacked by a black person, never been evicted by a black person, never had my security deposit ripped off by a black landlord, never had a black landlord … never been pulled over by a black cop, never been sold a lemon by a black car salesman, never seen a black car salesman, never had a black person deny me a bank loan, never had a black person bury my movie, and I've never heard a black person say, 'We're going to eliminate ten thousand jobs here - have a nice day!'"

Michael Moore, writing in "Stupid White Men"
3

He is probably choking on a pretzel or something.


"He is probably choking on a pretzel or something. I hope nobody tells him that I have won this award while he is eating a pretzel. ... He has the funniest lines in the film. I am eternally grateful to him."

Michael Moore on President Bush, after winning the top prize at the Cannes film festival for his documentary film "Fahrenheit 9/11"
4

I thought the love scene between cheney and rumsfeld brought a tear to my eye.


"I forgot out there on the stage to thank my cast. So if I could do that now, I want to thank Mr. Bush, Mr. Cheney, Paul Wolfowitz and Donald Rumsfeld. I thought the love scene between Cheney and Rumsfeld brought a tear to my eye."

Michael Moore, on "Fahrenheit 9/11"