Michael Moore checks into fat farm

It appears that the poster boy for the Democrat party has finally decided to take action against inflation. The inflation of his repulsively corpulent body that is. The Leni Riefenstahl of the modern Democrats, Michael Moore, was spotted in attendance at Miami's Pritikin Longevity Center and Spa in mid-November.

Given his girth, it's not like he would be hard to spot.

Moore had been on the receiving end of dietary advice from that avatar of physical fitness, Roger Ebert:

Eat foods that are heavy in weight but low in calories. I got this idea from Roger Ebert, he was the one who turned me on to the Pritikin Longevity Center in Florida. (Eating heavy foods) naturally creates the same thing as a gastric bypass; it gives you a full feeling so you don't want any more food. Just eat things that have some weight to them."

If we can judge from recent photos, Moore had apparently worked his way up to consuming anvils, truck bumpers and bales of hay. An eye-witness report from the spa indicated that Moore looked neither healthy nor happy to be in attendance:

He didn't look like he wanted to talk. And neither did I. But he sure was fat, even fatter than he looks on tv, like he'd gained a hundred pounds.


It's likely Moore wants to be fit enough to join his fellow progressives in their lemming like plunge over the political cliff following their crushing defeat in the 2010 mid-term elections.


Ralph Alter is a regular contributor to American Thinker.


It appears that the poster boy for the Democrat party has finally decided to take action against inflation. The inflation of his repulsively corpulent body that is. The Leni Riefenstahl of the modern Democrats, Michael Moore, was spotted in attendance at Miami's Pritikin Longevity Center and Spa in mid-November.

Given his girth, it's not like he would be hard to spot.

Moore had been on the receiving end of dietary advice from that avatar of physical fitness, Roger Ebert:

Eat foods that are heavy in weight but low in calories. I got this idea from Roger Ebert, he was the one who turned me on to the Pritikin Longevity Center in Florida. (Eating heavy foods) naturally creates the same thing as a gastric bypass; it gives you a full feeling so you don't want any more food. Just eat things that have some weight to them."

If we can judge from recent photos, Moore had apparently worked his way up to consuming anvils, truck bumpers and bales of hay. An eye-witness report from the spa indicated that Moore looked neither healthy nor happy to be in attendance:

He didn't look like he wanted to talk. And neither did I. But he sure was fat, even fatter than he looks on tv, like he'd gained a hundred pounds.


It's likely Moore wants to be fit enough to join his fellow progressives in their lemming like plunge over the political cliff following their crushing defeat in the 2010 mid-term elections.


Ralph Alter is a regular contributor to American Thinker.


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