Speak your mind and the boos will follow- Part 2

Michael Moore Criticizes Bush During Oscar Acceptance Speech
HOLLYWOOD ( – Winning the award for best documentary film for “Bowling for Columbine,” Michael Moore gave what will most likely be the most controversial acceptance speech of the night, criticizing President George W. Bush and the war on Iraq.
“We like nonfiction,” Moore said while standing onstage with the other documentary film makers for the films “Spellbound,” “Prisoner of Paradise,” “Daughter from Danang” and “Winged Migration,” “and we live in fictitious times. We live in a time where we have fictitious elections, which elects a fictitious President. We live in a time where we have a man sending us to war for fictitious reasons.”
“We are against the war, Mr. Bush. Shame on you, Mr. Bush, shame on you,” he got out before the music chimed in signaling the end of his time on the stage.
The reaction from the audience almost drowned out Moore’s comments, with half the crowd booing and the other half clapping. The camera panned to the stunned reaction of several attendees, including best actor nominee Adrien Brody (with a very stunned looking Chad Lowe in the background), a smiling Lou Gossett Jr. and Martin Scorsese, who looked as if he were on the brink of clapping. Harrison Ford was seen smiling, while Denzel Washington looked less enthused as he thoughtfully pulled at his beard.
Host Steve Martin made light of the speech later by telling the crowd that “teamsters are helping Michael Moore into the trunk of his limo.”