Michael Moore makes funny video in support of Barack Obama
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Oscar-winning documentary filmmaker Michael Moore has made a funny advertisement comprising elderly people campaigning for Barack Obama's presidential race.
The new humorous video for MoveOn.org in support of Obama shows a bunch of senior citizens urging young voters to cast their vote for the Demaocrat leader at the upcoming presidential election, said The Hollywood Reporter.
One 75-year-old woman pledges to "punch" Mitt Romney (Obama's Republican rival) if he wins the election, while a 97-year-old friend suggests she'll "burn this down" if the wrong man gets elected to the White House.
The ad aims to encourage eligible voters to get to the polls, pointing viewers to VotersRising.org, where they can donate or sign up to volunteer with MoveOn.
Moore, 58, a liberal filmmaker and social critic, has made films like 'Fahrenheit 9/11', the highest-grossing documentary of all time, 'Bowling for Columbine' and 'Sicko'.
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