American director Michael Moore recently encouraged his fellow Democrats to
take a leaf out of the Republicans' book and secure a celebrity as a future
Moore, speaking at a lunch to celebrate his documentary FAHRENHEIT 9/11
picking up the NEW YORK FILM CRITICS award for Best Non-Fiction Film, aimed his
campaigning comments at an audience including actress Faye Dunaway, actor
Griffin Dunne and
When Harry Met Sally writer Nora Ephron.
And Moore believes the Democrats need a figurehead such as the Republican
California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger.
He said, "Who's our Arnold? Republicans run people who are stars. When we
run people who are stars - rock star Bill Clinton, movie star JOHN KENNEDY - we
"Who wouldn't vote for Caroline Kennedy? Who wouldn't vote for Tom Hanks?"