Last night Michael Moore and Rachel Maddow had a spirited and incisive conversation about the Paul campaign's "mainstreaming of violence," with the celebrated documentarian expressing guarded optimism about Tuesday's election.
"I'm still hanging on to this belief that when people go in that booth -- they're going to be mad at Obama, they're going to be mad at the Democrats, you know, things haven't changed, people still aren't working, they've been out of work for two years, their house is getting foreclosed -- but when they're in that booth and the curtain closes and they look at that Republican name, I think a lot of people are just gonna go, 'oyyyyy,' I remember what those eight years were like."
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