Slacker Uprising

Michael Moore

Slacker Uprising follows Michael Moore’s 2004 Presidential election tour to document the frightening response he receives from the United States.

Moore set out to convince the millions of non-voting citizens mainly between 18-20 to stop being slack and giving voting a try.

Starting off the tour Moore heads to Elk Rapids, Michigan to convince an audience of 400 that voting isn’t so bad, the trip quickly became so popular that up to 16,000 slackers turned up each night to see Moore and his entourage of speakers, comedians, and musicians.

To get the slackers the show-up, Moore offered them a clean pair of underwear, free noodles and that none of the events would start before midday and not one politician would take to the dais.

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