shot back at Republicans Wednesday after they suggested the Fahrenheit 9/11
filmmaker should be prosecuted
for offering skivvies and Ramen noodles to college students in exchange for their vote. "It's ironic that Republicans have no problem with allowing assault weapons out on our streets," Moore said, "yet they don't want to put clean underwear in the hands of our slacker youth." In related news, Fahrenheit 9/11
sold about 2 million DVD/VHS copies during its first day in stores Tuesday, setting a new record for a documentary release.