Michael Moore was a guest on Sean Hannity's Fox News show tonight for spirited debate about Moore's new movie "Capitalism: A Love Story" and the roots of the financial crisis.
The two men did not agree on much, and Moore hammered Hannity for arguing that the subprime mortgage crisis and resulting financial meltdown can be almost entirely blamed on low-income borrowers who took out mortgages they couldn't afford. (Read why that's not true here.)
One of the most entertaining moments came early in the interview when the two men were discussing capitalism and religion, and Hannity declared that he attends Catholic Mass every Sunday. Moore asked him if he went this past Sunday, and Hannity affirmed that he did -- but he couldn't tell Moore what the sermon was about. Hannity knew he was caught but tried to cover his tracks with some jokes. Moore eventually looked at Hannity incredulously and noted, "It was just two days ago!"
Hannity on attending Mass is at the very end of this video.
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