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Dueling D-V-D's enter the campaign fray
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UNDATED With just four weeks left until Election Day, Michael Moore is beginning his end game against President Bush today -- releasing 3-and-a-half (m) million copies of the D-V-D version of "Fahrenheit 9/11."

At the same time, a documentary that's called "an alternative" to Moore's film is being released on D-V-D. "George W. Bush: Faith in the White House" focuses on the president's born-again Christianity -- something he wore on his sleeve as early as 2000 in an Iowa debate. The candidate was asked to name his favorite philosopher. His answer, "Christ, because He changed my heart."

One friend reacts by saying he thought Bush had just committed "political suicide" -- another says he knew the candidate had just "won the election."

The president's conservative Christian supporters will welcome the film that includes a split-screen shot of Bush and Jesus. Frank Rich in The New York Times says "the message isn't subtle -- they were separated at birth."

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