As a Michigan taxpayer, I’m thrilled to know that I subsidized Michael Moore’s “Capitalism: A Love Story” movie. I mean, what better way to fight corporate greed than by having my money taken from me and given to Michael Moore’s corporation so he can get rich exposing the evils of capitalism?
Moore’s anti-greed film takes on “the disastrous impact of corporate dominance on the lives of everyday Americans.” Among those disasters, taxpayer dollars being used to prop up evil, irresponsible, uncaring corporations. Might as well throw “Michael Moore Inc.” on that pile of evil corporations. But this irony isn’t any funnier than the morbidly obese slobbish Moore lecturing the country about health care.
And I won’t even bother to dwell on the comic economic ignorance of a state that claims to be trying to lure back business offering huge tax breaks to a man to make a movie that bashes business.
In “Capitalism: A Love Story,” Moore stands on Wall Street with a bullhorn telling the banks “We want our money back!”
Mr. Moore, we want our money back: