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Michael Moore's John Reed Moment


By Gary Starr for the Neville Awards
March 7, 2010


Earth's second extra-terrestrial satellite, or a small planet with two legs if you will, fancies himself a latter day John Reed (the real-life Communist loser in the Warren Beatty movie 'Reds'). He has recently starred in his own version of "10 Days That Shook the World" by journeying to Madison, Wisconsin to declare that America and Wisconsin are not broke, and all of America "stands with you." He was also gassing around about the workers having "had enough." Of what we are not sure.

Maybe they want to get paid not to show up for work like their elected Democrat state senators. Oh wait, that's already happening....they are all down at the statehouse with silly pre-printed union signs and making a huge mess.

Thrill to the latest rantings of our national treasure and erstwhile post-modern Lili Riefenstahl:



OK, now we get it. How could we have gotten it sooooooo wrong? The evil rich are merely hoarding all the money, denying it to the people. The working folks should just take the money away from the banks as it now is declared by Moore to be a national resource.

To Mr. Moore we say,"You first." Give away all your millions to the folks who really need itů.the pampered public employee moochers who don't want to pay for their pensions and healthcare.

By the way have you noticed that the MSM is using the exact same tactic they employed in the illegal alien debate? In the leftist utopia illegals are routinely referred to as immigrants, not illegal immigrants, in order to blur the distinction. The public sector unions are being lumped in with the private sector unions to blur that distinction.

And, of course the question that is never asked is, who are the public sector employees organizing against? If the public sector unions are in collusion with elected democrats (who receive millions in union contributions) to collectively bargain for benefits, who is left out in the bargaining process? Why it's you, the taxpayer. Can we finally say 'conflict of interest'?

Our Fraudinator-in-Chief jumped into the Madison mess by calling Governor Walker's bill an attack on unions. This was before he realized that federal employees do not have collective bargaining rights. We haven't heard much from Obama on the Madison wars since he stuck his left foot in his mouth.

But I digress.

In an incredible display of hypocrisy, in Feb. 2011, Moore sued 'Fahrenheit 9/11' producers, the Weinstein brothers, for $2.7 million in alleged unpaid royalties. Larry Stein, Moore's celebrity lawyer, claimed that the Weinsteins used "bogus accounting methods to hide the true amounts" that the brothers owe the director.

For a guy whose films are devoted to bashing American capitalism, Moore is very concerned about his profits. One assumes that, if victorious, Moore will give all of his winnings to the working people of America as well. We aren't holding our breath.

By the way, is that a weather system I see forming around Earth's second extra-terrestrial satellite? Have another burger bro'.
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