“The inherent vice of capitalism is the unequal sharing of blessings…”

“…the inherent virtue of socialism is the equal sharing of miseries.”

Winston Churhill

Now hear the new poster child of the socialist movement in Amerika, Michael Moore:

Moore On Wealthy People’s Money: “That’s Not Theirs, That’s A National Resource, It’s Ours”

“They’re sitting on the money, they’re using it for their own — they’re putting it someplace else with no interest in helping you with your life, with that money. We’ve allowed them to take that.

Michael Moore thinks the wealthy should give it back.

I say, you first Michael.

5 thoughts on ““The inherent vice of capitalism is the unequal sharing of blessings…”

  1. Mitch/Johnny, I don’t have time now to look up the details, but last month Moore sued the Wiestien’s…he made about $19,000,000 on a movie, and he is suing to get another $2-3 million.

  2. In my effort on my part to minimize any vitriolic rhetoric I’m only going to say:

    Michael Moore is a vile, putrid, bag of puss. Any other comment I might make would be far too profanity-laced.

  3. Maybe if Moore gave away his money, to the point of virtual starvation, he’d be able to finally drop some of that weight.

    That said, one would figure that even Moore would be able to figure out that when he uses his millions for his own personal uses (Double Cheeseburgers and reinforced furniture come to mind), those involved in making and selling these commodities benefit.

    Of course, given that this is the guy who can’t figure out that it’s a bad thing when dozens of people freeze to death at a Cuban mental hospital (how is that possible?), I’m not very hopeful for him.

  4. Michele Malkin’s book: “Do as I say, Not as I do” has an entire chapter devoted to this assclown. Mike Gallegher played Moore’s comments today on his show. At first I screamed…then laughed at the shear hypocracy of his statements. Unfortunately, lefty moonbats lap this crap up.

  5. Sometimes when I watch Moore in action, I swear he’s actually an “agent proschlockateur,” to borrow the brilliant phrasing from the master satirist that Mitch quoted yesterday.

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