Michael Moore in what appears to be a fit of idiocy, has determined that the problem with this country is the fact that a few people earn and possess the majority of the wealth. One percent of the population pays better than 40% of the income tax while at least 40% pay no taxes at all, a fact Moore either does not believe or is too obsessed with his love of communism to want to believe. This might be supported by his hospitalization and surgery in Cuba not too long ago. If Moore thinks Cuba is a better place to live and work, he should, by all means move there. The infatuation with redistribution of wealth, aka social justice has become manic among liberals like Moore. Would Moore be willing to allow for an audit of money he has earned to show exactly how much of his wealth has been distributed to the poor, voluntarily and involuntarily. Moore is not an economist. In fact, according to his bio, he was a college dropout.
Moore’s blue-collar background, growing up in a suburb of Flint, Michigan to a father who worked in the automotive industry and who was active in the autoworker’s union apparently shaped much of his hatred for those who were smart enough to earn a great deal of money. On the other hand, Moore was fortunate to be given the opportunity to film a number of documentaries that were well received by his liberal friends. Moore, despite it all became an entrepreneur. His films were nevertheless used as a platform to “expose” the evils of people who were smart enough, energetic enough and had the ability to make money. He chose to be an advocate of communism evidenced by the venom he continues to spout through his films and when some liberal cable show gives him air.
Michael Moore should move to a country that better suits his philosophy rather than try to force Americans to accept his unacceptable beliefs. Why do the collective Michael Moores find it both correct and necessary to change this country for a few at the expense of the rest of America?