Obese beta-male Michael Moore has a new film out called "Capitalism: A Love Story". The end of the film, according to this piece by Reuters, states the following:
"Capitalism is an evil, and you cannot regulate evil," the two-hour movie concludes.
"You have to eliminate it and replace it with something that is good for all people and that something is democracy."
As you can see, Moore is targeting the film towards what would be his typical viewers...morons. Moore isn't stupid; he knows that comparing capitalism and democracy is an apples-and-oranges exercise. But he relies on an audience of the usual dimwits and demagogues, clueless Hollywood liberals, the Marxist university elite, leftist lawyers, and statist Democrats, in order to make a buck. And that is the ultimate hypocrisy; Moore is as much a capitalist as those he rails against. What he sells, however, is nothing productive and only promotes his hatred of America and the American people.
I don't believe Moore, whose obesity should be considered a threat to the American health care system by those statists who want a single-payer health system, has done a movie about the evils of communism, which by design requires the vast percentage of a nation's population to be reduced to living in poverty in the name of economic equality...well, except for the mass-murdering criminals that run those systems. Of course, Moore's last film, "Sicko", extolled the "virtues" of the Cuban health care system under the murderous and tyrannical regime of the Castros, despite the fact that the rotting Fidel needed a surgeon from Spain to keep himself alive after his own Cuban doctors botched a surgery that almost killed him (too bad!). Don't expect Moore to change his modus operandi when it comes to his own hypocritical capitalism.