Skip to comments.5 Questions for Michael Moore from Thomas Jefferson
Posted on 03/31/2011 2:13:42 PM PDT by HorowitzianConservative
That whole up-is-down, black-is-white thing that the Lefts got going does leave a sane person wondering if theyre all off their meds. How else to explain professional blowhard Michael Moores appearance on Colbert this week, where he offered up several big heapin helpings of crazy. Bet you didn't realize Professor Moore was a scholar and expert on all things Founding Father-related? Or that he and Thomas Jefferson had so much in common? Check it out:
Best I can tell, this is the quote that Moore was attempting to torture into Marxism: The earth is given as a common stock for men to labor and to live on... Wherever in any country there are idle lands and unemployed poor, it is clear that the laws of property have been so far extended as to violate natural right. Everyone may have land to labor for himself, if he chooses; or, preferring the exercise of any other industry, may exact for it such compensation as not only to afford a comfortable subsistence, but wherewith to provide for a cessation from labor in old age.
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Even more disturbing is the fact that many apolitical types by his BS.
Thus, the dumbing down of America. If you have the masses buying his garbage, he feeds from their trough. He makes money on lies - things that pop into that gargantuan head of his. If people would just tune him out he would lose money and shut up. The people who went to his movies pay his expenses and his huge food bill.
Who cares what that fat slob thinks or says. His fatal heart attack is coming.
“Who cares what that fat slob thinks or says. His fatal heart attack is coming.”
From your lips or keyboard directly to God’s or Mother Nature’s ear.
Good riddance to bad rubbish.
” Even more disturbing is the fact that many apolitical types by his BS.”
I assume you made a typo and meant to say “buy” his BS.
His schtick is the same thing that racists like Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton have made a living from, by extoling the phony claims they make amongst the types of people who want somebody else to pay for their comfort, and have no intention of working for a living or being self-reliant or responsible.
In BOTH these cases, it's a matter of your "Right" to the wealth of others, as determined by those in charge as to who gets what handout.
Yes, that’s a typo.
it’s a matter of your “Right” to the wealth of others, as determined by those in charge as to who gets what handout.
And, why hasn’t someone challenged him when he made the moronic statement that our money was not ours. Well, his money is evidently his. Why doesn’t someone say, OK, give all your money to the government, after all, it isn’t yours. These smucks who buy into his garbage should send him their monthly bills for him to pay - see if he comes through. Yeah, very doubtful.