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Sunday, March 6, 2011

This Omitted Link Is PROOOOF!

Thomas Lindaman writes:

Labor unions have jumped the shark. And they have Michael Moore to thank for it.

Moore's appearance in Wisconsin yesterday may have given the union folks a spiritual lift, but if they knew Moore's history with union labor, they might have told him to stay away.

And spoil the surprise?

Seems Moore wasn't too keen on using union labor during the filming of his documentary "Capitalism: A Love Story."

Of course, some might say this was a one-time thing and that Moore's history of being pro-labor makes up for it. Not so much.

How about the fact that this particular union didn't have the crew that Moore needed for filming documentaries?  Funny how you "accidentally" left out that obvious fact.

Seems Moore has a history of saying he supports labor unions, but he never quite acts on it.


This is further undeniable proof that Lindaman never checks his own sources.  The link Lindaman gave (a book from a right-wing shill), has the relevant anti-union pages omitted.  ROFL!  How convenient, since those pages have nothing to substantiate your claim But then, hearsay is usually the only way you can make any claims about "leftists," since the actual facts say otherwise.

Furthermore, Moore talks about his personal wealth

SO?  Do you have any idea on how irony is used for comedic effect?  Is that why right-wingers are so unfunny?

while doing his best to come off as a common man. Personally, I have no problem with Moore making money doing what he does, but when he's playing both sides of the fence as he does, it should raise some eyebrows, especially among the union protesters.

The fact that it didn't speaks volumes.

It speaks volumes that they know you right-wing spunkgulps aren't fooling them. 

Moore's beef with one particular union is a legitimate one.  If a union doesn't have the workers he needs, it's impossible to use that union.

Moore's films and TV shows have always been union.  Your copypaste of blatherings from right-wing websites that popped up after the Wisconsin rally (which brought in higher numbers than Beck's rally, by the way) can't change that fact.