Michael Moore’s Capitalism: A Love Story

Michael Moore’s Capitalism: A Love Story

Michael Moore’s Capitalism: A Love Story

In his latest film, Michael Moore goes after Wall Street fat cats and congressmen who love them, tracing the path of the economy through Bush, bubbles and bailouts.

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Michael Moore, the filmmaker behind Bowling for Columbine, Fahrenheit 9/11, and Sicko, has a new film coming out, titled Capitalism: A Love Story. Moore is after Wall Street fat cats and the congresspeople who love them in this picture, tracing the path of the economy through Bush, bubbles, and bailouts. As usual, he’s asking questions that no one wants to answer–“What is a credit default swap?” “How did this collapse happen?” and most importantly, “Where is our money?”

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