Tuesday, March 16, 2010



Regarding the Billion Dollar (Big Bad)Bank Buyout, the recession, foreclosures and evictions... Are you, too, tired of all the rambling rhetoric?

The ad-nauseum "rammed down your throats" soundbites?

Are you - like millions of others - wondering exactly how did we get into this mess?

Me, too!

How about enjoying a timely (and long overdue) little American History lesson? One that's not only chock-full o'Facts, Truths and Names Names...

It's also generously seasoned with a heaping helping of humor (laughter always helps the medicine go down.)

"Moore's fireball of a movie could change your life. It had me laughing with tears in my eyes."
– Peter Travers of Rolling Stone Magazine"

Filmmaker Michael Moore's latest (and greatest?) documentary is available on DVD - in stores Now. It's also available at Amazon.com You may also order it via Netflix.

"Michael Moore's didactic documentary style is actually a source of inspiration in Capitalism: A Love Story. Capitalism: A Love Story is a patriotic call to arms that seeks to ignite rage in the viewer who is tired of political stupidity resulting in poverty and hardship among a dwindling middle class. It begins by tracing the growing gap between the rich and poor, from the Depression through the 1950s "free enterprise" boom. Using clips of FDR and Jimmy Carter warning against greed and inequality, Moore shows how gradually Americans came to accept Reaganomics, corporate corruption, then Bush-era swindling over time. This history serves as context for his explanation of the housing crisis, the collapse of banks, and Bush's covert, last-ditch efforts to pass sketchy bills on the cusp of Obama's election. Moore asks several lawyers, senators, and bankers, "What the **** happened?" and each offers intelligent assessments of situations that many American viewers still struggle to comprehend. Like Robin Hood, Moore seeks justice, but his greatest strength is as a translator between those speaking a complex political language and his viewers. Capitalism: A Love Story... does much to relay a complicated history that we all need to know for the sake of our own empowerment. --Trinie Dalton
(Editorial Review from Amazon.com)

Blogger.com wouldn't let me include the official trailer (I know not why...) to whet your appetite... But, as an alternative, here's the link to watch it (Enjoy!):


Bless You, Michael Moore... And Thanks!


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