This could potentially be amusing:

CAPITALISM: A LOVE STORY’ – In Theaters October 2nd

“It’s a crime story. But it’s also a war story about class warfare. And a vampire movie, with the upper 1 percent feeding off the rest of us. And, of course, it’s also a love story. Only it’s about an abusive relationship.

“It’s not about an individual, like Roger Smith, or a corporation, or even an issue, like health care. This is the big enchilada. This is about the thing that dominates all our lives — the economy. I made this movie as if it was going to be the last movie I was allowed to make.

“It’s a comedy.” — Michael Moore

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3 Responses to “CAPITALISM: A LOVE STORY”

  1. Gaskat says:

    About time Mr Moore tackled this issue. Unlawful killing (in this case on markets) generally has a motive and a murder weapon – check out – Did oil price volatility cause the
    financial crisis?
    – to find out how why and how this crime was done.

  2. Fredex says:

    You’ve blown a gasket, Gaskat. You link to an entirely undocumented wiki rant.

  3. VangelV says:

    More might be right about the effects crony capitalism, where government is in bed with big business, but he opposes the solution, which is free market capitalism. That is the problem with this debate; most of the critics can’t tell the difference between a state that uses regulations to protect special business interests and a system that allows competition. The solution is not a bigger state but one that is smaller and allows the markets to punish businesses that cannot convince the consumer that they have the goods and services that are in demand at the right price.