Really, did this fat slob tell someone to get off the couch?
On Current TV last night Michael Moore told host Jennifer Granholm that it was time for Democrats to “get off the couch” and organize against right-to-work victories.
Moore reminded Granholm that “right wing billionaires” were taking over the state legislatures to crush the middle class.
“They are out to destroy the lives of tens of millions of people, they don’t give a rat’s ass about any of this.” Moore warned. “Unless we get up off the couch, and get active and get involved they will win.”
Get active? This blubbery behemoth would keel over if he did a minute of exercise.
He also waxes nostalgic for the Reagan years.
“The older generation that really was behind Reagan, you know, if were 55 or 60 years old in 1980, when Reagan ran, you’re dead now,” Moore said. “They’re not alive, they left. And when they left, you know, things got better.”
Many folks like us who voted for Reagan are still younger than this walking heart attack.
By the way, this hero of the working man used non-union stagehands making one of his propaganda flicks a few years ago.
Michael Moore, champion of the working class, used non-union stagehands to film “Capitalism: A Love Story.” The porcine provocateur is promoting his anti-Wall Street jeremiad by giving free tickets to unions, but the American Federation of Teachers has turned them down because Moore didn’t hire any members of the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees.