CAPITALISM x Michael Moore

honeykeeper

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And yet another Great one MM! Can't wait to see it!........ <img src='http://www.titanspot.com/Titan/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/023.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':smt003' /> <img src='http://www.titanspot.com/Titan/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/003.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':smt007' />



http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20090920/ap_en_ot/us_moore_fundraiser



Michael Moore screening 'Capitalism' in Mich. town



BELLAIRE, Mich. – Filmmaker Michael Moore gave residents of his adopted Michigan community an early showing of his new documentary on Saturday and urged them to help overthrow an economic system he said was beyond redemption.

More than 500 people crowded into a theater in Bellaire to see "Capitalism: A Love Story," a film based on the premise that greed and corruption have subverted U.S. democracy.


"I know what's in front of me these next weeks and months," Moore told one audience, anticipating withering criticism from conservative politicians and commentators, then added with a laugh: "That's why I wanted to watch this with you guys before I'm thrown to the lions."

Moore keeps a lakeside home near Bellaire, a rural village about 240 miles northwest of Detroit in Michigan's northwestern Lower Peninsula, and produced the film in a nearby town. The two showings along with three parties raised about $25,000 for the local Antrim County Democratic Party, its chairman said.

Michigan's unemployment rate of 15.2 percent is the nation's highest. It's even worse in parts of northern Michigan, where numerous auto parts factories and other manufacturers have folded in recent years.

The film blames the economic crisis on President Reagan-era deregulation and greedy business executives who Moore believes undermined free enterprise by pushing for policies that benefited the richest 1 percent while hurting the lower and middle classes.

Moore and his team produced "Capitalism" in a studio in Traverse City south of Bellaire.

"It was better for us to be here, in the heart of the trouble, instead of in the bubble of New York," said Moore, a Flint native.

There's little doubt the film will be controversial. Moore has long enraged conservatives with darkly satirical works such as "Bowling for Columbine," which criticized the nation's love affair with guns, and "Fahrenheit 9/11," an attack on the Bush administration's handling of the war in Iraq.

Moore has been a polarizing figure since his first documentary, "Roger & Me," accused General Motors Corp.'s executives of fleecing his hometown 20 years ago.

"Capitalism" also includes scenes from Flint, as Moore and his father — a former GM worker — visit the site of the spark plug factory where the elder Moore once worked.

"I don't have an 'interest' in Flint — I am Flint, just as anyone who was born and raised there is a part of it," Moore said in an interview between the showings. "Growing up there has had a profound effect on me."

Former Republican Gov. William Milliken, who watched with his wife, Helen, said the film was powerful.

"The message of the injustices that still persist and prevail in our society, that's a powerful message," he said.

Melanie Welch, formerly a teacher but now unemployed, said she was allowed to watch the film for free after slipping a note to Moore's wife, Kathleen Glynn.

"I wish everybody in the country could see it," said Welch, 63. "People need to get away from their computers, video games and TVs and get politically active so we can take this country back."

Ashley Barber, 18, of Muskegon, had never seen a Moore film and acknowledged fearing beforehand she'd be bored. Instead, she came away inspired.

"I had no idea the banks were doing these kinds of terrible things," she said. "Our generation is really going to have to change things."

The film will be released nationwide on Oct. 2.






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honeykeeper

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[quote name='krh2' date='22 September 2009 - 12:09 AM' timestamp='1253588973' post='153155']

That guy should be ####.... I will NEVER watch any of his Communist retoric.. EVER! But thanks for the thread HK maybe someone will.. <img src='http://www.titanspot.com/Titan/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/018.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':smt018' /> <img src='http://www.titanspot.com/Titan/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/001.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':smt003' />

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He hits it on the mark every time in my opinion .......and especially this time......Capitalism is rotten and must go. <img src='http://www.titanspot.com/Titan/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/004.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':smt004' />
 

krh2

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[quote name='honeykeeper' date='21 September 2009 - 08:18 PM' timestamp='1253589512' post='153158']

He hits it on the mark every time in my opinion .......and especially this time......Capitalism is rotten and must go. <img src='http://www.titanspot.com/Titan/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/004.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':smt018' />

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Ok, Tom... When you go to work tomorrow..... If you want a socialist/communist system..... Remember all your labor is going into a pool.. No matter how hard you work or how much you slack.... Man.. nevermind.. <img src='http://www.titanspot.com/Titan/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/013.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':smt004' /> Wait, I could just be a slacker and have other people pay my way? Really? Sign me up! <img src='http://www.titanspot.com/Titan/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/097.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':smt003' />
 

honeykeeper

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[quote name='krh2' date='22 September 2009 - 12:40 AM' timestamp='1253590834' post='153162']

Ok, Tom... When you go to work tomorrow..... If you want a socialist/communist system..... Remember all your labor is going into a pool.. No matter how hard you work or how much you slack.... Man.. nevermind.. <img src='http://www.titanspot.com/Titan/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/013.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':smt019' /> Wait, I could just be a slacker and have other people pay my way? Really? Sign me up! <img src='http://www.titanspot.com/Titan/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/097.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':smt019' />

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8/10 of each of your tax dollars are already going into a pool of crooks......."Shift" is coming faster than most can blink........not sure what it will be but it could start by the end of this month.



We are the slackers that paid the bailout money and exec. bonuses.....like it or not.......they got//want socialism for them and not us that paid for it...... modern day slavery.......oh fun...<img src='http://www.titanspot.com/Titan/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/013.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':smt013' />



Good on Michael Moore trying to get the money back to us! ..and Grayson and Ron Paul...<img src='http://www.titanspot.com/Titan/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/003.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':smt019' />



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DevilDawg

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M.M. is a hypocrit of no small stature. He wants to root out evil capitalist everywhere, as long as it doesn't pertain to him or his lifestyle. He is an assclown of epic proportions.



Mandatory healthcare is a crime, and as such should be punished as treasonous acts against the American people. All who vote FOR it will be out of office in the 2010 election cycle.



If I have to pay for your healthcare, I am going to be telling you how to live.
 

honeykeeper

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[quote name='DevilDawg' date='22 September 2009 - 05:47 PM' timestamp='1253652471' post='153180']

M.M. is a hypocrit of no small stature. He wants to root out evil capitalist everywhere, as long as it doesn't pertain to him or his lifestyle. He is an assclown of epic proportions.



Mandatory healthcare is a crime, and as such should be punished as treasonous acts against the American people. All who vote FOR it will be out of office in the 2010 election cycle.



If I have to pay for your healthcare, I am going to be telling you how to live. [/quote]



The last 8 years had more "treasonous acts" on the American people, the Nations of the World and the plants and animals then in history.........it'll get washed out soon.



There is no America, USA ended when WE let the "Banksters" get away with killing JFK in the most crooked state in the union..home to some who think they're above the corruption <img src='http://www.titanspot.com/Titan/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/013.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':smt019' />



What there is and you won't do a thing about other than gripe at the wrong people is "SLAVERY" and you're one too.......enjoy it until WE can CHANGE it.....or just "keep" on paying the wrong dues to the "Slave Masters" who own you.... <img src='http://www.titanspot.com/Titan/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/006.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':smt019' />





Enjoy the show from your bunker and oh yes double click for full size.... <img src='http://www.titanspot.com/Titan/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/001.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':smt019' />

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honeykeeper

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The companies that hired millions of Americans left them "high and dry"...took their money with "bailouts" and are protected by the Angry/Evil Empire we call OUR "Government"... <img src='http://www.titanspot.com/Titan/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/013.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':smt019' />



Found a Cinemamatical Review on "Capitalism" x MM.........for better or worse he gets my credit! :



http://www.cinematical.com/2009/09/16/capitalism-a-love-story-movie-review/



TIFF Review: Capitalism: A Love Story

by Todd Gilchrist Sep 16th 2009 // 2:25PM

Filed under: Documentary, Theatrical Reviews, Toronto International Film Festival





There is a mentality among some people that suggests our country was and is built upon the idea that if one works hard, is honest, and applies him or herself, he or she will be successful
. My own opinion notwithstanding, the basic thread of Capitalism: A Love Story suggests otherwise: Michael Moore would have you believe that the bottom 95 percent of the economic spectrum has so thoroughly bought into the dream they could one day become part of that top five that they themselves essentially reinforce the impossibility of that ever happening. But its theories of institutional corruption and self-fulfilling propaganda notwithstanding, the film's only real leap of logic or falsehood is that audiences not predisposed to agree will want to see it. All of which is why Capitalism is essentially a one-sided love story, even if its message could be truly reciprocal if enough people opened their minds up enough to hear it.



Admittedly, Moore's net is cast wider with this film than in previous ones, and as a result his focus is a little softer. But Capitalism basically examines the ways in which excessive greed and self-interest has eclipsed the ideals of our democratic state, on both sociopolitical and deeply personal levels.



Moore starts by chronicling the experiences of a handful of families who were forcibly evicted from their homes, and then follows a loose trail of money and decision-making to the companies – and indeed, the philosophies – that led to the destruction of countless lives. Suffice it to say this makes it all seem terribly melodramatic, but Moore captures all of this with his typical flair for spectacle seeded with substance, and offers a fairly horrifying portrait of our economy and the system that cultivated its current state of terminal disease, in both abstract and incredibly concrete terms.



In the interest of full disclosure, my feeling is this about today's political climate: I think that it is the responsibility of any government and its people to provide for the well being of all people, and it sickens me that there are people who think that the accumulation of material wealth justifies a lack of empathy or supersedes compassion for others. In fact, what was most powerful in Capitalism to me was a display of generosity and support shown by total strangers to a group of factory workers who staged a sit-in at their former jobs until they were paid the wages they earned; it reassured me that there are people who believe that it's good to be good to other people, even when they don't know them, or have a personal (much less financial) investment in more than seeing them succeed.



Of course, in the film the bigger problem really is a bigger one – namely, corporations which seem to have no end of greed, and who have effectively gamed the system so that their pursuit and accumulation of wealth has become legitimized and protected by our government. I have no particular feelings about the idea of someone emerging from the private sector, much less a corporate board of directors, in order to take a prominent post in a presidential administration, at least not on principle; but watching executives-turned-cabinet members protect their former companies and even fortify their financial excesses is reprehensible on both a personal and cultural level, the latter of which because it reinforces and encourages the worst kind of creative thinking – namely, how to screw people over to make even more money next time.



What might have been more effective or even just interesting is if Moore had devoted a little bit of time trying to get inside the heads of these executives whose intelligence and scruples are inversely proportionate; for example, why do these people want or need so much money? And is it ever enough? And furthermore, is any thought ever given to the countless people whose lives they destroy in order to obtain that wealth? Conservatives might dismiss such thinking as bleeding-heart liberalism, but what we're talking about is not someone who simply wants to rid themselves of debt or buy a second car, but someone who facilitates a government bailout that earns failing banks hundreds of billions of dollars that can and will never be accounted for.



But then again, that's absolutely the problem that a lot of people, fans included, might have with the movie: it's preaching to the choir. Technically it really may not be, but the sad fact is that Moore is a poster boy for the left, and even if he weren't, politics has become a team sport where factual information and intelligent discourse has been replaced with spurious and unsubstantiated arguments that are championed louder than the opposition, simply to "win" at all costs. Sadly, I'm not sure that there's anything Moore could do to bolster his position, although engaging some of the opposing viewpoints on his theories would certainly help.



Ultimately, however, Capitalism: A Love Story redeems itself because it possesses the same quality that has inspired our country in the last year – hope. In his best moments, Moore is deeply passionate and relentlessly idealistic, but he's an advocate for positivity and redemption, if also for transparency and common decency. Right now there is no one on the left louder and therefore more important than him, even if he isn't always right; but whether or not you agree with his thoughts, theories, or even tricks, that sense of optimism is something that everyone should feel – so even if you can't find it by working hard, being honest and applying yourself, there's something to be said for a film that gives it to you anyway, if only for a couple of hours.
 

DevilDawg

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In an effort to argue with Facts instead of wishes... I have the following... Straight from the Horse's Mouth....



Millionaire Filmmaker Michael Moore: ‘Capitalism Did Nothing For Me’

Thursday, October 01, 2009

By Nicholas Ballasy, Video Reporter



(CNSNews.com) -- Documentary film director Michael Moore, who has become a millionaire thanks to the profits from his movies, told CNSNews.com that “capitalism did nothing” for him.



CNSNews.com spoke with Moore on the red carpet at the Uptown Theatre in Washington, D.C., on Tuesday night before the premiere of his upcoming documentary, “Capitalism: A Love Story."



CNSNews.com asked: “Critics may say, when they see this movie, Michael Moore has amassed a fortune of over $50 million, some have said and –”



Moore said: “Really? Are you kidding me? Seriously? Wow. Where did it go?”



CNSNews.com then asked Moore: “Critics would say he’s [Moore] been very successful under a capitalist system. How would you justify making a movie where you paint capitalism as evil?”



Moore said: “Well, capitalism did nothing for me, starting with my first film.”







“You know, I had to pretty much beg, borrow and steal,” he said. “The system is not set up to help somebody from the working class make a movie like this and get the truth out there.”



“In fact, in Fahrenheit 9/11 if you remember, capitalism, the Disney Corporation, tried to kill that film--tried to make it so that people couldn’t see it,” said Moore. “My book Stupid White Men--Harper Collins tried to kill that book so that people couldn’t see it. It's only because I put the light of day on it and told people what was going on did people get the chance to see these things.”



According to Fortune Magazine, Moore’s films have grossed over $300 million worldwide. His highest grossing film was “Fahrenheit 9/11,” which critiques the Bush administration’s handling of the war in Iraq and earned over $200 million worldwide.



Moore reportedly was paid $21 million by Disney for producing, directing and creating the film.



Moore also earned 50 percent of the profits of his 2007 film “Sicko,” totaling $25 million plus DVD sales, according to Vanity Fair.



The Los Angeles Times reported that Moore would receive all of the profits made from DVD sales of “Sicko,” sales of which have been estimated at over $17 million.



“Look, you know, I mean, I make documentary films,” said Moore. “So, clearly, I’m not loaded in the way you described. But I do well, obviously because my films do well.”



“So, that means I have an extra responsibility to make sure I spend my time trying to make things better for the people that don’t have what I have, right? I mean, everybody should do that,” he said.



Moore’s newest film, “Capitalism: A Love Story” opens in theaters October 2.





MM Exposed



MM Watch



One of these guys used to work for Moore in Flint when he was in charge of some county social work team
 

DevilDawg

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[quote name='honeykeeper' date='22 September 2009 - 04:19 PM' timestamp='1253654356' post='153181']

The last 8 years had more "treasonous acts" on the American people, the Nations of the World and the plants and animals then in history.........it'll get washed out soon.



There is no America, USA ended when WE let the "Banksters" get away with killing JFK in the most crooked state in the union..home to some who think they're above the corruption <img src='http://www.titanspot.com/Titan/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/013.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':smt003' />



What there is and you won't do a thing about other than gripe at the wrong people is "SLAVERY" and you're one too.......enjoy it until WE can CHANGE it.....or just "keep" on paying the wrong dues to the "Slave Masters" who own you.... <img src='http://www.titanspot.com/Titan/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/006.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':smt001' />



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All I got for this is "WOW". It is one thing to believe in something so strong you just have to share it with everyone. I think it goes a bit far when you let reality be overtaken by someone else telling you what it is you should think. I am not saying "YOU" in an effort to slam HK, I am using it in a sentence. I hope that it is understood the "YOU" is where your own name is inserted. This type of lunacy is how fools like MM get to make more money. They victimize people who are too lazy or unable to research for facts. Who just want to be told what is the opinion/party line for the day....





Really looking forward to a post other than "Drive-By" style with some meat in it.
 

honeykeeper

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[quote name='DevilDawg' date='01 October 2009 - 02:21 PM' timestamp='1254417672' post='153434']

All I got for this is "WOW". It is one thing to believe in something so strong you just have to share it with everyone. I think it goes a bit far when you let reality be overtaken by someone else telling you what it is you should think. I am not saying "YOU" in an effort to slam HK, I am using it in a sentence. I hope that it is understood the "YOU" is where your own name is inserted. This type of lunacy is how fools like MM get to make more money. They victimize people who are too lazy or unable to research for facts. Who just want to be told what is the opinion/party line for the day....





Really looking forward to a post other than "Drive-By" style with some meat in it. [/quote]



Just how much meat have you got stashed in your bunker? Ahhhh saving it for a rainy day soon.



Michael Moore says thanks for the bump and he invites you to his website even if you don't spend any money....

http://www.michaelmoore.com/



Just who has Michael Moore victimized? I think he has done a lot of research up close and in person and he digs his computer and I am glad to have donated to his efforts........I'd do the same for you but so far all you get from me is a hug......
I suspect that's all you really want so enjoy it. <img src='http://www.titanspot.com/Titan/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/006.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':smt001' />
 

honeykeeper

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[quote name='krh2' date='01 October 2009 - 03:21 PM' timestamp='1254421291' post='153441']

Well put DD... He has done quite well under the system. Now he will make even more money under the system he hates... <img src='http://www.titanspot.com/Titan/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/017.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':smt003' /> [/quote]



Hey look it's Mr. CostGo..... <img src='http://www.titanspot.com/Titan/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/006.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':smt006' /> Which system was he under when he went to Cuba and got help for Americans in need? Do tell. <img src='http://www.titanspot.com/Titan/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/004.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':smt006' />

That was 9-11 victims.... <img src='http://www.titanspot.com/Titan/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/018.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':smt001' /> How quickly true heroes are forgotten..... <img src='http://www.titanspot.com/Titan/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/013.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':smt013' />



A little refresher:

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DevilDawg

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I'll See Your additional useless video and post up another FACT to dispell the issue of that Azzclown MM for the fraud that he is. Simply using the "TRUE HERO's" for his own end, to yet once again make more money under the Capitalistic society he so self loathes.



Taken from the NYPOST, one of the most liberal rags out there by the way.



Updated: Sun., Apr. 15, 2007, 5:00 AM

MOORE'S 'SICKO' STUNT

By JANON FISHER



Last Updated: 5:00 AM, April 15, 2007



Posted: 5:00 AM, April 15, 2007



Filmmaker Michael Moore's production company took ailing Ground Zero responders to Cuba in a stunt aimed at showing that the U.S. health-care system is inferior to Fidel Castro's socialized medicine, according to several sources with knowledge of the trip.



The trip was to be filmed as part of the controversial director's latest documentary, "Sicko," an attack on American drug companies and HMOs that Moore hopes to debut at the Cannes Film Festival next month.



Two years in the making, the flick also takes aim at the medical care being provided to people who worked on the toxic World Trade Center debris pile, according to several 9/11 workers approached by Moore's producers.



But the sick sojourn, which some say uses ill 9/11 workers as pawns, has angered many in the responder community.



"He's using people that are in a bad situation and that's wrong, that's morally wrong," railed Jeff Endean, a former SWAT commander from Morris County, N.J., who spent a month at Ground Zero and suffers from respiratory problems.



A spokeswoman for the Weinstein Co., the film's distributor, would not say when the director's latest expose would hit cinemas or provide details about the film or the trip.



Responders were told Cuban doctors had developed new techniques for treating lung cancer and other respiratory illness, and that health care in the communist country was free, according to those offered the two-week February trip.



Cuba has made recent advancements in biotechnology and exports its cancer treatments to 40 countries around the world, raking in an estimated $100 million a year, according to The Associated Press.



In 2004 the U.S. government granted an exception to its economic embargo against Cuba and allowed a California drug company to test three cancer vaccines developed in Havana, according to the AP.



Regardless, some ill 9/11 workers balked at Moore's idea.



"I would rather die in America than go to Cuba," said Joe Picurro, a Toms River, N.J., ironworker approached by the filmmaker via an e-mail that read, "Joe and Mike in Cuba."



After helping remove debris from Ground Zero, Picurro has a laundry list of respiratory and other ailments so bad that he relies on fund-raisers to help pay his expenses.



He said, "I just laughed. I couldn't do it."



Another ill worker who said he was willing to take the trip ended up being stiffed by Moore.



Michael McCormack, 48, a disabled medic who found an American flag at Ground Zero that once flew atop the Twin Towers, was all set to go to.



The film crew contacted him by phone and took him by limo from his Ridge, L.I., home to Manhattan for an on-camera interview.



"What he [Moore] wanted to do is shove it up George W's rear end that 9/11 heroes had to go to a communist country to get adequate health care," said McCormack, who suffers from chronic respiratory illness.



But McCormack said he was abandoned by Moore. At a March fund-raiser for another 9/11 responder in New Jersey, McCormack learned Moore had gone to Cuba without him.



"It's the ultimate betrayal," he said. "You're promised that you're going to be taken care of and then you find out you're not. He's trying to profiteer off of our suffering."



Moore's publicist did not return calls from The Post. But McCormack played a tape for The Post of a telephone conversation between himself and a Moore producer. The woman is heard apologizing for not taking McCormack, while saying the production company was not offering anyone guarantees of a cure.



"Even for the people that we did bring down to Cuba, we said we can promise that you will be evaluated, that you will get looked at," said the woman. "We can't promise that you will get fixed."



Participants in the Cuba trip were forced to sign a confidentiality agreement prohibiting them from talking about the project, the sources said.



Travel to Cuba is severely restricted from the United States, but Moore's crew was granted access, the producer told McCormack, through a "general license that allows for journalistic endeavors there."



Some called the trip a success, at least logistics-wise.



"From what I heard through the grapevine, those people that went are utterly happy," said John Feal, who runs the Fealgood Foundation to help raise money for responders and was approached by Moore to find responders willing to take the trip.



"They got the Elvis treatment."



Although he has been a critic of Cuba, Moore grew popular there after a pirated version of his movie, "Fahrenheit 9/11," was played on state-owned TV.



Additional reporting provided by Jill Culora, Susan Edelman and Ginger Adams Otis



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DevilDawg

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Well at least the worshiping of the annointed one has stopped. Since he has offically jumped the shark on every single campaign issue. I guess some people just have to hero worship to feel good about themselves.



Michael Moore, Al Gore, Slick WIlly, Jimm y (Race Hater), That little freak from Iran.... long list of quality people to worship....LOL
 

honeykeeper

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[quote name='DevilDawg' date='01 October 2009 - 07:28 PM' timestamp='1254436107' post='153461']

Well at least the worshiping of the annointed one has stopped. Since he has offically jumped the shark on every single campaign issue. I guess some people just have to hero worship to feel good about themselves.



Michael Moore, Al Gore, Slick WIlly, Jimm y (Race Hater), That little freak from Iran.... long list of quality people to worship....LOL [/quote]





It's all about the HUGS. I tell you....
.....that's why I live here.....in A-She-Ville.......still loving it...... <img src='http://www.titanspot.com/Titan/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/006.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':smt006' /> <img src='http://www.titanspot.com/Titan/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/003.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':smt001' />

I also hear that the capital/center of the New World Order is going to be in North Carolina........wonder where?...... <img src='http://www.titanspot.com/Titan/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/004.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':smt003' />
 

honeykeeper

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Well today;s the day and here's what Michael said yesterday and that's a big WOW!...very generous... <img src='http://www.titanspot.com/Titan/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/003.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':smt004' />





Thursday, October 1st, 2009



Friends,



We're just one day away from the widest opening I've ever had for any of my movies. Tomorrow, Friday, October 2nd, "Capitalism: A Love Story" opens on over a thousand screens across the United States , a record for an independent documentary.




This follows last weekend's limited opening in New York and L.A. where "Capitalism" set the box office record for the highest per screen average of ANY movie released so far this year. Not just any documentary -- any MOVIE! It was, as the studio said, a good indicator of just how well the movie may do when it goes wide this weekend. I sincerely hope they're right because I believe deeply in this film.



To kick off the national release of "Capitalism: A Love Story," I've asked the studio to offer a number of screenings in the nation's hardest hit cities -- the ones with the highest unemployment rates and highest foreclosure rates -- where those who've lost their jobs or who are in foreclosure (or have already been evicted) may attend my film free of charge. They've agreed, and so tonight (Thursday), the night before our opening day, ten cities will grant you free admission if you have fallen on hard times. The list of theaters and cities is below. You don't need to bring any "proof" of your situation -- just show up -- it's the honor system, no questions asked.



Of course, a free movie ain't much when what you really need is a job or a place to live. And that's not going to change until the party that controls both the Congress and the White House wakes up and realizes the American people put them in charge to fix the mess created by the previous administration. For that to happen requires the active involvement of each of us. And, as I show in this movie, it's going to also require us to challenge some fundamental assumptions about an economic system that currently allows the wealthiest ONE PERCENT in this country to have more financial wealth than the bottom 95% combined. That concentration of money and power in the hands of so few people is, I believe, at the core of so many of our problems.



So, if you're going through tough times and you live in one of the areas below, please be my guest tonight, on the eve of my new film's opening. Seating will be on a first come, first served basis.



Also, in another five cities tonight, I have made the film available to local groups to hold benefit screenings to raise money for their local organizations -- organizations which are working toward a day when a filmmaker doesn't have to offer free screenings to people who've been put through the wringer. If you live in any of these areas (see below for the list of benefit premieres tonight), please come out and support the good work of these grassroots groups.



So, until tomorrow, thanks for your support, and I'll see ya at the movies!



Yours,

Michael Moore

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Kingoftheroad

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All the more power to Mr. Michael Moore........he's the man of BRAVERY....... <img src='http://www.titanspot.com/Titan/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/006.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':smt004' />



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LOL.....



I have to agree with krh2 & Devildawg on this.....



Michael Moore & his phony belony is as believible as Al Gore.......LMAO !!!!!



Al Gore, "Mr. it the hottest September ever" and he is using July - August figures to back up his statement..... LMAO !!!!



Two boils on the butt of life these two are !
 
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