Friday, October 2, 2009

Celebrity Hypocrisy Continued

The Celebrity Hypocrisy continues. First, we have David Letterman who lectured certain Republican politicians on being faithful to their spouse – while he is having affairs with people that work for him. As a retired labor lawyer, this case of sexual harassment would be difficult to defend. Of course it was his “good looks” and “charm” that wowed his employees – not the fact that he was their boss.

Next we have Michael Moore, also known as the Big Fat Slob, making a film about capitalism and all of its evil ways. The slob is all for the common man, the union workers, except when he has to employ them. It seemed that Moore's film crew used non-union stagehands to film "Capitalism: A Love Story." His offer of free tickets to unions was turned down by the American Federation of because Moore didn't hire any members of the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees!

Some other examples of the hypocrisy of celebrities.

By Jim Pirretti

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1 comment:

Red State Occupant said...

Michael "Fat Slob" Moore should count his lucky stars that Bush was President for 8 years.
Capitalism turned Moore into an Ultra-Wealthy Capitalism Pig.