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Desc:A film by the heir to the Johnson&Johnson fortune. Includes many disturbing interviews about class.
Category:Educational, News & Politics
Tags:rich, Milton Friedman, class warfare, economic crisis, Jamie Johnson
Submitted:Rodents of Unusual Size
Date:09/16/12
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Sanest Man Alive
Both entertaining and depressing to watch the stupid-rich, to the last man, plug their ears and shout "LA LA LA LA I CAN'T HEAR YOU" when the question is even broached, for an entire fucking hour.

Also, if a copy store chain was called Pube-o's, I'd make up any excuse to print shit there.
Rodents of Unusual Size
My favorite part is Friedman's absolute idiocy.

fedex
interesting this 2006 movie pre-dates the whole current 1% controversy by several years....after reading a little bio of this guy, I have some respect for him.
kingofthenothing
Maddening. I have to dump all this anger somewhere else and just laugh because I can't handle it.
SteamPoweredKleenex
And while most of the comments are sympathetic, there are a great many who still think unregulated capitalism with even lower taxes for the rich are a great idea, and that if you don't let the rich pay no tax and do what they want, then it might as well be raining Soviet Communism.

kingofthenothing
What gave me the most grief was watching the Katrina footage, and seeing how the people in power really lived in another world at the time. Condoleeza Rice going on about how it was all going to be fine and people were going to just going to kumbaya their way out of it. Babies were dying, people were watching bodies float past their house, most likely bodies of people they loved or at least knew. When Bush went on about Trent Lott's new beach house, I wished, for a good minute, that voodoo was real.

I was also really pissed about Warren Buffet writing off his granddaughter. She wasn't taking his money anymore, she had her own life, and she made the vaguest of statements about no one in particular from what could possibly be seen as a youthful and naive standpoint. So what does he do? He freaking has to go and wreck her. Like "no, I never loved you, you adopted piece of trash. Don't come around here anymore, don't represent yourself as one of us, you never were and you never will be." Fucking christ, man. Heart of stone-having, power tripping asshole is what he is.

kingofthenothing
And did anyone else want to kill the Baron and wear his skin like a suit or was it just me?

Rodents of Unusual Size
Warren Buffett is a piece of human garbage.

The Baron would make a good throw rug. His hair would go with my drapes.

split tail
Rodent's of Unusual Size
Gmork
I think I see or possibly have misinterpreted what you did there.

Oscar Wildcat
Gosh, he seems so busy Job Creating, how does he have time to shoot this documentary?
memedumpster
Let's just rewrite history to say the witch hunts were actually RICH hunts, and that to obey God Absolute Evil Fuckface we have to redo all the worst parts of history.

Burn the Riches. Burn them if they don't confess.
That guy
I finally finished this.

Johnson: "I'm just advocating a slightly more progressive tax structure"
Friedman: "That's socialism"
Rodents of Unusual Size
Friedman is such a worthless steaming, withered pile of shit.

The Mothership
Maddening. Enraging. Stupefying. Evil.
woodenbandman
A++ "let them eat cake" moments
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