Wealthy filmmaker Michael Moore: National Park Service created to protect us from rich people

Michael Moore marks 100th anniversary of National Park Service by attacking the rich.
Michael Moore lampoons George W. Bush’s reaction to Sep. 11 attack. Source: Wikipedia

The National Park Service celebrated its 100th anniversary Thursday, issuing a tweet wishing itself a happy birthday.  But Michael Moore, the wealthy filmmaker worth some $50 million, used the occasion to attack rich people.

Here’s the Park Service tweet:

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And Moore’s response:

By “ultra rich,” does Moore mean people like him?  Obviously not.

Naturally, he got his clock cleaned on Twitter.

Apparently…

Moore, of course, has soundly criticized the “ultra rich” before and has declared capitalism — the system that made him quite wealthy — a crime.

But we’ll never see him being frog-marched off to jail for his wealth…

In the meantime, happy 100th birthday to the National Park Service.

Scratch a liberal, find a hypocrite…

H/T BizPac Review

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