'Muppets' communist? That's 'Waka Waka Waka'
'There's difference between being successful businessman and being morally bankrupt'
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He may be green on the outside but inside, Kermit is "red"?
Bunk, says a prominent Hollywood leader, Ted Baehr of MovieGuide: The Family Guide to Movies and Entertainment.
"Why is Eric Bolling of 'Follow The Money' going on Fox News accusing poor little Kermit of going red?" Baehr writes in a joint commentary with Sarah Jane Murray about the issue raised by Bolling.
Bolling accused the makers of the new "The Muppets" movie of aligning with Karl Marx by having its story line feature an evil oil baron, Tex Richman, who wants to acquire an old theater used by the Muppets and drill for oil underneath.
Bolling said, "The Muppets are back and being terrorized by an evil oil executive in their new movie. Liberal Hollywood depicting a successful businessman as 'evil,' that's not new.'"
He continued, "We're teaching our kids class warfare. Where are we, communist China?"
And he said, "I'll put it out there: Is liberal Hollywood using class warfare to kind of brainwash our kids?"
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after following this , reading about 16 reviews of the story of the show
muppets are squatters in someone elses property
property owner sells it to oil guy for big bucks
muppet squatters dont get any share
stage sit in and demand to run free shows and for oil guy to allow it and not dig for oil
and want him to donate so they can put on free shows ..
sheeesh smells socialist to me