Profit Making's different from Profit Sharing
So much for Michael Moore and his socialist ramblings and capitalist expose's. He going after the Weinstein brothers for more money alleging there's been a breach of contract, breach of fiduciary duty, and fraud arising out of the audit of his controversial war on terror documentary Fahrenheit 9/11. Moore is now seeking at least $2.7 million from the Weinsteins in what he claims are "rerouted" and unpaid profits.
Personally I don't have a problem with Michael being greedy. But the axe I need to grind is one that's go to do with his hypocrisy. On Capitalism and Profit Making. But then again, that's classic liberal behaviour. So maybe I shouldn't be surprised.
Profit making, so you know, is a legitimate act. The fact is, its the only act that sustains the process of value creation. Its what keeps businesses going. Which in turn keeps jobs in the running. Stop making profits and businesses go bust. And that's worser to the cause of humanity as it puts workers out on the streets without a means to living. What Michael's now 'enduring' isn't profit making, its what comes afterwards.
Profit Sharing. And I for one don't have any sympathy to lend.