He was until the age of 35.What does Moore know about being poor? He certainly isn't starving.
"I didn't have any of this so-called success until I was 35 years old with Roger & Me. Up until that point, I never made more than $15,000 a year. When you spend the first 17 years in other words, half of your adult life earning $15,000 or less, it really doesn't matter what kind of success you have after that. It's so ingrained in you."-M.M.I saw that interview with O'Reilly. The "some Americans" was in reference to the top 1-2%. And in a kidding remark he also included O'Reilly at a higher percentage. As much as I want to debate, it's hard to argue opinions. And frankly, I don't want the extra hour of homework. Michael Moore is only exercising his right. If you don't like it, go make your own movie.I'd say wanting some Americans to pay 70% in taxes is a bit extreme---at least in a capitalistic country. Perhaps Moore should relocate to Sweden.