I don't know, I'd check... That's an annoyingly common error. Almost as annoying as using quotes for emphasis.
I like some of Michael Moore's stuff, but I think in this case he's kind of jumping on the bandwagon. Yes, I know he's been doing this for a lot longer, all the way back to "Roger & Me", but really... Is a shot at upper corporate management really something lacking in the current media environment?
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Is it lacking --? Well, no. But this is where he lives. This corrupt-government/evil-corporation corporatocracy stuff is just exactly in his wheelhouse. It's all the stuff he's been talking about for years. How could he sit out?
Usually he's one of the only people in the media talking about it. Now that things have gone bad and everyone's talking about it, he's supposed to stop?