Are the Muppets brainwashing America's youth?

The Fox Business show "Follow the Money" spent time blowing the lid off the great, creeping threat to America's children known as the <a href="http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/showtracker/2011/12/fox-business-muppets.html">Muppets</a>. Host Eric Bolling brought in guests who discussed the insidious anti-oil industry (and capitalism) streak on view in their new movie, <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="ENMV0011866" title="The Muppets (movie)" href="/topic/entertainment/movies/the-muppets-%28movie%29-ENMV0011866.topic">"The Muppets."</a> The movie's bad guy is an oilman (played by <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PECLB001122" title="Chris Cooper" href="/topic/entertainment/chris-cooper-PECLB001122.topic">Chris Cooper</a>) named Tex Richman. For his part, Bolling seemed incensed, spouting, "Why do kids have to be exposed to this?... Why is rich evil?... We're teaching our kids class warfare. Where are we, communist China?"
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The Fox Business show "Follow the Money" spent time blowing the lid off the great, creeping threat to America's children known as the Muppets. Host Eric Bolling brought in guests who discussed the insidious anti-oil industry (and capitalism) streak on view in their new movie, "The Muppets." The movie's bad guy is an oilman (played by Chris Cooper) named Tex Richman. For his part, Bolling seemed incensed, spouting, "Why do kids have to be exposed to this?... Why is rich evil?... We're teaching our kids class warfare. Where are we, communist China?"

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