Filmmaker Michael Moore is insinuating that, if you have spoken out against union excesses, you do not deserve to have your electricity restored.
In other words, access to the necessities of contemporary life should be predicated upon ideological conformity and compliance.
Such a proposal by Moore should come as no surprise.
It seems for decades now that Moore has lavished praise upon the Cuban healthcare system.
In such totalitarian regimes, one’s access to goods and services is not determined by a fairly objective standard such as price where any with the requested amount may qualify but rather but how politically utilitarian one is in furthering the agenda of the prevailing elite.