Some of the many lessons in the new movie 'The Muppets' include the benefits of working together, remembering how important family is and that Fozzy Bear still tells corny jokes. But does 'The Muppets' teach kids to be capitalist-hating Communists?

According to Dan Gainor of the Media Research Center, a commentator on Fox News' 'Follow the Money,' the new Muppets movie sends a clear, anti-corporate message to kids and adults who watch. Take a look at the clip. Is the oil baron conflict a simple plot device that kids can understand, or a subversive anti-capitalism message? And has Communism, another relic of a bygone era, returned along with The Muppets?

[via MediaMatters.org]