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From YouTube (Approved: Barb ), produced by Big Idea
Moe and the Big Exit tells the story of Moe, a cowboy living high on the hog out in Dodgeball City while his kinfolk work their fingers to the bone digging the Grand Canyon.  But when Moe asks the heartless Mayor to let his people go, he refuses and a heap of trouble comes riding into town.  Can Moe help free his people from bondage and flee Dodgeball once and for all?  Saddle up for a rootin’ tootin’ adventure as VeggieTales heads west to tell one of the greatest stories of all time.
Ages: 4 - 12 License: Proprietary Owner: Big Idea Found by Barb
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LarrySanger on 11/10/2009 01:55 PM wrote:

Jack--I don't know if that was the point of the video (not many Bible believers take the Old Testament God's punitive actions as exemplary behavior), but in any case the site's official policy position is to support religious tolerance.  You may disagree with the message, and you're perfectly within your rights to say so as you've done, but we won't censor a video because we disagree with it.

jackkoumi on 11/07/2009 08:10 AM wrote:

This video would undermine children's moral sense, by condoning "all first born boys were taken by the river" as a just punishment from God, directed against the evil "mayor" but actually visited on babies, i.e. "removing" all the town's babies by floating them down the river (except those of "Moe's people") - the upshot would be that the babies would starve to death. Do we want to nurture such a twisted sense of vindictiveness in our children? - causing death by starvation of babies for the sins of their fathers?