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Warren Buffett and the Corrupting of the American Soul

kenle2 Wrote: Dec 02, 2012 11:16 AM
I don't expect you to read this tbrennan; after all someone who claims to speak for the "german people" in giving his opininon of an American presidential candidate doesn't strike me as rational enough to have a coherent conversation with a thinking person. I guarantee that you cannot come up with one example of how Mitt Romney supposedly "trampled the rights of women" that any sane person would accept as factual. And, no, a couple of dumb comments from Republican senate candidates don't count. If the democrats can endless laud women abusing (and KILLING) saytrs like Teddy Kennedy, you don't have a leg to stand on in going after Republicans on a that. Clinto had Graham-Rudman to limit his attempts to spend as much as he wanted to.
“Bottom line…would raising taxes on the wealthiest Americans have a chilling effect on hiring?”

It was Matt Lauer’s final interview question for his guest, on last Tuesday’s episode of NBC-TV’s “Today” show.

“No,” the guest adamantly replied. “No… and I think it would have a great effect in terms of the morale of the middle class..”

The guest was famed investor Warren Buffett, CEO of the Berkshire Hathaway holding company and a personal friend of President Obama (and by the way, did you know that Obama calls him, and not the other way around? Mr. Buffett would...

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