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Warren Buffett and the Corrupting of the American Soul

tuttletacoma Wrote: Dec 02, 2012 8:52 AM
my morale would be raised if the millions of parasites would contribute their fair share to making this country work I have never understood how millions of losers get a pass from supporting America while enjoying all it's benefits. While they have opted ofr a failed life due mainly to a lifetime of making bad choices why is it other productive people's responsibility to take care of them There is a vast difference between those who cannot help themselves, and those who will not help themselves, but then never believing in a free lunch is enough to make productive people get up every day and put their noses to the stone, trying to make their lives better and more enjoyable yet the only expectation for the parasites is more govt
Seawolf Wrote: Dec 02, 2012 9:36 AM
When one has been inculcated from birth to believe that someone else owes you a living, it isn't hard to see where they are coming from. Eventually, the productive class will stop them from hiding behind PC and call for an end to this welfare extortion scheme..burn the cities where you live to the ground say I, then live there because we are done subsiding your ignorance and slothful ways..That's the message we need to send. That's what got this thing started and the threats keep it going, we can no longer ignore what's destroying this nation...19 trillion is what we have wasted on welfare and that just happens to be close to how much we are in debt..there Is a correlation because that money could have been spent on better things.
“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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