GPeyton Wrote:
Dec 12, 2012 11:01 AM
"Here's a tidbit of information about John Allison, now president of the Washington-based Cato Institute, that speaks to this man's morality as BB&T's CEO, which can't be praised highly enough. His company refused to lend money to developers who acquired land by having the government take it from private owners, euphemistically called eminent domain. That's putting his money where his mouth is, not sacrificing principle for the sake of earnings." I'm surprised the leech lawyers haven't sued him for breaching his responsibility to shareholders... hope I didn't just give John Edwards a new career path.