I'm thinking this opens up the possibility of me buying some stock in Berkshire Hathaway, .
Oh, he must be learning from Obama. Spend, spend, spend and hope there is a return, eventually
I would trust Buffet with this country over Obama any day!
Em, just general information: Warren Buffet is an Obama supporter and also supported the bail outs as a way of preventing certain economic disaster. The only thing he has criticized Obama on is in the way he handled the communication of these actions to the constituency.
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