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Is warren buffet showing early signs ahmrs
Buffett is far to good at what he does not to be listened to, Fox is again feeding propaganda, everyone needs to take all advice with a pinch of salt. Remember who owns fox? Fox advises on how to make money, but doesn’t put its money where its mouth is. Buffett is a philanthropist and will give nearly everything back to the world once he passes, he is a person who has more knowledge than any other individual in the world of economics. who in there right mind wouldn’t listen.
Another pair or talking heads making millions per year protecting their own pocket and flushing the middle and lower classes down the toilet.
~~> Muted spending cuts…LMAO BO put 4Tril in cuts during the debt celing debate and the reps only too 2Tril… Wonder whos golden calf the POTUS was trying to cut the fat off of that they gave up the other 2T…
And if GE or any other comapny wants to go to China it is there business… That is capitalism at its best… And that my friends is why a country cannot be run like a for profit corp…
STOP THE CORPROTOCRACY…
MORE taxation for the wealthy? When did he do this in the past? He’s constantly extending Bush’s tax cuts for the rich, and it’s been a disaster economically, as the “trickle down” nonsense never works.
@BarackMcBush WRONG DUMBASS YOU’RE THE JOKE……….SAY DUMBASS…WHY DON’T YOU DESCRIBE NOW FOR THE AUDIENCE WHAT TOTAL FED BUDGET YOU’RE ADVOCATING, WHAT TAX SCHEME AND HOW YOU WOULD PAY DOWN THE DEBT, THEN REFERENCE THAT WITH PREVIOUS HISTORIES………..OR JUST ADMIT YOU’RE A LAME TROLL WHO DOESN’T KNOW SQUAT
@SuperIntelligentguy You are a Joke. Buffet is worth 40 Billion $.
Can the bimbo, the hollow caricature of a woman – M. Kelly be any more stupid?
FOX is puke….
BUFFET’S IS WORKING HARD WITH HIS DUMB ADVICE TO DO FOR THE USA WHAT HE DID FOR CALIFORNIA, WHICH IS TO ADVOCATE GOVERNMENT REDISTRIBUTION, WHICH IS ALWAYS HORRIBLY MISDIRECTED AND INEFFICIENT……….BUFFET IS A BAD JOKE WHO IS IN WAY OVER HIS HEAD…BUYING UP A BUNCH OF COMPANIES AT LIQUIDATION PRICES, IS HARDLY THE SAME AS UNDERSTANDING THE DEVELOPMENT OF A FUNCTIONAL AND DYNAMIC MACRO ECONOMY…THAT’S LIKE COMPARING THE KING OF TIDDLY WINKS TO BEING A MASTER OF 4D CHESS..BUFFETT IS A JOKE
This comedy show is crapy one
Warren Buffett just needs to trust FOX and everything they same like all the other Lemmings.
Jon Stewart is head and shoulders above Billo the Clown. Watch Jon Stewart’s World of Class Warfare, gosh does FOX suck.
I’m sorry, but when did “conservative” become a synonym for “Nobel Prize-winning credible economist who’s led the economy out of downturns before”? It’s an IDEOLOGICAL label, not an economic one.
Why do ALL conservatives, including those who’ve never worked in a management-level position in business or gov’t, take it as an ARTICLE OF FAITH (one of the PILLARS of being conservative, in fact) that THEY “inherently” know the best economic policy for American ALL the time, without even having to cite any statistics, read any studies, etc.?? They just “know” the best policies for the U.S. economy all the time…?
Neither Laura nor Billo are business owners and have probably NEVER worked in a management position. Warren Buffet is a WEALTHY expert investor who actually RUNS HIS OWN BUSINESS, which owns (among other things) such firms as Geico. How would THEY know better economic policy than a guy like Warren Buffet? If he’s willing to take the brunt of slightly higher taxes and support Obama, I think this shows that business is not THAT weak in America, and anyone who claims it is is full of shit.
Then their ORIGINAL financial position must not have been that great to begin with, right?
THINK for a change, Republicans! Quit spewing idiotic pro-business talking points.
The idea that tax hikes in a recession could “kill recovery” is based on a VERY flawed understanding of business and how the econ. is going. Yes, we’re in a downturn, and things aren’t looking good, but there are STILL plenty of thriving businesses with jobs, and the economy still has a good amount of GDP nonetheless. We must not forget that. And IF small tax hikes could REALLY “kill” recovery, you have to ask: Why are the businesses so damn weak??? If small tax hikes would KILL them
The idea that we shouldn’t raise taxes now because “We’re in a recession, and it could hurt the recovery” is LUDICROUS! What, so a bunch of businesses are gonna either FAIL or cut millions more jobs JUST BECAUSE their taxes are up a few percentage points? REALLY, Billo? This is just absurd, and I don’t think there’s any empirical evidence to support being vehemently against tax hikes of such a low magnitude even in a recession.
Plus, I REALLY don’t think “higher taxes”, esp. just a few percentage points more, are REALLY such a big fucking deal, even in a recession. WHY WOULD IT?? If you make a LOT of money, a few percentage points ain’t gonna fucking matter! Going from 35-40%, it’s not a whole lot more you gotta pay (although it adds up to a lot of tax revenue in the aggregate).
The ONLY way increasing taxes in a recession would really matter is if we raised them dramatically from, say, 35% to 70%.
weren’t so damn low, if we could get JUST a little bit more revenue.
When Republicans bitch about “raising taxes”, do they NOT realize how much we’ve CUT taxes over the years, even in just the last DECADE?? 4.6% decrease on the top rate, something like a 5-8% cut in capital gains tax, an END to the estate tax until 2010 (which was extended, wasn’t it?) or a much lower rate, at least, and SO ON!
It’s no WONDER gov’t has a lot less money. Yes, a lot of the lost revenue is due to the recession, but think of how much LESS the deficit would be if the rates
buffett invests in assholes.
The only good productive jobs are now illegal.
Yes, because the Bush tax cuts really got the economy going. I mean look at all the jobs the “job creators” created under Bush after the biggest tax break in history. Screw the consumers, who needs them? It’s all about the “job creators” supply side, trickle down, voodoo, economics rules!
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