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Buffett on inequality

Warren Buffett isn’t worried about the American economy. But he is worried about inequality.

06/27/2017 10:00 PM
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  • Jean R.
    06/29/2017 16:02

    Warren Buffet is one of the top Illumaniti and he is part or the problem; He is also 33 deg Freemason who worship Satan. He really seems like he wants to help America but he just wants OWO so he can make more money and control. Those people love power and money.

  • Vincent H.
    06/29/2017 08:01

    What's a 40 hr week? Lol

  • Kenneth Y.
    06/29/2017 05:08

    When Warren Buffett says the rich are too rich and the gap is too wide hopefully some of the folks in Washington are listening carefully!

  • Sydney H.
    06/29/2017 03:38

    As much as I want to like the guy just a friendly reminder that if anyone's door gets knocked on by Kirby salesmen, its because of him. The reason Kirby salesmen are so aggressive and intrusive is because they are paid solely on commission. Every vacuum costs around $2,000 for every time a Kirby rep sells one, they get $150. They dont make anything if they don't sell any regardless if they spend 60-70 hours a week door knocking. The only reason I know this is because I tried being a Kirby salesman. They try to sweeten the deal by offering paid vacations, but only if you sell over 100 in 3 months, which they neglect to tell you that when they hire you. They tell you that you will get paid $450 a week if you dont make any sales, what they dont tell you is you have to show 15 people a week in order to get that $450 and since most people know Kirby is a scam (I didn't because I had never heard of them before) you're lucky if you can get into 3 houses a week.

  • Ron C.
    06/29/2017 03:19

    Franklin Turtle I think you're on the wrong side of things my friend. You support the rich and wealthy well they lied to you and give them self tax breaks and corporate welfare. I'm pretty certain Warren Buffett knows more than both of us combined with his 40 billion dollars and he even knows I'm right about economics being disproportionately awarded to the top 1 to 2%

  • Meredith T.
    06/29/2017 03:11

    Maxx Crowder

  • Yves D.
    06/29/2017 02:49

    He's a multi billionaire talking about he's concerned about wealth inequality. Then share your billions, and that a bitch.

  • Christian R.
    06/29/2017 01:56

    This is why I voted for Sanders.

  • John F.
    06/29/2017 01:25

    Well said Warren buffet

  • Keith T.
    06/29/2017 01:01

    Evan Jefferson

  • Cairo Q.
    06/28/2017 23:38

    This guy is funny he was the one who went to court against ELLON MUSK...Costumers were buying the Solar roof and Warren did not like that bc was affecting his Electricity company bc Ellon Costumers were saving money and spending less electricity

  • Zephyr W.
    06/28/2017 23:31

    If you're worried about inequality, then maybe you shouldn't give people like Jeff Sessions $10,000 for their campaigns. http://www.opensecrets.org/races/contributors?cycle=2014&id=ALS1&spec=N

  • Josh C.
    06/28/2017 23:08

    Balance Balance Balance Balance. This is why we have the best country in the world. Now what...Eat me alive!

  • Deshaun W.
    06/28/2017 23:05

    Buffet help cover up child molesters

  • David A.
    06/28/2017 22:11

    He didn't propose any solutions though. In a capitalistic society, there will always be inequality.

  • Damien F.
    06/28/2017 22:02

    Money does not care for equality or equity in outcome.Money cares for money.Ultimately currency is a pretty useless invention.People like Mr Buffet talk the talk but they don't really walk the walk.The world's uber wealthy could change the world for the better but they don't.

  • Jeff M.
    06/28/2017 21:56

    This guy is such a dousche.

  • Bex B.
    06/28/2017 21:56

    That is, if you think we need to elect a rich guy. Apparently, a lot of Americans thought that was a good idea....

  • Bex B.
    06/28/2017 21:55

    This is the kind of rich guy we should elect. He does so much for the community here in Omaha, is humble, honest, respectful towards others, is a true leader, has compassion and concern for the well-being of his fellow Americans. I thought these were American values.

  • Muayyad A.
    06/28/2017 21:43

    Is he being interviewed in a furniture store?