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Tuesday, December 30, 2014 5:28
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Warren Buffet, the world’s third richest man, has made extremely savvy business decisions in his illustrious career.



He’s usually level headed, and doesn’t second guess himself, or his methods.



And for the greater part of his career, he’s said that doesn’t like PACs, and wouldn’t give them money because he doesn’t want to see the country going down that risky road that PACS have helped to pave.



Looks like the world’s leading investor might be into flip flopping like some of his beloved politicians.



Buffet recently parted with $25,000 and gave it to the PAC “Ready For Hillary.” By law, he could not give any more to the organization. But it’s safe to say that if he could, he would, he’s got enough in his coffers that’s for sure.



Buffet genuinely likes Clinton. He told CNN’s Poppy Harlow, I don’t see how you could have anybody significantly better qualified…I like what she believes in…I think she’s amazingly able and energetic for that matter in pushing those beliefs.”



And while Buffet has given plenty of money to candidates and committees, this is the first time he’s given money to a PAC. He said PACs move democracy in a direction he’s not too fond of, so it’s a wonder why he would renege on his word and put up a donation to what he proclaimed to deplore.



Perhaps Buffet is realizing something coming up with a possible Republican win that wouldn’t do he or his investment firm, Berkshire Hathaway, any good?



That’s pure supposition we admit.



But it does make sense that if the man is ready to go back on one of his tightly held values, something might be happening…something the average American can’t see.



One of the major truisms of uncovering corruption is that if you want to see where the corruption came from, you can follow the trail of money to the source and you’ll see the primary forces identifying the observed outcome.



What you’re seeing with Buffet’s move is he’s well prepared to pay to get his way.



If you’d like to pay to get some influence in your life, maybe you should invest in something that Forbes touts as a great investment. Enjoy!!!






“Hillary is going to run,” said Buffett, the chairman and chief executive of conglomerate Berkshire Hathaway Inc, speaking at Fortune’s Most Powerful Women Summit in Laguna Niguel, California.
“Hillary’s going to win,” said Buffett, stating he’d be ready to “bet money on it.”

Yeah He’s betting on his own money that is for sure. Be AWARE and be PREPARED, FEAR is not an option. Be safe everyone…



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