Skip to comments.Warren Buffett says climate change no risk to Berkshire Hathaway
Posted on 02/29/2016 7:45:35 AM PST by rktman
Warren Buffett has dismissed the possibility that climate change could prove a big risk to Berkshire Hathaways insurance business, in a combative annual letter to shareholders.
In the letter, released on Saturday, Mr Buffett took on a dissident shareholder who plans to raise global warming at Berkshires annual meeting next month, as well as critics of the companys Clayton Homes mobile homes subsidiary and politicians who paint a gloomy picture of the US economy.
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“Nice. Fookin’ idjits. “
Well at least there will be plenty of 15 dollar an hour jobs available once people are forced out of the workplace due to the financial crunch this will cause.
I did not know Jim Clayton had sold Clayton Mobile Homes....
No impact from "global warming", indeed.
With that said, he's right because there is no impact from global warming, but then, I don't believe the "global warming" myth.
DENIER! You will be fined for such thoughts some day. :>)
Warren likes to get his name associated with every popular liberal cause around unless, of course, like this Global Warming BS, it would actually impact his bottom line. He’s not stupid and he isn’t going to spend money or changing his investing based on some fantasy about the world warming up and the sea levels rising and creating some Environmental Armageddon.
No risk to his insurance business.
But the politics of it could be a risk to his train business, if the greenies can’t keep blocking new oil and gas pipelines.
Obama exempted him for a large retirement fee
Liberal claptrap is great until it threatens to hurt the bottom line.
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