Skip to comments.Trump Isn't Morally Qualified to Be President, Munger Says
Posted on 04/15/2016 6:34:44 AM PDT by MAD-AS-HELL
Berkshire Hathaway Inc. Vice Chairman Charles Munger criticized leading candidates from both major U.S. political parties.
At a meeting with investors of his Daily Journal Corp. in Los Angeles Wednesday, Munger, 92, was asked whether a person who couldnt make money in the gaming industry would be a good fit for the top office in the U.S.
Well, he did make money for quite a while, Munger said of Republican Donald Trump. My attitude is that anybody who makes money running a casino is not morally qualified.
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Well, you’ve done it now. Prepare to be flamed.
Do you realize WHO currently resides at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave?
My attitude is that anybody who makes money running a casino is not morally qualified.
Say someone who plays with house money on the stock market...
Here’s the point I think about. Ted and Heidi Cruz are globalists and supporters of the North American Union. They are joined at the hip with “New World Order” Bushes and Goldman Sachs. Cruz is not qualified to lead this country. His allegiance to this country can not be trusted.
“Morality” coming from stock humpers in bed with the feds is ummm dubious.
Berkshire Hathaway is a company owned and run by Billionaire SOCIALIST Warren Buffet.
I wouldn’t invest with him. Nor would I take advice from his company
And the Clintons are? THAT’S RICH!!!
Of course no one is benefitting more from the Cheap Labor Express then Berkshire Hathaway, so what would you expect him to say?
Hey Charlie, I hear you. Far better to just line up at the government feeding trough and gorge on crony capitalism, like you and Warren...
“So, running the Congress like a whorehouse for companies like Berkshire to buy favors from is fine but a Casino isn’t?”
Bada boom, bada BING! Thread over.
Bank Bailout of Wells Fargo and Goldman Sacks
I think that has more to do than Casinos
Some shill for Berkshire-Hathaway, commercial enterprise of Warren Buffet, shill for the democrat party criminal enterprise, has problems with Trump - now there’s a surprise.
Constitutional conservatives don’t support ineligible Cubanadians.
I’ve known about Munger for about thirty years, as Buffett’s reticent partner since the ‘60s.
This is the first time in all those years I’ve ever known the MSM to pay attention to even a single word of utterance from him.
Which point is that? That Trump operated Casino’s?
Hate to break it to you, but while the Bible warns against robbing and stealing and desiring money above all else, it never ever states that games of chance are a sin.
That’s a “belief” invented by certain denominations.
I will bookmark this thread in case I want to take morality advice from one of Warren Buffet’s butt boys in the future
This is the epitome of smug, self-satisfied moral relativists using their version of twisted morality where they can make billions off others' money and turn around an say out the other side of their putrid mouths "gambling bad." Throw in some Elmer Gantry religion and we got some trouble - Right here in River City.
Pious religious bigotry.
Munger is part of a company that sells a lot of insurance. Many people have a problem with how insurance companies operate - does that suggest that someone running an insurance company isn’t morally qualified for ... ANYTHING?
How about a candy company? After all, you’re poisoning people with sugar.
How about owning a large chunk of Coca Cola? Ditto on the sugar thing.
How about the Washington Post, purveyor of bias, gossip, lies and sensationalism? Of ALL the things that Berkshire has a piece of, THAT PARTICULAR ONE comes the closest to morally disqualifying someone from ... ANYTHING.
In reality, NONE of these things disqualifies anyone from anything - they are ALL legal businesses, and I presume that both Trump’s casinos and Berkshire’s multiple businesses are under such great scrutiny that they HAVE to be honest...so they are morally fine with me to do pretty much anything. Munger jumped the shark on this one, and he owes an apology to Trump, his supporters and every person who ever owned or worked in a casino.
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