COMMENTARY | I wish Warren Buffett would keepralph lauren polo uk his money-grabbing hands out of my checkbook. First he wants to raise taxes, and now he wants Californians to bail out his company -- on the sly! Don't believe me? Let me explain.
Back in August 2011, Buffett penned the now legendary opinion piece, in which he called for an end to "coddling the super-rich." He made a seemingly ralph tletlauren oucompelling point of showcasing middle-class soldiers who are fighting our wars, while the majority of Americans are struggling at home to put food on the table. In the meantime, the exceedingly well-heeled enjoy "extraordinary tax breaks."
I could have almost taken Buffett seriously and at ralph lauren outlet ukhis word. After all, he followed up his impassioned plea with a $5 billion bailout to Bank of America. A gesture, by the way, that thehailed as being "patriotic." Oh, but I just knew it was too ralph lauren shoes mengood to be true.
Come to find out -- as highlighted in the -- that Warren Buffett is a tax hypocrite. The business magnate talks (or writes) a good game when it comes to paying your fair share, but his very own Berkshire Hathaway is still fighting with the IRS over back taxes goingralph lauren online back to 2002. Of course, if these corporate shenanigans do not faze you too much -- after all, who does not turn over every rock when looking for deductions before the taxman cometh -- consider Buffett's latest planned insult to California voters.