Quote Of The Day

By Justin Gardner | Related entries in Barack, Economy, Quotes

“He understands economics. He’s a very smart guy. He’s a cool rational-type thinker. He will work with the right kind of people. So you’ve got the right person in the operating room, but it doesn’t mean the patient is going to leave the hospital tomorrow.”
- Warren Buffett on appropriate expectations of Obama’s economic plans.

That’s from tonight’s Nightly Business Report on PBS.

You can find a partial transcript here, as well as when it’ll be playing near you.

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One Response to “Quote Of The Day”

  1. Mario Piperni Says:

    Buffet nailed it with his operating room analogy. If I was to undergo an operation of any kind, I’d want my surgeon to have the same cool and intellect and overall demeanor which Barack Obama has demonstrated for the last two years.

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