Buffett defends business aviation on CNBC

Warren Buffett, Chairman of Berkshire Hathaway on CNBC (Monday, March 9), when asked about President Obama’s stance on business aircraft, said…

“Berkshire has been better off by me having a plane available to go and do deals or whatever it may be. A lot of times it doesn’t work out. But net, it’s a plus. We have done things I wouldn’t have done if we hadn’t had a plane. And I think it’s…a big mistake to start demonizing anybody in this game. I just think it causes the American people to look backwards. And we don’t want villains, we want victory.”

Buffett’s comments come at about the 9:00 minute mark in the video embedded here.


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