LIBERALS, now that Warren Buffett DISAGREE with Obama?

8-9 months ago Liberals were telling all of us that Warren Buffett, one of the richest man in the world, support Obama & we should listen to him...... Here are some examples:... show more 8-9 months ago Liberals were telling all of us that Warren Buffett, one of the richest man in the world, support Obama & we should listen to him......
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Now that Warren Buffett (Big Obama supporter) led the charge in an interview on CNBC where he stated that this Job-Killing “CRAP-and-trade” bill, is nothing more than a giant energy tax on the middle class. It is “a huge tax and there’s no sense calling it anything else.”
Buffett also stated that the U.S. economy is in "shambles," with no signs of a recovery anytime soon.
adding, "Everything that I see about the economy is that we've had no bounce. The financial system was really where the crisis was last September and October, and that's been surmounted and that's enormously important.
http://www.cnbc.com/id/31526815/

So my question is:
LIBERALS, now that Warren Buffett DISAGREE with Obama about how this economy is being handled, SHOULD WE STILL LISTEN TO HIM, or is he now just as "" BAD"" as Rush?
Update: @ PrivacyNowPlease & Ken....... Nowhere in the interview previous administration is being mentioned as a culprit of this trouble, contrary to your statement. BECKY: You mentioned that you think Ben Bernanke did a good job. BUFFETT: I don't see how you could do better. Yeah. He has taken decisive... show more @ PrivacyNowPlease & Ken.......

Nowhere in the interview previous administration is being mentioned as a culprit of this trouble, contrary to your statement.

BECKY: You mentioned that you think Ben Bernanke did a good job.
BUFFETT: I don't see how you could do better. Yeah. He has taken decisive action at a time when really decisive action was needed, and extraordinary action, things that we hadn't done before. If he hadn't of done -- I give the Bush administration credit on this.
Update 2: @ John D "Your ad here" BECKY: You know, cap and trade is something we talked about when we spoke with you back in May as well. And you raised some of the issues and concerns you have about cap and trade. It does look like it is still on the agenda for right now. So is health care. Does it concern... show more @ John D "Your ad here"

BECKY: You know, cap and trade is something we talked about when we spoke with you back in May as well. And you raised some of the issues and concerns you have about cap and trade. It does look like it is still on the agenda for right now. So is health care. Does it concern you to see Washington, Congress and the administration, moving on some of these big initiatives while you're still concerned about the economy?

BUFFETT: Well, I think if they're important issues and they get well thought out solutions. It is important that we move on carbon emissions. It's important we move on health care. But I DON'T THINK THEY SHOULD BE JAMMED THROUGH IN A HURRY. But those are issues that should be addressed by America.
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