Last Monday while at the World Famous Lexington Market in Baltimore Maryland enjoying a few oysters; I was interviewed by ABC news with some general questions about the election and my fears of fairness, and our 700 billion dollar crisis in America.
I will share my beliefs if the interview is never released. I pray that it will because, I was able to promote “NO, I, N WE” my latest song. But until that time I’d like to share with you what a wise man had to say about investments. And he doesn’t cry over spill milk. His name is Warren Buffet and I quote.
*What I was ask and what I said.
1. Do I believe that any abnormalities would come into this years elections. "No, I don't believe any ill regularities or abnormalities would exist in the elections.
2. Why he ask -- -Because the whole World is watching America and the way we conduct our pollitical process, and any abnormalities would damage our abilities to influence other in our belief of democracy.
3. What do you think will be the outcome of the 700 billion dollar proposal. -- "I believe the money will be dispatch, and how that it will trickle down in the main stream.
4. What do you think can be done about voting in the future to stop possible adnormalities. " I believe that we have the technology to assure the right of everyone the ability to participate in the process via there social security number and automation, which can be developed.
5. Who will win the election and what is your greatest fear concerning the election process. "I will update this with the completion of Warren Buffet tips on success, in the next few days.
6. How can the election process be inproved. "The election process can be made better by using our social security numbers as a tracking device, with a computerize method of accountibility.
We can send a man to the moon, but can't provide everyone in America the assurance that there vote will be counted.
A. Who wiin the election, and why - "Obama will win the election by a landslide". The reason for this victory is that no one can afford to be a conservative, while America falls apart and believe that all is well. "The people have had enough, and the world is watching".
B. My greatest fear "That would not embrace the new President of the United States of America, after the people have n you first make money, you may be tempted to spend it. Don't. Instead, reinvest the profits. Buffett learned this early on. spoken". " We shall show the World That America is The Greatest Country on the Face of the Earth". "God Bless America".
And remember if you lift a hand to help someone, you will never be unemployed.
Stanley E Alston
No. 8: Know When to Quit
Once, when Buffett was a teen, he went to the racetrack. He bet on a race and lost. To recoup his funds, he bet on another race. He lost again, leaving him with close to nothing. He felt sick -- he had squandered nearly a week's earnings. Buffett never repeated that mistake.
No. 9: Assess the Risks
In 1995, the employer of Buffett's son, Howie, was accused by the FBI of price-fixing. Buffett advised Howie to imagine the worst- and best-case scenarios if he stayed with the company. His son quickly realized that the risks of staying far outweighed any potential gains, and he quit the next day.
No. 10: Know What Success Really Means
Despite his wealth, Buffett does not measure success by dollars. In 2006, he pledged to give away almost his entire fortune to charities, primarily the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. He's adamant about not funding monuments to himself—no Warren Buffett buildings or halls. "When you get to my age, you'll measure your success in life by how many of the people you want to have love you actually do love you. That's the ultimate test of how you've lived your life."
Above find the last three things that Mr Buffett has stated about finances.
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WHY - we I view Buffett as of example to Spiritual Enlightenment -- Quote from Forbes
1. Warren Buffett
Net Worth: $37 billion
The world's second-richest man still resides in the 6,000-square-foot, five-bedroom gray stucco home he bought in 1958 for $31,500. The 77-year-old keeps fit on his very own handball court.
In these troubling times the worth of knowledge is not always contain in the dollar. But rather how we use it's value in the pursuit of healthy wealth. .......Stan E Alston