I’ve long been an admirer of Warren Buffett since my days as a financial journalist even though his political views tend to be misguided. But he gave conservatives something to cheer about this morning when he came out against card check on CNBC in his characteristically plain-spoken style. “I think the secret ballot’s pretty important in the country,” he said. “I’m against card check to make a perfectly flat statement.”
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