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BET Founder to Obama: ‘You Don’t Get People to Like You By Attacking Them or Demeaning Their Success’

Add the founder of BET to the list of people who don‘t think the ’Buffett Rule’ is such a good idea.
Robert Johnson, who founded the Black Entertainment Television network in 1980, appeared on “Fox News Sunday” and said President Barack Obama needs to adjust his message to one that’s not “attacking” the wealthy for their success.
“I think the president has to recalibrate his message,” Johnson said. “You don’t get people to like you by attacking them or demeaning their success. I grew up in a family of 10 kids, first one to go to college, and I’ve earned my success. I’ve earned my right to fly private if I choose to do so. And by attacking me, is not going to convince me that I should take a bigger hit because I happen t

Added: Oct-2-2011 Occurred On: Oct-2-2011
By: aranger45
Tags: BET, Founder, Obama, Attacking, Success
Location: New York, New York, United States (load item map)
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