"Five minutes after I got into the hotel room these guys came bursting into the room and before I knew it, the two of them were sticking measuring tape around my thigh. It seemed a little personal to me," Mr. Buffett says. "But they sent them to me and I never had to have an eighth of an inch changed."
Mr. Buffett admits his knowledge of men's clothing isn't equal to his investing prowess. "I'm not enthused about buying clothes. They don't interest me," he says. "But this is a perfect solution. I feel good about these suits. And not just because they are free."
Critics include billionaire investor Warren Buffett, who has said the plan would amount to a “massive” tax burden on businesses and ordinary Americans.
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, a Nevada Democrat, said yesterday that senators will “push climate as hard and as fast as we can.”
The Senate and later President George W. Bush rejected that pact on the grounds it would hurt the economy and because China and other developing countries aren’t required to cut greenhouse-gas emissions under the accord.