Nothing too earth shattering here, and the Buffett interview is rushed as he on the baseball field at Boston to throw out the first pitch, but it nonetheless highlights how we all are in the same situation. When asked about the uncertainty of the markets, whether housing will recover, or whether Fannie and Freddie will be expensive to taxpayers, he basically says, "I don't know." Probably the most honest statement yet, and an illustration of how were are all just feeling around in the dark with regarding to the housing and credit crisis. There will be winners and losers in the end, as there already have been with Fannie and Freddie, but hope is still entering into the equation. Just ask Lehman.

Source: Wall Street Journal Online Video