Warren Buffett appeared on CNBC's "Squawk Box" Monday morning.
HOST: That gets us to the topic of tax policy. I know that's a big can of worms that we're opening up this morning, too. You have had a huge role in the discussion around taxes, and you've been someone who's come out very sharply on President Obama's side. In fact, there's the Buffett Tax, that's named after you.
BUFFETT: Well, that's because Alzheimer's had already been used. I've always wanted to have a disease named after me.