I found this quite disturbing and amusing at the same time, enjoy. http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=20601087&sid=aElyzzHkNwCY&refer=home Carl Icahn Says Obama Would Be a `Terrible' President for U.S. By Michael McKee May 22 (Bloomberg) -- Billionaire investor Carl Icahn said Barack Obama would be a ``terrible'' U.S. president whose election would bring higher interest rates and a loss of international confidence in the dollar. Really Carl? Explain to us how the current low rates are causing breakneck growth. Last I checked, there isn't any international confidence in the dollar. If anything, the low rates you speak of are destabilizing the dollar Carl ``I don't normally get involved in politics, but this time I am,'' Icahn told an investors conference in New York last night. ``I don't think Obama really understands economics.'' Explain your concept of economics Carl, especially how low rates will improve the international confidence in the dollar, and battle inflation. Textbook economics, Carl, don't work in this situation. The Illinois senator is the front-runner for the Democratic presidential nomination. Obama has 1,962 delegates, according to an Associated Press tally, putting him 64 delegates shy of the 2,026 needed to clinch the nomination. ``I personally think he would be a terrible president,'' Icahn, 72, said. Obama would probably go on a ``huge spending spree'' that ``the country can't afford right now.'' Carl, did you stop taking your meds? WTF are you talking about, nobody could outspend George and Dick, this country couldn't afford these idiots when we started 7 years ago, they have done nothing but royally fuck us all up. To top it off, they decided to give back money twice, in the form of tax rebates. Explain how we can afford this feat of conservatism? Coupled with the higher tax rates that the Illinois senator has already endorsed, ``you would have a loss of confidence in the dollar,'' leading to accelerating inflation and ``much higher interest rates,'' Icahn said. His comments, and remarks by other presenters at the conference, were embargoed by the organizers until this morning. Didn't we do battle with inflation last time "with much higher interest rates"? I suppose Volcker is an idiot to you Carl? Even worse, Icahn said, would be a Democratic president with a veto-proof supermajority of 60 Democrats elected to the Senate. ``It would be devastating,'' he said. ``Then you couldn't stop runaway legislation.'' Earlier this year, Icahn donated the maximum $2,300 to the presidential campaign of Republican Rudy Giuliani, according to the Washington-based Center for Responsive Politics. Giuliani has dropped out of the race. He has also given to Democrats, including New Hampshire Senate candidate Jeanne Shaheen. Obama does have support in the investment community. Among those who have donated to his campaign are billionaires Kenneth C. Griffin of Citadel Investment Group in Chicago, and George Soros of Soros Fund Management, according to the center. To contact the reporter on this story: Michael McKee in New York at firstname.lastname@example.org Last Updated: May 22, 2008 10:00 EDT Carl, Ken Griffin and George Soros must not know shit about economics and finance, they gave to Obama! They must just be making random guesses and getting lucky, making all that money. Tell us what you have done lately, Carl. Have you made any profits recently? All the shit you own seems to be under water and only getting worse. Won't your friends George and Dick help you out? Maybe if rates would just go to zero, maybe then you might get back to even ya bagholder!