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AIG execs' retreat after bailout angers lawmakers

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posted on Oct, 8 2008 @ 09:42 PM
That's right these are exceptional circumstances for all people.
These executives should lead by example and cancel things like this to save money.
The fact they even spent (wasted) this money on this shows they have utter disregard for any of it and are only out for themselves and what they can get.
They should be immediately arrested and all there assets seized as they have committed fraud by accepting a government handout and spending it on luxury items.
Arrest them and take there cash.

posted on Oct, 8 2008 @ 11:11 PM

Originally posted by carewemust
It turns out that the AIG "executive junkett", as the media and Congress
called it, was actually just a pre-planned trip for high-achieving sales
people in their insurance subsidiaries.


Since it wasn't AIG's insurance portfolio which caused the company's
financial problems, it wouldn't make sense to punish the insurance
sales people by with-holding a trip that they'd been working for over
the past year. -cwm

If my company goes bankrupt and my employees worked so hard all year they certainly would have to cut expenses. There would really be nothing posh about it unless it was coming out of their pocket books. As a corporation they should reallocate their funds, because remember a corporation is like a machine. Most corporate mantras speak of the whole corporation being one entity and that every member is a part of this machine and does his or her part. It is the entire corporations fault for failing, and spa treatments are seriously out of the question.

Every American should now be given a free spa treatment courtesy of a tax on the scoundrels for debasing our currency and using their power for self gain. On top of a whole lot of other things.

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