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US Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner said that the government would work with AIG chief executive Edward Liddy to "wind down" the troubled insurer "in an orderly way."
In a letter to lawmakers Geithner addressed what he described as "considerable outrage" stemming from 160-million-dollar bonuses paid to AIG top executives, and said his department would "explore any and all responsible ways to accelerate this wind down process."
Would you support a special tax on AIG executives to recoup bonus money paid to them?
Yes 82% 231430
No 18% 49145
Total Votes: 280575
Originally posted by BlasteR
When you think about it this could even be one way for our government/CIA to covertly fund global terrorist efforts. If such funding exists, this is how it might be done.