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ARTICLE from the Fall 2008 Issue

Four AIG executives spend $90K of taxpayer money hunting partridges

In an astonishingly brazen move, the insurance behemoth AIG decided to go ahead with a planned hunting trip to England for some of its top executives, spending $90,000 for an extravagant package at precisely the same time that ordinary taxpayers were forced by the federal government to save the floundering company with a $123 billion bailout.

Even more disgraceful from a financial standpoint, although less harmful to wildlife, was another AIG junket a few weeks earlier that saw bigwigs luxuriating at a California spa to the tune of nearly half a million dollars.

As Campbell Brown pointed out on her CNN program, “No Bias, No Bull,” the “tone-deaf Wall Street titans” ought to be grateful to the American citizens footing their bills. But apparently there is no limit to the selfishness or shamelessness of these spoiled persons.

Details at:
http://www.cnn.com/2008/POLITICS/10/17/campbell.brown.wall.street/index.html

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