Americans are furious over the AIG bonus issue, and rightly so; however, the bonuses are the least of the problems with AIG.

The bonuses account for millions of taxpayer dollars, but what about the BILLION$ that were provided in the “bail-out” package to AIG? Where is the oversight of that money? Who in AIG is being held accountable for those billions and how are those tax dollars being used to help the company turn itself around.

The same is true of the “bail-out” BILLION$ for other companies. Who is responsible and how is the money being used.

We should be more focused and concerned on how the BILLION$ of our tax dollars are being spent than on the bonuses.


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