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A suggestion from reader Richard W.:

Michelle,

I don’t understand why AIG doesn’t just borrow the same approach Obama took to defending the $410B pork-laden spending bill he just signed in private. Seeing as how the bonuses were earned for work done in 2008, AIG should just call the bonuses, “Last year’s business” and make all kinds of lofty promises about how now, for real, going forward, now that they’re paid, AIG is really going to clamp down on companies abusing bonuses because paying them is despicable.

(Republished from MichelleMalkin.com by permission of author or representative)
 
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