AIG Bonus Outrage: What’s the Fallout?

AIG Bonus Outrage: What’s the Fallout?

AIG Bonus Outrage: What’s the Fallout?

The Nation‘s Ari Melber joins Washington Times columnist Amanda Carpenter to weigh in on who has the most to lose in the ongoing AIG controversy.

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Washington Times columnist Amanda Carpenter suggests that there
are no
winners in the AIG saga and that President Obama, Senate Banking
Committee
Chairman Chris Dodd and Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner have been the
biggest losers. Ari Melber of The Nation agrees with Carpenter’s
assertion that the credibility of Obama has suffered but
disagrees with Thomas
Freidman’s New York Times column
and Carpenter when they suggest
that
the loss of Geithner would be bad news.

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