|Quoting Bok269 (Reply 3):|
You mean the legislation that the administration opposes?
Just words, the House and Senate will pass it, just listen to Chuckie Schumers' words, he'll take it from them.
|Quoting Jcs17 (Reply 4):|
He should not. He was entitled to that money part of his compensation package, just like a high-ranking manager at AIG.
Of course, if Barack tries to force through the completely illegal 90% tax on AIG bonuses, Rahm would do well to give up his Freddie bonus.
They were entitled to their bonuses. AIG should not have begged for the money, a lot of it went overseas to foreign banks. Now AIG is stuck, many other companies including foreign ones are siphoning off employees by saying 'we still honor our bonuses'. A contract is a contract. While everyone was in a tizzy over 160 or so million given to AIG with no conditions, 1 trillion dollars was put into the money supply, devaluing the dollar ever more.
Looks like this whole administration has fundemental flaws in it, like the Tax Cheat Geithner, who now says he will go after other tax cheats but not himself. Wesley Snipes should be pardoned immediately, or the preferred solution throw Geithner into prison, along with all those other democrat nominees of Obamas' who didn't pay their taxes.