Jeff Burton on AIG bonuses: 'Congress...

Jeff Burton on AIG bonuses: 'Congress screwed it up'

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NASCAR driver Jeff Burton criticized Congress on Friday over employee bonuses paid by troubled insurance giant AIG.

"I think that Congress screwed it up, and it sure would be nice to have somebody stand up and say 'You know what? I screwed up and supported sending tax dollars to a company to bail them out and didn't put more stipulations in there,"' Burton said.

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#540 Apr 12, 2009
Eman wrote:
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Typical liberal response. LOL, how easy it was to get under your skin.
A Republican president lied us into Iraq and was sheepishly supported by a Republican congress who supplied 2/3 of the pro-war vote.

And you have the audacity to point the finger at Democrats.

Such whacked-out views deserve all the contempt I've heaped on you, slime weasel.

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