PSBO feigns outrage on Monday when the truth of the matter is that HE KNEW about these bonuses for months and that little troll Geithner actually negotiated the bailout with AIG. However PSBO's teleprompter didn't tell him show outrage until the WSJ broke the story of the bonus payouts! But, that doesn't surprise me, PSBO is a narcissist who doesn't suffer criticism well. So quite naturally he would feign outrage to save face. What is surprising to me is how many Americans fell for it. People are outraged about 73 private citizens receiving bonuses and I understand how some find that disturbing in a time such as this but nonetheless it isn't illegal and Pres. Obama, Tim Geithner and Chris Dodd have known all along about these bonus payouts. I'm wondering why aren't we outraged about the 75 billion mortgage bailout? Why aren't we outraged about cap and trade, which may end up costing two trillion dollar? Why aren't we outraged about all these other bailouts that are going on? See what's happening here is that PSBO and the media are successfully hood-winking and bamboozling average Americans by distracted them and channeled their outrage away from his outrageous expansionist ideas and towards 73 private citizens who happen to be corporate fat cats. Good grief, and it's been said that I see the world through rose colored glasses. I wish it were true because what I am seeing these days is down right depressing.
PSBO and his goons in congress are calling for the 73 private citizens to give the bonus money they received back or they will be taxed at a rate of 100% for the money. Why doesn't PSBO give back the "bonus" he received from AIG in the form of campaign contributions totaling $101,332? If not, then he too should be taxed at a rate of 100%, but I wouldn't advise him to allow Tim Geithner to prepare his returns.