Letter to Robert S. Miller


By:  Mike Capuano Luis Gutiérrez Peter Welch
Date: Jan. 8, 2013
Location: Unknown

Mr. Robert S. Miller
Board Chairman
American International Group, Inc.
180 Maiden Lane
New York, NY 10038

Dear Mr. Miller:

According to The New York Times, AIG is actively considering suing the U.S. government for monetary damages after American taxpayers rescued your company from its reckless conduct with a $182 billion bailout.

Don't do it.

Don't even think about it.

AIG became the poster company for Wall Street greed, fiscal mismanagement, and executive bonuses -- the taxpayer and economy be damned.

Now, AIG apparently seeks to become the poster company for corporate ingratitude and chutzpah.

Taxpayers are still furious that they rescued a company whose own conduct brought it down. Don't rub salt in the wounds with yet another reckless decision that is on par with the reckless decisions that led to the bailout in the first place.


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