"...you'll be supporting the swindlers and the fraudulent; the continued lifestyles of the jet set, new yacht purchases, corporate sponsorship at PGA tour events and NASCAR (please, if there is a God, which I doubt, will you striketh with a meteor the next nascar race?), and stadium naming rights."And, wouldn't you know it, as mentioned by Obama in the debate, that AIG execs went on a $400,000 dollar junket. Now, they have another one planned at a Ritz-Carlton. Fortunately, not the one in Dallas, with lines of limos tying up traffic on McKinney Ave. like every other event there.
The event, at the Ritz-Carlton in California's Half Moon Bay, aims to ``motivate and educate'' about 150 independent agents who sell AIG coverage to high-end clients, said spokesman Nicholas Ashooh.
AIG considered buying advertisements to explain its position, only to be told by public relations consultant George Sard that it would be ``a really bad idea.''