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And now some fresh pickings from the political -- Insurance company AIG is actually considering suing the US government for the bailout that saved.
The New York Times reports an already existing lawsuits from shareholders.
Says the rescues high interest rates and 92%.
Government stake in the company.
Cost them tens of billions -- AIG is considering joining that lawsuit.
The Atlantic quips quote does that kind of bad attitude count as looking a gift horse in the mouth or biting the hand that feeds you or both.
The company finished paying back the government a month ago when the Treasury Department sold its last batch of AIG shares at a profit.
At the same time AIG is considering joining that lawsuit the company is also running thank you America commercials.
Senate majority leader Harry Reid is getting more criticism for comments we brought you Friday that he made about hurricane sandy and Katrina.
The people New Orleans elementary and they were hurt but nothing in comparison to what happened to the people New England.
-- Louisiana senator David -- says quote sadly Harry Reid has again revealed himself to be an idiot this time gravely insulting Gulf Coast residents.
Both Katrina and sandy were horribly destructive storms that cause real human misery.
And by most any measure Katrina was our worst natural disaster in history.
Peter writes that Katrina cost more than 18100 deaths and 108 billion dollars in damage while -- because 131 deaths.
And 65 billion dollars in damage.
He simply misspoke.
Here's a stark contrast the Pentagon's assessment that planned budget cuts part of the fiscal cliff deal and the sequester would jeopardize national security.
And a 247000.
Dollar float in the tournament of roses parade.
The Washington guardian reports last week was the first time the Pentagon sponsored a float in the parade in honor of Korean war veterans.
Lawmakers hoping to trim the budget are looking everywhere you may remember.
Defense Secretary Leon Panetta wrote the impact of the planned cuts would be devastating saying.
We would have to reduce the size of the military sharply and war efforts would be adversely affected in a lengthy statement to Fox News the Pentagon chalked up.
To recruiting young people and honoring veterans.
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