Closing Arguments: Risking YOUR Own AIG

By David Schoetz

Mar 17, 2009 10:58pm

From taxing those big bonuses to simply taking them back, the race is to find a way to punish AIG executives who have needed billions from taxpayers just to stay afloat. But some financial experts are waving a yellow flag of caution — reminding the public that an attack on AIG is an attack on a company they own 80 percent of. So tonight, we ask you: Would you like to see the bonuses recouped at any cost? Even if it renders AIG incapable of paying back their bailout? Tell us what you think. And follow "Nightline" on Twitter:

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