Monday, March 16, 2009


Are you like me? UPSET, even ANGRY that AIG is burning through our tax dollars handing out $145 MILLION IN BONUS MONEY? Well, how about calling people WHO MATTER inside of AIG, giving them (or their secretaries) a piece of your mind! HERE IS YOUR CHANCE to speak to AIG Senior Staff! If you have more contact points for AIG, please leave them in Comments Section, or send them to us in email! Any former AIG employee have a DIRECTORY? Scan it, PDF it and eamil it to us, and we will put it ON THIS BLOG.

Nick Ashooh
(212) 770-3523

NEW YORK--Aug. 16, 2006--American International Group, Inc. (AIG) today announced that Nicholas J. Ashooh will join AIG in September as Senior Vice President, Communications. Mr. Ashooh succeeds John T. Wooster, Jr. who had filled that role on a temporary basis since year-end 2005, and earlier had been AIG Vice President, Communications from 1989 to 2001.

Most recently, Mr. Ashooh was Vice President, Corporate Communications at American Electric Power in Columbus, Ohio, a role he assumed in 2000. Prior to that, Mr. Ashooh was Vice President, Public Affairs and Corporate Communications at Niagara Mohawk Power Corp. in Syracuse, New York for eight years. Earlier, he held the position of Vice President, Corporate Communications at Paramount Communications, Inc. and before that was Director, Corporate Communications at Public Service of New Hampshire from 1978 to 1990. Mr. Ashooh is a native of Manchester, New Hampshire and a graduate of Marquette University in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

Joe Norton
(212) 770-3144

By the way, TAXPAYERS CAN CALL AIG TOLL FREE, or FAX THEM...imagine them getting say 25,000 fax's in the next few hours!

70 Pine St.
New York, NY 10270
Phone: 212-770-7000
Fax: 212-509-9705
Toll Free: 877-638-4244


Anonymous said...

The President has taken responsibility for the AIG bonuses. He states he does so because the buck stops with him, but more likely because he was the instigator in including the language in the stimulus bill that allowed them in the first place. Why, you might ask; for the result he has achieved, the outrage against the "rich," of course, the class warfare necessary to force the remainder of his agenda on all working Americans. Beware.

SouthernManofSC said...

AIG is not the problem, it is a symptom of the problem; the problem lies with our supposed representatives in Congress. They knew exactly what they were doing with AIG. They also knew the outrage would be focused on AIG. Yes, they will take some momentary heat, but ultimately the focus and blame will be directed to those AIG employees receiving the bonuses. That is not to say the bonuses were justified, personally I do not believe they were, but the opportunity to stop them existed and was passed on. What nefarious reason would cause that? Time will tell.

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