The United States Congress has announced that the millions in AIG bonus money that they had returned from AIG executives will be sent to Washington. The money will be evenly split between the 435 Representatives and 100 Senators as a bonus for their oversight in catching the corporate fraud.
An unnamed female member of the House of Representatives from California said that "we deserve this money because we kept it from the pockets of those crooked AIG executives. Just like an employee of a company often gets a bonus when they find a way to save their employer money, we deserve this bonus because we kept it from being paid out to people who didn't really deserve it."
"We'll send a piece of the pie to the White House also, as our Comrade there also helped."
When it was pointed out to the Representative that the United States is operating at a deficit, is increasing the national debt, and shows no fiscal responsibility in it's budget or spending, she had "no comment on the actions of previous administrations" (even though she also served in Congress and as Speaker of the House during those previous administrations).
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