Friday, March 20, 2009

Expanding on a Good Idea

This is probably sound advice.

American International Group has sent a secret memo to employees giving them security tips as fury grows in the U.S. over millions paid out in bonuses at the bailed-out insurer.

Employees were warned not to wear any clothing with the AIG logo, to travel in pairs and park in well-lit places, and to phone security if they notice anyone 'spending an inordinate amount of time near an AIG facility'.

I would take it a step further, and suggest to Barney Frank, Chris Dodd, Nancy Pelosi, and the rest of their colleagues running the DC-based crime syndicate formerly known as the United States Congress that they not wear any clothing in public that might identify them as sitting members of Congress.

This is not a threat, per se. It is merely a Public Safety Advisory that I'm passing along out of the kindness of my heart.

Because I care.