2012-12-17 — huffingtonpost.com
``Don't you hate it when you have to get out of bed to earn the taxpayer money being used to bailout your company? Maybe you should perform a rap parody about it.
That's exactly what president and CEO of AIG Global Real Estate Robert Gifford did back in 2010 in the midst of a $182 billion taxpayer bailout to save the company from collapse after the financial crisis. A video recently posted by Mother Jones shows Gifford at a company dinner performing a parody version of Jay-Z's "Empire State of Mind," one so cringe-worthy that even if it wasn't about a big corporation messing around with your hard-earned cash, you'd be nauseous. ''
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