Perhaps if Congress wasn't in the business of "bailing out" companies who made bad investments, AIG wouldn't have acted so unwisely.
Just watch. Now that the public has paid for Octomom (just look at where her money came from--interviews and such because you would watch) to have a nice big home with full-time care for her superfluous household, we're destined to have more Octomoms.
You get what you pay for.
Pay for an unemployed woman to have more children? You've got it.
Pay for a company that foolishly invests its assets in bad deals? You've got it.
A bad economy? You've got it.