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Lights Out on AIG CEO - Neil Cavuto

Neil Cavuto questioning AIG CEO, Edward Liddy. Cavuto mentions Ron Paul several times, at the end, the lights go out on AIG CEO.


"Sorry for the lighting problems, it was not personal. I don't know what happened there." - Neil Cavuto

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"okay- Im going to turn out the lights....

whoever took the 75 billion will please put it on the table- no questions asked"- THATS what Cavuto shoulda said.

Maybe AIG couldn't pay their

Maybe AIG couldn't pay their electric bill!


I like to think it was Ron Paul supporters working on the Fox News crew that shut the lights off on him.

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It would have been better ...

... if Neil told Liddy he had Dr Paul on the other line. I bet Liddy would've bolted LOL

Liddy did'nt even answer the questions honestly, just talked about how well AIG was going to be. I thought Neil was dissapointed in his answers and I wished he pressed Liddy a bit more.

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That wasn't a grilling!!!

That wasn't a grilling!!! That was a friendly debate between two corporate hacks!

It wasn't very friendly, you don't have to shout and holler...

...in order to question someone. I'll change it to questioning.

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I laughed out loud, but it's kind of spooky.

Liddy had a scared look on his face.

Where was Fox News when Ron Paul really needed them?

Were they just as fooled as most everyone else?

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Ya he looked nervous

Thx for posting.

he's nervous all the way to

he's nervous all the way to the bank with yours and my money!

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