TurboTax Timmie Geithner

TurboTax Timmie Gets To Decide (All By Himself) ‘Who Is Too Big To Fail’

"Castro doesn't have those powers." The new financial reform bill coming through has arbitrary rules about the Treasury Secretary deciding who is 'too big to fail' and then seizing the company, firing the management, and tell the shareholders to take a hike.  Dick Morris explains it well, and the possible fallout for Republicans' political donations because of it.
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Image Unravelling? Go Look At Produce

When in doubt about how bad you are tanking with the American public, go shopping with the first lady and look at lettuce. Bailout Anger Undermines Geithner WASHINGTON— Timothy Geithner's role in calming the financial crisis landed him the coveted job of Treasury secretary last year. That same résumé is now dogging him. In his next test, Mr. Geithner will find out this week how lawmakers are treating one of his main goals—revamping the nation's financial regulations—when Senate Banking Committee Chairman Chris Dodd unveils his new bill. In Washington, where perception can take on the status of fact, the political…
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First Paulson, Now Geithner

Remember Paulson predicting an economic crash of biblical proportions if the government did not bail out the banks?  TurboTax Timmie is warning that the markets aren't going to like a Bernanke rejection by the Senate. I know you are sick to death of being threatened by government officials, and it is only adding to the anger and frustration in the country.  Tim seems to think you are mad because of the "damage this crisis caused".  I would wager you are more upset with how the crisis has been handled since Paulson went to Bush's WH with 3 pages and threats.…
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