Tuli Can't Stop Talking

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Saturday, March 21, 2009


We all knew that Geithner, Summers and Rubin were bad choices for this Administration if we were wanting “Change” considering the situation we faced that the “Masters of the Universe” dropped on our doorstep and which these three were part of. Non-the-less we got them. Now Timothy Geithner is proving to be such a problem for this Administration that I can’t imagine that he will remain and/or continue to be even slightly influential.

The “Shrill One” has a good blog on Geithner’s Toxic Banking Plan.

Though it is early in the Administration, his departure will mean nothing if Summers and Rubin don’t join him.

I have to agree with the Professor, just from a common sense point of view. We need a new paradigm in the Financial Sector and these guys are not the ones to bring us there.

Perhaps Volker could come up with one?


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