Tim Geithner May Not Want To Pack His Bags Just Yet

President Barack Obama, newly re- elected, now confronts two questions that he has been avoiding for more than a year: Who will replace Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner and when…The timing of Geithner’s replacement depends on whether the White House can reach an agreement with the lame duck Congress on a deficit reduction plan to avoid triggering spending cuts and tax increases known as the fiscal cliff. If a deal can be reached before the Jan. 1 deadline, Geithner might leave as soon as it is completed. If the solution is left for the next Congress, Obama may ask Geithner to stay, either to work on a deal or to reassure financial markets about the U.S. government’s ability to trim the deficit. [Bloomberg, earlier re: Tim Geithner’s many unapproved requests to go home]

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22 Responses to “Tim Geithner May Not Want To Pack His Bags Just Yet”

  1. guest says:


  2. Bejujular says:

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  3. Guest says:

    I think he has a hairball stuck in his throat.

  4. Quant me maybe says:

    Sooo…. A bunch of highly intelligent, highly educated guys and gals are going to buy the Treasury Secretaries explanation for the fiscal cliff when they can easily see for themselves that Congress keeps demonstrating loudly and repeatedly that they are collectively dumber than a pile of bricks.

    Doubting things already.

  5. guest says:

    …collectively dense enough to bend light.

    fixed it.

  6. guest says:

    somebody should call amnesty international on behalf of lil Tim.

  7. ILoveLamp says:

    waaaahh! I'm tired of Bronco Bama!

    -T. Geithner

  8. Sandy-blaster says:

    if timmy babe stays i wonder if he'll still get locked out of meetings and have to wait w the secretaries like he did in that Brian Williams special

  9. hola hola says:

    Why can't he just simply quit? Is there any punishment for quittinG?

  10. Vik Pandit says:

    I'm available!

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