"Geithner Is In A Closed Meeting With Senate Banking Committee Members Right Now"

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The prez is meeting with Wall Street's CEOs today, and Tim Geithner is also expected to get a little face time with his old pals, too. But! Apparently in advance of the reunion, Geithner is "in a closed meeting with Senate Banking Committee members," in Dirksen 538, circa now. What do you think they're talking about? We're guessing a list of demands the Congressmen want Li'l Geith to bring back to the CEOs, such as "You'll work for a dollar a year, taxed at 99.9% and you'll like it" and "Please don't forget your campaign donations." Also: "Tough break on the Zen garden. We weren't even planning on raising shit on that one, 'cause it sounded spectacular."

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