Tuesday, February 10, 2009

Dear President Obama: If Geithner was so important, then why is he such a dolt?

Mr. President, you implemented the double-standard of the Geithner Paradigm in part by conning us into believing that you simply couldn't do without him.

Here's the anchor that you've firmly tied around your neck, Mr. President.

Well, the early vote from the Stock Market seems to be one of disagreement.
I get that Schumer's blitheringly idiotic statement that the American people really don't care about pork should have, MUST have made you almost vaporlock that such a complete, low-functioning moron like him could be a member of your party. I truly do understand that.

But that having been said, the assinine idea that you couldn't have pciked someone else... someone without a criminal background... someone with a clue... someone who could string a coherent thought together is, much like any reasonable analysis of your despicable Generational Indebtedness Act, beyond belief.

This guy got up there today, and put the entire financial planet to sleep; verbiage that caused the market to react by losing something on the order of 5% of its value... a paltry 381.99 points.

He's aiding and abetting in your criminal act, Mr. President. In fact, both of these slimeballs are destroying your credibility as fast as humanly possible, not that you need any help.

"Change! we can believe in?" Starting when? Michelle Malkin has once again captured the details of yet another one of the uimpacts of your more cretinous personel choices. Enjoy, Mr. President.

Tax cheat wonder boy Geithner is a laughingstock

By Michelle Malkin • February 10, 2009 05:08 PM

What a joke.

Administration officials were greeted with sarcasm and laughter Monday night when they briefed lawmakers and congressional staff on Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner’s new financial-sector bailout project, according to people who were in the room.

The laughter was at its height when Obama officials explained that the White House planned to guarantee a wide swath of toxic assets — which they referred to as “legacy assets” — but wouldn’t be asking Congress for money. Rep. Brad Sherman (D-CA), a bailout opponent in the fall, asked the officials to give Congress the total dollar figure for which they were on the hook. The officials said that they couldn’t provide a number, a response met by chuckling that was bipartisan, but tilted toward the GOP side.


Oh, and just a reminder about the 10 Republicans who voted for the tax cheat/wonder boy because he was so uniquely qualified — with iron-clad credibility — to do the job:



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