Skip to comments.'Political Dysfunction' at Root of World's Troubles: Geithner
Posted on 09/14/2011 7:32:36 AM PDT by Usagi_yo
The global economy is being held back in part by political problems that are complicating an array of other forces that have conspired against growth, US Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner said.
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Next up, Politics is not working because of politics.
Aw, go read your TurboTax Help file, Timmy...
Geithner should know.
There’s not any portion of his meager brain that functions...save for those portions that keep his sorry body alive.
No Timmy, progressive liberals are the root of the world’s problems.
He’s projecting. His handling of TARP is questionable.
your world socialism,
Translation: We can’t maneuver the country into a dictatorship so we can machine gun our enemies into mass graves or put them into concentration camps like Stalin did, and it’s really, really frustrating us.
Would those politics be socialism and crony capitalism, by any chance, Timmah? Maybe the “citizens of the world” are not so “smart” afterall?
The most failed ideology in the history of civilization is always just one more attempt away from being truly awesome.
Producers must produce and protect themselves from Marxist thieves like you.
As you Marxists use politics to legalize Marxist theft and slavery, and criminalize production for compensation, you motivate producers to quit and everybody starves to death.
So yes, Marxist politics is the politics of economic destruction.
I think not Mr. Geithner, the system is doing exactly as designed, give more power to the ruling class, make a barrier to jumping class and make the rich socialist even richer.
I am confused by the format of the headline. Is the colon used to separate the quotation from the person being quoted, or (more likely) is it being used to introduce a list of the political dysfunctions at the root of the world's troubles?
The title was cut and past from the web page the article is on. I believe it’s who’s being quoted. In this instance Geithner is being quoted by the journalist.
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