Skip to comments.Report hits Geithner over AIG bailout
Posted on 11/16/2009 5:33:42 PM PST by Nachum
The governments watchdog over the bank bailout program is criticizing Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithners handling of one of the most sensitive moments of last years financial meltdown, questioning decisions he made while heading up the New York Federal Reserve Bank.
The new report criticizes the New York Feds decision in the fall of 2008 to bail out insurance giant AIG by covering its clients losses, sending tens of billions in taxpayer dollars to overseas banks.
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The list, ping
Nothing we did not already know but prey tell what will they do about it?
Any perp walks coming?
Nothing we were robbed! No restitution when you paid off the pigs in government.
Charged with what? Being poor at playing poker at the big boys’ table?
The new report criticizes the New York Fed?s decision in the fall of 2008 to bail out insurance giant AIG by covering its clients? losses, sending tens of billions in taxpayer dollars to overseas banks.
SEIU in action.
Being on the Buddy List paid off big time. The Zero never saw it coming and George was ready to go.
This whole thing stinks to High Heaven and George Soros and Company.
Just follow the money.
My “TAX CHEAT” stamp will go dry before they print any bills w his name on it!.....!
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