Skip to comments.U.S. Treasury loan plan may exclude TARP watchdog
Posted on 02/22/2010 8:03:57 PM PST by Nachum
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A Treasury bailout watchdog has warned that excluding his office from oversight of a proposed $30 billion small business lending fund would be "terribly wasteful" and could put taxpayers at risk.
Neil Barofsky, special inspector general for the Treasury's $700 billion Troubled Asset Relief Program (SIGTARP), said in a letter to a senior Treasury official that he was "surprised" to learn last week that Treasury is proposing the new program operate outside his purview. The letter, dated Friday, was made public on Monday.
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The list, ping
The guy just answered his own question. Zero wants a slush fund out of prying eyes.
Why of course the Rats don’t want any pesky watchdogs.
....”Zero wants a slush fund out of prying eyes”.....YEP!!!
No matter how many times he’s found with his rat paw in the cookie jar, he acts like nothing happened. This will keep up until either Bummer is voted out, expires his terms, or the makeup of Congress is sufficient to impeach. I mean, Richard Nixon appears the very paragon of probity compared to Bummer, and even Jimmy Carter doesn’t seem so bad.
Your right about that...heck even Clinton (yulk) looks good compared to the Mombo man...and he is cowtowing to the muslim nations...getting in bed with animals.