“Jon, Thank You”

I thought I remembered reading this not long ago–it’s an article touting Jon Corzine as a replacement for Timothy Geithner as Secretary of the Treasury. Given this administration’s history of appointments including the present Treasury Secretary, Tim Geithner, I would think it altogether proper for Corzine to be considered when Geithner steps down. Having a CEO who cannot account for 1.2 billion dollars of his company’s funds replace a tax cheat who is in charge of the IRS would be right in line for this administration.

And if there’s any doubt in your mind, watch this:

Comments

  1. there will be no surprise if Joe Biden is not the Dem. VP candidate. there will be a push for Hillary and then a FMLA leave for the current VP. just an observation. VP s who talk too much are a detriment to their party. remember ? the problem is that Dick and Joe think it is all about them.

  2. Randy in Richmond says:

    Another former Governor and failed Obama Commerce Secretary nominee, Bill Richardson, is trying to make this list of ex-Democratic governors dealing with the court system. The Wall Street Journal reports investigators are probing how “Richardson’s close allies steered more than $2 billion of public money into investment funds run by money managers who in turn agreed to pay millions of dollars in consulting fees to high-profile Democratic fundraisers and other supporters of Richardson.”

    Time will tell.

    http://blogs.wsj.com/corruption-currents/2011/12/08/feds-probe-richardson-for-alleged-pay-to-play-scheme/

  3. Oh, wow. Richardson started well, but you could almost see the day he decided to be bought off.