Geithner: “We’re moving together with the world”

Within days after GM’s CEO Rick Wagoner was forced out by the Obama administration, Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner left open the possibility that such moves could happen again.

Unrepentant Tax cheat Geithner sat down with CBS’s Katie Couric.  Here is the stunning clip which included this exchange:

Couric: “So you leave the option open to actually pressure a bank CEO to resign?”

Geithner: “Of course. Of course.”

“You’re gonna see the strongest consensus on coordinated global stimulus you’ve seen in generations,” he said. “A very powerful consensus on the kind of 21st century rules of the road for our financial systems.”

Geithner acknowledged the enormity of the crisis but said a unified effort would help reverse the financial downturn.

“We’re gonna have setbacks ahead,” Geithner said. “And that’s why it’s so important that we’re moving together with the world to try to make sure we bring recovery back. And the world is with the president on this.”

3 Responses to Geithner: “We’re moving together with the world”

  1. Ricky Lujan says:

    “…more cooperation and more commitment globally than we’ve ever seen before…” oh joy. You better plan on your Grandchildren pledging allegiance to the United Nations.

  2. MacBeth says:

    This man and his boss are worse than many people seem to realize. They are globalists, yes, and in the process putting America’s Constitution in the deep freeze. Everytime I hear Obama described as a ‘rock star’ I get sick to my stomach.

  3. SherriAZ says:

    As J.D. Hayworth is fond of saying, “Elections have consequences”. My kids will be paying for the consequences of this fiasco for years to come.