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Geithner Goes Over the Edge

wiseone Wrote: Apr 28, 2012 11:29 AM
I don't know anything about Glenn Hubbard, but Kudlow should be made aware that citing "Dean of Colombia Business School", or any other Ivy League indoctrination center, is hardly a positive recommendation to the conservatives who read the articles at this site.
gungy Wrote: Apr 28, 2012 11:49 AM
Business schools do tend to be a little less radicalized than what you rightly call the indoctrination centers. Good people can come out of them like Dr. Sowell or Mike Adams. Unfortunately the indoctrination and brainwashing in public schools begins the first day of kindergarten nowadays. And look to the Obeyme regime to outlaw all homeschooling in his 2nd term and force all children into the public "education" centers to make sure none escape. It's coming.

Is Tim Geithner the most politically partisan treasury secretary in history? Certainly sounds like it these days. As the government’s chief financial officer, he’s spending a lot of time firing campaign barbs at various Republicans and their policies.
 
Geithner has blasted Mitt Romney by name on several occasions. He frequently attacks Representative Paul Ryan and the GOP budget. And he recently fired a broadside at top-Romney economist Glenn Hubbard, who is presently dean of the Colombia Business School.
 
Responding to a Hubbard op-ed in the Wall Street Journal -- which calculated that the president’s spending plans...