Entries Tagged as 'Timmay'

Timmay’s Inner Monologue (Video)

July 27th, 2010 · No Comments · Timmay

The good folk at Funny or Die have managed to LOL video, something we lack the technical capacity to do. Here, a look into the darkest recesses of Timmay’s mind as he doesn’t answer questions about Elizabeth Warren. Timothy Geithner’s Secret Thoughts on Elizabeth Warren – watch more funny videos

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Lehman Faked It, Timmay Knew It, That Settles It?

March 12th, 2010 · 12 Comments · lehman brothers, Timmay

There is a massive, 2,200 page tome that was released yesterday that goes into excruciating detail as to why Lehman failed. Anton Valukas, the examiner, assuredly had a lot to work with. We weren’t quite expecting an encyclopedia, but we guess we shouldn’t be surprised either. And what did he find? Bad mortgages? Sure, of […]

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The Best Man For The Job

February 18th, 2010 · 1 Comment · fail, regulatin, Timmay

…is never, ever Timmay.  The US Senate, moving at its usual lightning pace, has almost sort-of agreed in principle to an outline of a plan to form a committee to explore the possibility of creating a council that may or may not  identify systemic risks to the nation’s financial system. This is what passes for […]

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I’m Serious You Guys!

January 25th, 2010 · No Comments · bernanke, markets, Timmay

Human parody Timmay Geithner has added his voice to the cacophony surrounding Ben’s confirmation will-he-or-wont-he, threatening (as much as Timmay can threaten anyone) doom and gloom if Ben doesn’t come back as Fed Head. Asked about possible market reaction to a defeat, Geithner said: “I think the markets would view that as a very troubling […]

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Timmay To AIG: Disclosure? We Don’t Need No Steenkin’ Disclosure

January 7th, 2010 · 1 Comment · Timmay

In a disclosure that probably surprises absolutely no one,  there’s been some emails unearthed that show that the Federal Reserve Bank of New York – under Tim Geithner at the time – didn’t want it revealed that the bankrupt insurer was paying some of our favorite too-big-to-fail financial institutions full value for their swaps, you […]

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