to withhold details from the public about the bailed-out insurer’s payments to banks during the depths of the financial crisis, e-mails between the company and its regulator show.
Yes, indeed, there is much gnashing of teeth concerning the necessity of Geithner's outser. By all means, send Turbo Tim packing, but let's not forget the nub of the issue which is that the entire political mise en scene is deeply corrupt such that our Legislature and Executive do little but pimp for the remnants of the almost unimaginably depraved FIRE economy and the death merchants over at The Pentagon. So, while all reasonable men and women rightly insist that The Treasury should immediately be headed by someone else, that is only the first of hundreds of key government positions that should see a new face at their head.
Put more succinctly and forcefully, we need a revolution in the U.S., and we've needed one for quite some time. We desperately need a new system with a whole new set of actors possessing different values and displaying demonstrably different ideas about how we conduct ourselves. And I have news for the doubters, we are going to have it, all of it, because in the immortal words of George Bush Sr., This can not stand.