Could it be time to vote this man out of office?
Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) announced Wednesday his plans to introduce a vote of no confidence in Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner.
Paul’s announcement highlights growing consensus on the Republican side of the aisle that Geithner deserves some punishment for the downgrade of the U.S. credit rating from AAA to AA+ by the firm Standard & Poor’s on Friday.
In many ways the idea of a man in charge of the treasury that has likely presided over the worst administration of the US economy since 1929, is an idea that may be time for action, in many ways, the problems we have faced are serious and we need to find a solution to these problems.
It is obvious that the plan of hope and of change has not worked…
It is obvious that the time for action is now…
We need to go back to the congress and pass a bill that addresses the problems we have or this is just the beginning of what will happen next.
It is time for Geithner to go, in fact he has indicated, (allegedly) that he wants to go, so why not let him go, its time man do the right thing.
“The stock market gave a vote of no confidence to Timothy Geithner yesterday and for the past 11 days. Geithner has shown no acumen in predicting, diagnosing, or treating America’s economic woes. The time has come for him to resign,” Paul said in a statement released Wednesday.