Wednesday, Sept 22, 2010 Headlines, we have headlines….
I’ve always wanted to type this, and now I can:
If he chooses to go forward with the mayoral race, Emanuel intends to be sensitive to the fact that his dual role could create the appearance of using his government office to his personal advantage, say two people familiar with internal deliberations.
The aide says Emanuel will not make a decision about whether or not to run this week, but was otherwise vague about when the decision would be made – or exactly when he might step down.
Again, the 3 anonymous Horsemen of the Impending Electionypse were quoted:
…. according to three people familiar with the matter.
His departure would leave Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner as the only member of President Barack Obama’s original top-tier economic team. Summers, 55, and the president have discussed his future plans, according to one person.
Administration officials are weighing whether to put a prominent corporate executive in the NEC director’s job to counter criticism that the administration is anti-business, one person familiar with White House discussions said. White House aides are also eager to name a woman to serve in a high-level position, two people said. They also are concerned about finding someone with Summers’ experience and stature, one person said.
Dear White House.
About that token genderism thing.
We are not fooled by how the present is wrapped if we’re still finding it still doesn’t fit.
So that’s Peter Orszag, Christina Romer, Larry Summers, and perhaps Rrrrahmbo Anonymous gone. That leaves Timmy Geithner. Who now has to look at Elizabeth Warren.