According to Tim Geithner, former president of the Frederal Bank of New York and current Secretary of the Treasury, informed Republican that President Barack Obama had told him that he wants absolute authority to increase national debt.
Kurt Nimmo of Infowars.com reports on the news story.
The former president of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York and current Treasury boss Timothy Geithner has informed Republicans that Obama wants absolute authority to increase the national debt.
Geithner’s proposal was met with derision and laughter by Republicans.
“Well, it’s outrageous,” Sen. John Cornyn (R-Texas) told Fox News when asked about Obama’s plan to personally dictate the finances of the United States. “It’s profoundly irresponsible. So that’s a crazy idea and I’m amazed that Secretary Geithner had the courage to float that yesterday.”
The idea floated by Geithner would give the president sole power to unilaterally raise the debt ceiling at any time. Congress could pass a resolution to stop the increase, but it would require a two-thirds vote of both chambers to pass and could still be vetoed by the president.
As it now stands, the so-called debt ceiling can only be increased following a vote by Congress.
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