-- James Pethokoukis is a Reuters columnist. The views expressed are his own By James Pethokoukis WASHINGTON, Nov 23 (Reuters) - One residual from Timothy Geithner's rough confirmation back in January -- "Turbo Tax Tim" and all that -- is that his political position is probably a bit more precarious than that of the typical newbie treasury secretary. Not only has Geithner been a frequent target of late-night comedy shows, he's the public face of the unpopular bank and automaker ...
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