The question period has ended and we posed the top questions to Treasury Secretary Geithner for our 9th installment of Digg Dialogg. The Wall Street Journal's Deputy Managing Editor, Alan Murray, posed the top questions from the Digg Community below!
Top 5 Questions:
Why has the federal reserve bank never been audited? (+1133 diggs, submitted by Borez)
Goldman Sachs is a large, profit seeking company which you were/are a part of. Isn't it a conflict of interest to funnel tax dollars into this private company using your new power as Secretary of the Treasury, keeping in mind that you and your old buddies benefit monetarily? Maybe I'm mistaken, but isn't this a textbook example of political corruption? (+729 diggs, submitted by larryjr88)
What is your position on Ron Paul's House Resolution 1207? (Which as of the writing of this question has 282 cosponsors.) http://www.auditthefed.com/ (+713 diggs, submitted by Motobike_man)
You failed to pay some of your federal taxes in 2001. And in 2002. And in 2003. And in 2004. Please explain. (+690 diggs, submitted by zwendkos)
How do you feel about the revolving door between high job positions in the treasury and Goldman Sachs? (+581 diggs, submitted by keythb)