Monday, October 10, 2005

Bush close to naming Greenspan successor
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Bush wants to pick a replacement for retiring Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan as soon as possible, the White House said Friday.

Spokesman Scott McClellan said Bush was actively searching for the next Fed chairman. Greenspan's 18-year run on the Federal Reserve is expected to end on Jan. 31.


At 5:29 PM, Blogger Maine Man said...

Hey, maybe if we're lucky Bush'll screw us like he did with the most recent Supreme Court nominee!

At 11:45 AM, Blogger Tyler said...

What's the matter, Maine Man? Don't you believe?

It'll be interesting to see what happens. A Fed Chair can't do much to auickly improve an economy - but he can quickly screw it up.

WHat do you look for?


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