Geithner’s redemption

Tim Geithner’s tax problems have made for an interesting sideshow. But the real question about our new Treasury secretary isn’t his foolishness (or sloppiness) in failing to pay some of his taxes until after President Obama’s folks knocked on his door. It’s whether he’ll have the juice – and moral standing – to fill his most important role: reassuring the public and the financial markets that someone in charge in Washington knows what he’s doing.img src=”http://feeds2.feedburner.com/~r/rss/money_news_economy/~4/ZqKjo4b48oA” height=”1″ width=”1″/