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Tim Adams is Managing Director of The Lindsey Group. Previously, Mr. Adams served as Under Secretary of Treasury for International Affairs. As Under Secretary, Mr. Adams was the Administration’s point person on international financial issues, including exchange rate policy, G-7 meetings, and IMF and World Bank issues. He regularly interacted with counterparts in key emerging markets including China, India, and Brazil and traveled extensively throughout Asia, the Middle East, and Europe.
Prior to assuming his post as Under Secretary, Mr. Adams had served as Chief of Staff to both Treasury Secretary Paul O’Neill and Treasury Secretary John Snow. He was Policy Director for the Bush-Cheney re-election campaign from November 2003 through the end of 2004 and also served as a full time member of the Bush-Cheney campaign staff in Austin in the 2000 campaign. Mr. Adams also served in the White House under the first President Bush at the Office of Policy Development.
In 1993, Mr. Adams co-founded the G-7 Group, a Washington-based advisory firm. He later headed their Washington operation as Managing Director.
Mr. Adams holds a B.S. in Finance and a Masters in Public Administration and an M.A. in International Relations from the University of Kentucky.
The lack of initiative among policymakers has caused some experts to question the quality of leadership on Capitol Hill. Tim Adams, a former Treasury official under the Bush administration who is now managing director of the Lindsey Group, an economic consulting firm, said the current financial crisis should be the country’s “call to arms to get our fiscal house in order.” To do it, though, the country needs strong leadership, “and right now we don’t have it.”
Adams of the Lindsey Group suggested the crisis has something to do with all Americans — eager consumers who bought things they didn’t need to fill houses they couldn’t afford.
“Maybe,” he said, “this is a period when we reconnect with what’s real in life.”
Originally posted by mnemeth1
Why would the framers of the constitution include a clause that said the president had to be natural born if they didn't expect any president to actually have to demonstrate this?
Originally posted by anon72
A college professor
US Treasury's Adams resigns for family reasons
Friday, February 2, 2007; 9:11 AM
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Treasury Undersecretary for International Affairs Tim Adams said on Friday he was resigning to spend more time with his wife and children.
"My responsibilities to my spouse and three young children are simply incompatible with the demands of continued service in the Administration, and I refuse to give anything but my best as I endeavor to make a difference in public service," Adams said.
Adams said in a resignation letter to President Bush that was released by the Treasury that he would stay in the job long enough to allow a smooth transition for his successor.
Originally posted by chaosinorder
Wow . Government propaganda through internet is real. Now i believe. Just Wow at some people's arguments.
Originally posted by theregonnakillme
Taking all this into consideration and the strange activities in the Gulf of Aden, maybe he is a Reptilian overlord.
Originally posted by Lemon.Fresh
Reply to post by anon72
Is it not strange that this, being a conspiracy site, has so many people unwilling to look into a possible conspiracy?
Denying ignorance does not entail bashing, flaming, trolling, etc. Denying ignorance does not mean we ignore sources because we do not agree with them. Hell, any new angle should be investigated, no matter what the source. That is denying ignorance.
If your research leads you down a path, back it with facts, not politics, put downs, and flaming.
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Originally posted by InvisibleAlbatross
reply to post by GrampsLEn
KJG is helping to keep the site honest. I disagree with him on many topcis, but on this one he (?) is doing the right thing--denying ignorance. Think about it: only WND comes up with this garbage. Not one real media source talks about this; does that not make you wonder? Is WND the only honest media outlet in the world or is it one of the worst lying sources?
I asked in another thread, and I will ask again: what purpose would installing a Kenyan and/or a Muslim in power serve? Did Kenya trick us all? If so, should Obama not be doing things to help Kenya? I don't see that happening?
If he is a Muslim, should he not be helping Muslims? I don't see that happening. The wars are ongoing, drone strikes in Pakistan are increasing. His "fellow Muslims" must be pretty mad at him.
I fully believe Obama is a puppet. But it makes absolutely no sense whatsoever for him to be a foreigner. Do you think the Illuminatti/NWO/TC/CFR?Bilderbergers/reptilians would really be so stupid as to install an illegitimate candidate?
Originally posted by GrampsLEn
reply to post by K J Gunderson
Gundy why are you even here?
Are you just a troll?
Go read your New York Times and leave us alone.
Or maybe kick the dog and make the wife miserable.
You might have a knack for that.
Originally posted by yuefo
As for the birth announcement in the newspaper--those are generated by the health department and forwarded to the media. In Obama's case, it proves nothing.