Is Tim Geithner the most politically partisan treasury secretary in history? Certainly sounds like it these days. As the governments chief financial officer, hes spending a lot of time firing campaign barbs at various Republicans and their policies. Geithner has blasted Mitt Romney by name on several occasions. He frequently attacks Representative Paul Ryan and the GOP budget. And he recently fired a broadside at top-Romney economist Glenn Hubbard, who is presently dean of the Colombia Business School. Responding to a Hubbard op-ed in the Wall Street Journal -- which calculated that the presidents spending plans would require an 11 percent tax increase on people earning less than $200,000 a year -- Geithner said, Thats a completely made-up, remarkably hackish observation for an economist. Hubbard a hack? Besides running a highly respected Ivy League business school, he was the chairman of President George W. Bushs council of economic advisors. He also earned his Ph.D. in economics from Harvard. Geithner Goes Over the Edge - Larry Kudlow - Townhall Finance Conservative Columnists and Financial Commentary - Page 1 I suggest you take the rest of it in. Hubbard does the math and Geithner does not like the outcome...so, in typical Obama fashion, he attacks the messenger. I think the GOP should hammer him and others, including Corazine, as hard as they hammer Obama. This administration has done nothing to help America and is a bunch of whinny assed weasels when it comes to answering for their failures. What happened to 8% unemployment....Blame Boooosh. What about...does not matter....Blame Booooosh. It make you real confident to know that we have such a great group of jerkwads in D.C.. I am worried that if a boatload of 200 grandmothers from Spain rowed up the Patomic and attacked the W.H....we'd surrender. And then they'd spend the next 10 years blaming each other.