The New York Times has a lengthy article on the history of Geithner.
One year and two administrations into the bailout, Mr. Geithner is perhaps the single person most identified with the enormous checks the government has written.
The article lists as Geithner's associates and friends an insider who's who of culprits who made the financial sector mess in the first place:
Geithner even lobbied to reduce capital requirements of banks.
His new staff members?
Mr. Geithner has also recruited aides from Wall Street, some from firms that were at the heart of the crisis. For instance, his chief of staff, Mark A. Patterson, is a former lobbyist for Goldman Sachs, and one of his top counselors is Lewis S. Alexander, a former chief economist at Citigroup.
I suggest reading the entire article. The Times not only published Geithner's meeting schedule from his tenure at the New York Federal Reserve, but created a host of other multimedia presentations.
After reading it I decided Citigroup and Goldman Sachs are not only running the government, but are being given Carte blanche to rob the taxpayer blind. Say what you will but so far the policies bear this perception out.