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Fire Signs in the US Government

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· President Obama (Aug. 4th)

· Influential administration cabinet members:

o Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel (Nov. 29th)

o Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano (Nov. 29th)

o Secretary of the Treasury tiffany co Timothy Geithner (Aug. 18th)

o Director of the Office of Management and Budget Peter Orszag (Dec. 16th)

· Director of the National Economic Council Larry Summers (Nov. 30th)

· Chairman of the Federal links of london Reserve Ben Bernanke (Dec. 13th)

· Influential Members of Congress:

o Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (March 26th)

o Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (Dec. 2nd)

I am not sure what this means to the country. But too many people of fire signs in control of the country may not be a good thing. Fire signs are interested in and good at power grabbing. But they are better executors than thinkers.

Oh actually, the Obama prom dresses administration belongs to the executive branch. So it may be OK to have so many fire signs in it as long as there are not so many fire signs in the legislative branch which is US Congress.

The only one position that is up for discussion is the Chairman of the Federal Reserve. If decisions by the Federal Reserve are made by the chairman only, then the Chairman of evening dresses the Federal Reserve should better be someone of an air sign. If decisions by the Federal Reserve are made collectively by the Federal Reserve and the Chairman of the Federal Reserve is only in a managing position, the Chairman of the Federal Reserve should better not be one of an air sign. Air signs are good at thinking, not good at managing.

By the way, Henry Paulson (March 28th), a former government official who was very influential, also belongs to a fire sign.

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