The lack of appointments to key jobs created by the Dodd-Frank Act makes you wonder what the Obama administration is thinking, and more specifically how much power Tim Geithner is amassing.

Just after regulatory reform was signed into law on July 21, the Treasury secretary made a big deal of pledging to goose the regulatory process and nudged bankers to follow suit.

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