Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner said the U.S. bank rescue program may cost more than the $700 billion Congress approved, and he pledged to crack down on companies and individuals who try to avoid paying taxes.
You mean those who try to avoid paying taxes like . . . Tim Geithner?
UPDATE: Of course. Readers note that Geithner pledged to crack down on tax cheats before a committee chaired by . . . tax cheat Charlie Rangel.