Timothy Geithner, maligned as a Treasury Secretary who is too close to the Wall Street interests he's supposed to keep in check, is clearly trying to change that image.

In a series of comments made in the last 24 hours, Geithner has spun positive economic projections with condemnations of bankers.

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