The Daily Show recently ran a hilarious segment on Tim Geithner's protracted attempts to sell his Larchmont home. Last we heard, Geithner's home was listed at $1.6 million. Turns out that price was just a tad high.
Is it a bit ironic that the one of the people charged with fixing the housing crisis can't sell his own home? The Daily Show's John Oliver put it this way: "How can the American people trust the policies of a man who can't sell his house? Isn't this like hiring a personal trainer that's morbidly obese?"