How are all those CHANGE posters looking now?
But Summers, a leading architect of the administration’s economic policies and response to the global recession, appears to have collected the most income. Financial institutions including JP Morgan, Citigroup, Goldman Sachs, Lehman Brothers and Merrill Lynch paid Summers for speaking appearances in 2008. Fees ranged from $45,000 for a Nov. 12 Merrill Lynch appearance to $135,000 for an April 16 visit to Goldman Sachs, according to his disclosure form.
-- via Summers Raked in Speaking Fees from Wall Street.
Howie P.S.: I'm a big Matt Taibbi fan, but when looking @ American politics I'm not sure it's useful to think in terms of a "honeymoon."