Alan Greenspan is the man!

It's no surprise that President George W. Bush has asked Alan Greenspan to re-enlist for a fifth four-year term as chairman of the Federal Reserve, this article says, especially since Bush pledged to do so one year ago. Comparing Greenspan to four other chairmen who served at least seven years - based on changes in the interest rate, the performance of the stock market and the level of interest rates - "Greenspan is the man," it says.

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