From the Merriam-Webster Dictionary:
Main Entry: in•def•i•nite
Pronunciation: \(ˌ)in-ˈdef-nət, -ˈde-fə-\
Etymology:Latin indefinitus, from in- + definitus definite
: not definite: as
a: typically designating an unidentified, generic, or unfamiliar person or thing
b: not precise : VAGUE
c: having no exact limits
Main Entry: per•ma•nent
Etymology: Middle English, from Anglo-French parmanant, from Latin permanent-, permanens, present participle of permanēre to endure, from per- throughout + manēre to remain — more atPER-, MANSION
Date: 15th century
: continuing or enduring without fundamental or marked change
So Treasury Secretary Tim ‘Tax Cheat’ Geithner says that the Treasury takeover of the financial sector is not exactly permanent, but does not have a real exit strategy to put the businesses back in the hands of the free market.
Imagine that. A government program being solidified into a NEVER ENDING structure. Shades of FDR.
The revolution is at hand. Will you be a leader or a follower?