Richmond Federal Reserve Bank President Jeffrey Lacker raised strenuous objections to both the Fed's asset purchases and its communications strategy Tuesday, while suggesting that the central bank's credit policy is "adrift."

What's more, the Fed is not abiding by its own accord with the U.S. Treasury, inked in March 2009, designed to limit "credit allocation" by the Fed and insulate it from involvement in "fiscal" matters.

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