Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Is Barney Frank Going Down?

It's one of those questions bloggers fear to pose.   But it is very possible that the Dems queen of the lisping interruption will find himself upside down in the polls come November 2nd.  And who may be on top, towering over the angry, flabby Boston bean?  None other than Sean Bielat, a former US servicemen (Marine Corps) who now works in a plant that manufactures military bomb disposal equipment.

It is the big government attitude of Frank that rankles the most. That, and his willingness to spend untold billions of government money with nary a thought about it. Such recklessness has crippled the nation's economy. His carefree attitude toward spending away what was hard earned by the people was brought to relief in his recent comments regarding another government cash infusion blow-out for the economically destitute city of Detroit:
"There's no downside to trying." Barney Frank, above, in a CNBC "Closing Bell" interview October 20 tells Maria Bartiromo "I think there are a lot of rich people out there whom we can tax at a point down the road and recover some of this money."
No downside to trying... what a twit. Sissy Willis has the low down, as does that Stacy McCain character.


  1. Horrible. The man is horrible. If he could be gone it would be the best thing for gays. I might decide things aren't that awful.

  2. If he goes down, I think we should all break out the champagne. It's not just the recklessness, it's the arrogance with which he has perpetrated the scandalous raping of the economy.

    I would like to be liberated from Nancy Pelosi/Ysma as well.

  3. might want to rephrase the question in your title considering Mr. Fwank's choice of 'lifestyle'.

  4. Are you talking about the basement apartment he used to let out?