Will Barney Frank become a clown at children’s parties now?

Michael Savage welcomed the news that “16-term socialist Congressman” Barney Frank has decided not to seek reelection in 2012.

However, Savage isn’t buying the powerful Democrat’s official reason for resigning. He told listeners:

Barney Franks claims it’s about “redistricting,” but all of us who’ve studied the situation know it’s not about that at all.

He’s really running away from the scandal that he paid big bonuses to his friends at the bailout-sucking Fannie Mae and Freddy Mac.

Frankly, I think he retired because he was about to be either investigated or indicted.

Remember: Barney Frank was literally sleeping with a top Fannie Mae executive while he sat on the House Banking Committee. His sexuality aside: Sorry, but that’s a foul ball.

But the question is this: How do we know Barney Frank is really leaving the public eye, one way or the other? Men like him don’t just retire and disappear.

Could he be thinking about a career as a clown at children’s parties? How about becoming assistant basketball coach at Syracuse University? Or the head of the athletic department at Penn State?

Or maybe he’ll follow in Newt Gingrich’s footsteps and become a “historical consultant” to Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. Remember that?

These two men are like bookends. You may not agree with me, but I see a lot of similarities between Gingrich and Barney Frank.

Like Frank, Gingrich has lived off the pork of Washington his whole life.

Gingrich is unelectable. At least I would sleep better at night if Mitt Romney were president instead of Obama.

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3 responses to “Will Barney Frank become a clown at children’s parties now?

    John Ransom

    It’s about time that someone stood up with a bludgeon and beat back against Obama progressives who are pushing the rest of us around because they can’t think of anything better to do.

    Um, you know, since it’s been shown they have no plan to save the country and never really had one to begin with.

    Thank you Senate Republicans for fighting back.

    In an op-ed in the Washington Post, Democrat deviant Barney Frank, who has committed the worst kind violence on America through his flawed view of himself and the place he occupies in the world, railed against Senate Republicans “for refusing to consider President Barack Obama’s nominees to federal agencies” writes Politico, unless the Democrats start to trim back legislation that’s hurting the rest of the country.

    The prime GOP demand is that Congress gut Frank’s perverted bank-reform bill known as Dodd-Frank.

    Dodd-Frank can be called a lot of things, but it’s the furthest away from bank-reform that legislation can get. Dodd-Frank will accomplish a lot of things too, but few of them will be good for America.

    “Dodd-Frank has failed to please anybody, however, partly on account of the arbitrary distinctions it draws between those activities that are proper to banking and those that are not, and partly because it is already seen to be failing as a means of preventing the revival of market practices that led to the 2007-08 crisis,” said Stephen Lewis, the chief economist at Monument Securities in London in a research note according to CNBC via Yahoo Finance.

    “I think we have seen this movie before” said Ted Price, from Canada’s Office of the Financial Institutions according to the same article. “But the amazing thing is we continue to expect a different ending.”

    In the op-ed, Barney equates the principled Republican opposition to the disaster that is Dodd-Frank to a “mugging” and generally uses other rhetoric denoting violence.

    So much for the civility lesson.


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