Skip to comments.More on the Boston Globe:"The man out to topple Barney Frank"
Posted on 09/10/2010 9:34:58 AM PDT by jazzpatriot
A fervent supporter of Earl Sholleys Primary opponent, Sean Bielat, who blogs on behalf of Bielat using the screen name, demolisher, posted a thread at a Massachusetts progressive-republican website, Red Mass Group, entitled "Outstanding Jacoby article on Sean Bielat". The Boston Globe article which was essentially a puff piece by Jeff Jacoby on Bielat entitled "The man out to topple Barney Frank" was seen as an endorsement of Bielat in the Sholley camp by the influential conservative journalist and his ultra liberal Globe editors just days before the two candidates run in the Republican primary on Tuesday.Demolisher conveniently overlooked the fact that the liberal Democrats and big time Barney Frank supporters at the Globe would not allow an article to be published like that unless they wanted Bielat to be the one to face Barney Frank. Why else would they do that? If they thought his opponent Sholley was as unelectable, as demolisher and other Bielat supporters have been preaching ad nauseum during the campaign, they would have encouraged Jacoby to support him instead.
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Frank really should be one of those voted out - with no real opponent, too bad. Even the worse of opponents might win these days.
As if Bawney hasn’t been toppled by men before...
Just be careful where you put your hands when commencing to topple!
It could’ve said “The Man Out To Get On Top Of Barney Frank”!!
“topple” and Barney Frank in the same sentence is creepy.
There is plenty of ammo out there to use against Barney if the GOP has the guts & money to use it. A compilation of his comments on Fannie Mae & Freddie Mac & then his comments about the debacle available on YouTube played over & over & over on radio & television should do it.
Unfortunately, there’s a “Moonbat Majority” of voters in the Fourth Congressional District of Massachusetts. In fact, there’s a “Moonbat Majority” of voters throughout, almost, all of Massachusetts! I will be very, very surprised, if Massachusetts general politics moves right politically, after January 2011.
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