Skip to comments.Bye Bye Barney
Posted on 11/28/2011 11:24:43 AM PST by CaroleL
In January of 2010, then-Senators Christopher Dodd (D-Connecticut) and Byron Dorgan (D-North Dakota) announced they would not be seeking re-election that year. The New York Times reported on the sudden retirements saying they "signaled that President Obama is facing a perilous political environment that could hold major implications for this year's midterm elections and his own agenda." We now refer to those major implications as what Mr. Obama himself called the "shellacking" of his party in those elections. Does today's announcement that 16-term Congressman Barney Frank (D-Massachusetts) will not seek re-election send a similar signal about 2012?
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Buh bye perv.
Hopefully, we’ll still be able to find Barney after the economy collapses, though. Just for comment mind you.
This means that if the Dems ever take the majority again you’ll have Maxine Waters as the Chairman of the Financial Services Committee.
Now THERE’S something that should scare everyone straight about voting Dem!
Awesome job, Tea party.
Don’t let the door hit you in the... in the...
Oh never mind. You’d like it, no doubt.
We know he had his fingerprints all over Freddie's Fanny, but his private pecadillos during three decades in Congress will definitely burst out and start hitting the fan.
There’s a game on the market where you toss a bean bag type sack filled with corn through an entrance cut out in the plywood to score points—it’s called corn hole. Bwaney will probably be their lobbyist, God knows he certainly has the expierence.