28 Nov 2011

Barney Frank Not Seeking Reelection


An announcement was promised for later today that one of the House of Representatives’ most repulsively left-wing figures whose fingerprints are all over the national real estate disaster will not be seeking reelection next November.

It seems clear that a pile of canine excrement nominated by the democrat party could be elected to represent the south shore of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, filling the same seat once occupied by John Quincy Adams, so Barney Frank was not exactly in political trouble, but Massachusetts (like a lot of misgoverned liberal states) will be losing a House seat next go round, so the speculation is that Barney Frank is stepping aside in order to avoid a scramble over just whose district is going to be eliminated.

Watch for Barney Frank to receive some particularly prestigious or lucrative compensatory position.

4 Feedbacks on "Barney Frank Not Seeking Reelection"

t. shaw

He belongs in prison.


He belongs in the ninth circle of h*ll but I would grudgingly settle for prison.

Lazarus Long

What are the chances that we could redistrict Vermont so that its seat at the trough was gone? After that, maybe a senator or two.

No Man

I guess the Civil War proved states can’t secede.

Did the Civil War provide precedence that Vermont can’t be ceded to . . . say, Zimbabwe?


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