Archive for ‘Barney Frank’

May 20, 2009

I guess Barney Frank is used to looking aft

by Smitty (h/t HuffPo)

I think that Barney Frank is as credible on ACORN as Nancy Pelosi is on waterboarding.
Lou Dobbs is the most credible voice in the dialogue. Michelle Bachman comes in second, and Frank could be replaced with a chamber pot.
Yes, money was given to ACORN during the Bush administration. Of what possible use is the repetitious charge that Bush gave ACORN money? Are we supposed to pretend that Congress had no oversight, and didn’t know, dime for dime, what went where? Way to avoid an intelligent look at the present, where ACORN actively undermines confidence in the electoral system, Frank.
How the country will rejoice when people like Frank are no longer in office. The day cannot come soon enough.

April 10, 2009

‘This is great news for everyone . . . ‘

“. . . except Barney Frank, who’s always secretly wondered what it would be like to be taken by a Somali pirate.”

April 8, 2009

Mass. 4: Please Do Not Send This One Back

by Smitty (Hat Tip: Insty)

An intrepid student <a href="http://www.realclearpolitics.com/video/2009/04/07/harvard_student_takes_on_barney_frank_over_economy.html
“>asks something that would, in a reflective man, have produced a reasoned, thoughtful response:

“How much responsibility, if any, do you have for the financial crisis?”

Mr. Frank, you utterly refuse to consider the question at face value. Your behavior here is a sorry piece of work, a disgrace to your state, and your country.
Recommendation: retirement.

March 7, 2009

‘Unfortunately, he’s a Democrat from Massachusetts . . .’

“. . . If killing a woman isn’t a career ender there, I doubt helping to lay down the bedrock of the financial collapse of America would be enough.”

October 7, 2008

Barney Frank calls you a racist

Yes, you there, the one who thinks it’s a bad idea to pressure banks to make risky mortgages in the pursuit of “social justice.”

Let’s bring some evidence to bear on this issue:

All of these journalists and economists who say that Barney Frank, Jamie Gorelick, Franklin Raines, Jim Johnson and the Community Reinvestment Act helped cause the mortgage meltdown, they’re just racists, see? And if you don’t agree, what does that make you?