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Barney Frank in danger of losing his seat?

In light of Barney dispatching his boy-toy to heckle his GOP opponent Sean Bielat, and in light of thisdare I to hope?

Longtime Massachusetts Rep. Barney Frank has given his re-election campaign $200,000 as he faces his toughest race in years.

A campaign finance report filed Tuesday showed that Frank, the chairman of the powerful House Financial Services committee, lent himself the money Tuesday…

A longtime public servant, Frank isn’t exactly a rich man. Financial disclosures filed with the House show he has assets between $560,000 and $1.5 million. He is not required to disclose the worth of his primary residence.

Frank’s district is heavily Democrat, otherwise there’s no way in Hell this reprobate would have been continually sent back to Congress, especially after his boyfriend ran a prostitution ring out of his DC home.  That said, Scott Brown did win the D.C. Madam’s district back in January in the Senate special election.  Fingers crossed!

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October 20, 2010 - Posted by | Barney Frank, Massachusetts

5 Comments »

  1. Loved the headline…..Freudian slip?

    Comment by Kanaka Girl | October 20, 2010

  2. Despite the bullets that he is likely sweating, if he pulls this off and wins yet again, I predict that he will almost immediately FORGET that he actually had to fight for his seat and return right back to running socialism through with a silver shovel…just sayin’.

    Comment by Kevin | October 20, 2010

  3. NOT a Freudian slip, but I’ll take credit for it! 😆

    Comment by crushliberalism | October 20, 2010

  4. I have often wondered how much Barney pays that boyfriend to stick around. It has to be money, Lord knows it isn’t good looks, charm or smooth talk, Barney damn sure doesn’t have any of those qualities.

    Comment by Lee | October 20, 2010

  5. Hey, who knows what is the driving force behind (oops, no pun intended) …where was I? Oh…who knows what makes him tick..

    Comment by Kevin | October 20, 2010


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