Barney Frank Quits

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POLITICO Breaking News

Massachusetts Rep. Barney Frank, the ranking member of the House Financial Services Committee, will not seek reelection in 2012, his office has confirmed. Frank is a 16-term Democrat who last year helped pass the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act.
Frank’s spokesman, Harry Gural, said in a statement that Frank will hold a conference at 1 p.m. at Newton City Hall in Newton, Mass., to “formally announce and answer questions about his decision not to run for reelelection in 2012.”
Gural said neither the congressman nor his staff will answer questions before the afternoon press conference.
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8 responses to “Barney Frank Quits

  1. You can run but you can’t hide,you sewer rat.

  2. I’m wondering if Barney knows he’s in danger of indictment, and cut a deal to resign instead. Is that a plausible explanation?

  3. I say throw his crooked, fat ass under the prison, I don’t care what kind of deal he may have cut.
    This cretin bears the brunt of the blame for the downturn in the world economy, and deserves whatever happens to him.
    What he doesn’t deserve is to get off scott free and retire with a big, fat, cushy pension at taxpayer’s expense.

  4. This fat gayt needs jail time, butt it might be like club med to him with all the B boys there.

  5. Too bad, so sad.

  6. Indictments would come down from the DOJ and if you think Holder is going to indict Frank, I have some oceanfront property in Arizona I want to sell you.


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