Why Barney Frank Quit

On November 28, 2011, after 16 terms and 30 years in the U.S. House of Representatives, Massachusetts Democrat Congressman Barney Frank shocked everyone when he announced he’s retiring and won’t be seeking reelection next year.
One of the ten most corrupt politicians of 2009, Frank long served and chaired the House’s powerful Financial Services Committee that supposedly supervises Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, and financial institutions such as the bankrupt thieving MF Global.
Speculations abound as to why Miz Barney’s quitting, with most centering around the redrawing of Massachusetts’ electoral districts which will make more difficult his reelection.
Here’s the real reason!

H/t Patriot Post and my dear friend Bill O.

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8 years ago

…and how can we get the others of his ilk to throw in the towel….

8 years ago

Could there be a more corrupt (both morally and ethically) politician? That’s rhetorical of course 🙂

lowtechgrannie lowtechgrannie

Of all the individuals who’ve populated the halls of Congress, he is definitely the most repulsive.

Chris Future (@BunkerBlast)

I wonder if his replacement will be any better. Throw Them All Out, I say…

8 years ago

Hi Chris,
I’m in MA and thank goodness this boil on the butt of society (Bahney Fwank) has been lanced however, rumor around here has it that one of the **Kennedys** may be interested in running for the seat. We can’t win.
God help this moonbat state….

Mike Griffin
Mike Griffin
8 years ago

A state where people elect this kind of person over and over again deserves the hell they are in.
Those who condone his kind, will recieved the recompense they deserve.
Thoughs who still have a concious need leave that sewer.