Posts Tagged ‘barney frank’

What makes the socialists think they can do town meetings and try to hustle their constituents? The Democrats lied to get ObamaCare passed, and the people know it. Like the rest of his team, Ciro is dedicated to the divide and conquer approach to politics. He was the sponsor of the Hispanic Health Improvement Act, […]

Why are Democrats so excited about the new, 2000 page, financial reform bill? “It’s a great moment. I’m proud to have been here.” What are the changes that make them so confident that the measure will make a stronger financial system? Chris Dodd explains. No one will know until this is actually in place how […]

Barney misspeak? Or is he being taken out of context? I can’t say why, but listening to Barney speak always reminds me of the Motorcycle Song.

Senator Jim Webb, a Democrat from Virginia, gets it right. In many ways the campaign in Massachusetts became a referendum not only on health care reform but also on the openness and integrity of our government process. It is vital that we restore the respect of the American people in our system of government and […]

Democrats lack self esteem. From a psychological point of view, it makes sense for them to lack it, as low self-esteem is the characteristic they seem most eager to see in others. Sen. Charles E. Schumer, New York Democrat, and Rep. Barney Frank, Massachusetts Democrat, have plans to ram through legislation that will produce universal […]

Honest Barney


You’ve got to love the honesty  of Barney Frank – very different from the usual lefties, who get ahead by hiding the endgame. In a debate with Ralph Nader, he admits the true motives of the Dems. Did you hear that? They want to increase government regulation of everything. More from Barney & Ralph.  

Like Ryan


Why can’t more Republicans, especially leadership, present in a manner as straightforward and honest as does Wisconsin Congressman Paul Ryan. Listen to him fend off Barney Frank on health care. Notice how Barney’s criticism is not about the content of Ryan’s proposal, but rather, on who is making the proposal. Read Ryan’s description of how […]