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Bye-bye to Barney

To listen to the “elite” media you’d think that a renowned statesman was regrettably planning to leave the political scene.
As Jason Mattera of Human Events has noted, “After his announcement that he won’t seek reelection, the Washington Post heralded the disheveled congressman Barney Frank as leaving a ‘legacy that crosses from legislative cornerstones to political confrontations to a historic place as the nation’s most prominent gay lawmaker.’”
Paul Kane of the Post continued to slobber: “On the left, Frank was a hero both for his effort to rein in the nation’s largest banks and for ...


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