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Barney Frank re-elected!

Discussion in 'Political Rants' started by just play, Nov 3, 2010.

    Nov 3, 2010
  1. just play

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  3. just play

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    OMG...you all should hear the people on facebook bitching about him getting re-elected!!! Troubled people out there.


    We also get to keep Deval Patrick. :puke:
     
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  5. bryand

    bryand Beach Bum PABnonaccred mm1

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    Aside from the work Frank has done on internet gambling, he has been a useless, lying and inept politician. His involvement in, and then misleading the public about, the Fannie/Freddie debacle is legendary. Personally I'd rather have a healthy economy than be able to gamble on the internet.
     
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  7. just play

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    Then I don't understand why he was like 89%????
     
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  9. bryand

    bryand Beach Bum PABnonaccred mm1

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    He won this election with only 54% - a very low margin for a heavily democratic state, IMO.

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  11. slotplayer

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    that's only a sound byte from Bill O'Reilly and Foxnews. Apparently the voters didn't buy it or he would have been ousted.

    I'm pretty sure it was legislature drafted by Phil Gramm that caused all the problems.
     
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  13. bryand

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    I work in the securitization/foreclosure field and don't need to use sound bites from anyone. Do you not understand Barney Frank's involvement in the subprime meltdown?
     
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  15. just play

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    Yes, I agree...but what are we to do if people think it's ok for the government to tell us what to do with our money? What will the government tell us we can't do next?
     
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  17. P.V.

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    If Frank doesn't make a move during the lame duck session, U.S. online gambling legalization will be years away.

    Although, I've always thought it should be a state by state issue personally and this could still happen over time. State's need the money. ;)
     
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  19. slotplayer

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    not other than him covering it up but I'm open to any info you care to share.
    I don't think from a purely idelogical standpoint and have no loyalty to one party or another.
     

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