Even Barney Frank Is Vulnerable

Among the vilest of our moonbat rulers is Massachusetts Rep. Barney Frank, who is up to his neck in the ongoing Fanny/Freddy scandal that continues to wreak havoc on the economy, who played a key roll in the recent financial overhaul power grab, and whose male sex partner once ran a homosexual prostitution service out of Frank’s apartment. As Chairman of the House Financial Services Committee, Frank is as powerful as he is repulsive. Not long ago, it seemed nothing could dislodge him, so reliably liberal are Massachusetts voters. But after two years of Obama, the game is changing.

The 14-term incumbent Frank is only 10 points ahead of Republican Sean Bielat, whom 43% of the voters have never even heard of. The impeached degenerate whom Democrats regard as their heaviest hitter, Bill Clinton, has taken time to campaign for Frank, a sure indication that Dems are worried.

Fwank’s challenger sounds like a class A candidate:

Bielat is 35 years old, a Marine who spent four years on active duty and is now a major in the Reserve. He’s a graduate of Georgetown University with a master’s from Harvard and an MBA from Wharton. He’s devoted a good portion of his professional life to manufacturing the high-tech robots that defuse improvised explosive devices in Iraq and Afghanistan. In other words, he’s a serious man.

Possibly because of his experience with bombs, Bielat is ready to grasp the nettle and address the runaway entitlement spending that keeps ticking away, ready to unleash total devastation on the economy when it inevitably explodes.

Of course, Frank has vastly more money. But even this race is competitive if Bielat can raise enough funds to get his face in front of enraged voters.

There’s no need for conservatives to cut their own wrists by supporting allegedly more electable RINOs. As the disastrous farce of Hope & Change collapses, hardly any conservatives are unelectable anywhere.

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Imagine replacing Bonnie Fwank with a patriot like Sean Bielat.

On a tip from G. Fox. Cross-posted at Moonbattery.

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