Barney Frank promises even more Socialism.
The Election is still ten days away, and Representative Barney Frank, the individual who is most directly responsible for the Fannie Mae debacle that has so damaged our economy, has promised even more socialism, no matter the cost, to the economy, the nation, and the world.
Rep. Barney Frank (D-Mass.) said Democrats will push for a stimulus package after the November election, and called for a package reducing defense spending by 25 percent while saying Congress will "eventually" raise taxes.
Frank told the editorial board of the SouthCoast Standard-Times that he wanted to reduce defense spending by a quarter, meaning the United States would have to withdraw from Iraq sooner.
Allow me to translate. The stimulus package version one, did nothing for the economy. That stimulus package one didn't work, well, let's go with the same non effectual answer again. That we'll use it to snatch defeat from the jaws of victory regarding the war on Terror in Iraq, well, that's too bad.
Representative Frank, no matter who is elected, this package, which is used as an excuse to lose a war we've come so far in winning, demonstrates that you are not trustworthy in any way, shape, or form. You've lied to the American people far too often.
As anyone who's read that post, and watched the damning video it has knows, you personally lied to the Nation about the situation at Fannie Mae. There is no excuse for that behavior.
You've demonstrated that no matter what, the knee jerk response for a Liberal is always the same, more Socialism. No matter how disastrous it is for the nation, or in this case the world.
If you had a shred of honor, or integrity, you would have resigned from Congress in shame long before now. If the Democrats had any sense of truth, or honor, they would have demanded that you resign at least from the Party. Your continued presence demonstrates what we've all known for too long. Neither you, nor the Democrats, understand what honor is. Neither you, nor the Democrats, is willing to accept responsibility for your actions.