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Barney Frank and boyfriend Herb Moses, executive at Fanne Mae, are just the tip of the iceberg of a larger underlying problem.

From this article we learn that Representative Barney Frank, (D-Mass.) who is a homosexual (the term “Gay” is subversion to make the behavior palletable to the rest of us) had a boyfriend who worked at Fannie Mae. If his boyfriend, Herb Moses, worked in the mail-room that relationship might be overlooked, but Frank’s boyfriend was Director of Housing Initiatives at Fannie Mae from 1991 to 1998, when Frank was on the House Banking Committee, which had jurisdiction over Fannie Mae.

The article states

Both Frank and Moses assured the Wall Street Journal in 1992 that they took pains to avoid any conflicts of interest. Critics, however, remain skeptical.

“It’s absolutely a conflict,” said Dan Gainor, vice president of the Business & Media Institute. “He was voting on Fannie Mae at a time when he was involved with a Fannie Mae executive. How is that not germane?

“If this had been his ex-wife and he was Republican, I would bet every penny I have – or at least what’s not in the stock market – that this would be considered germane,” added Gainor, a T. Boone Pickens Fellow. “But everybody wants to avoid it because he’s gay. It’s the quintessential double standard.”

Now, we have a lot of things to be angry about. If you’re fuming and can’t think straight right now, I’ll highlight them for you, since I’ve had a little time to stop the bleeding from my eyeballs.

  1. There is Barney Frank himself just because he is the way he is.
  2. There is his behavior while he is being himself.
  3. There is his lack of scruples and ethics (covered that, I know), engaging in questionable behavior with the head of a government body he and his committee preside over.
  4. There is the media, all too willing to give Democrats a pass while those Democrats screw heads of Fannie Mae and by extension, the rest of us.

For those who are now regaining their normal blood pressure and the tunnel vision fades away, you might have a few questions.   Some of them might even be among the following list.

  1. Does anyone see a problem with our media?
  2. Is the media blind?
  3. Is the media – ABC, CBS, CNN, MSNBC, NBC, New York Times, Washington Post, San Francisco Chronicle, Public Broadcasting System et. al. – so busy advancing the agenda of the Democrat Party and its socialist leaning value systems that the media in the U.S. are incapable of showing America how these socialist policies – some of which are represented by the very existance of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac – are a failure to the people and the country as a whole?
  4. Is the media in bed with the Democrat Party?
  5. Does the Democrat Party also have influence over the media just as they have over Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac?

Think about this the next time you’re waiting in line at the check-out counter at the grocery store as you ponder the cover of the National Inquirer.  Think about the pablum the media wants to feed us. Think about who is directing our (voting public) attention.

Better yet, just think.

Then go vote every one of those sons of bitches out of office this November.  If we do not do this, we deserve what we get, just as we have been getting for decades.  Send a ripple through the psyche of America in the process, too.

Just do it.

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