Logistics Monster has the story and the video alert of Michelle Bachmann regarding Barney Frank’s Financial Services Regulation bill, which allows ACORN to have an oversight role… 😮
Which caused me to write this out-of state letter to the Editor of the Boston Globe:
I have a request for the great people of Massachusetts: do not send Barney Frank back to the House of Representatives. Representative Frank has participated in bringing financial disaster upon America. A 2008 Boston Globe article noted, “Barney Frank’s fingerprints are all over the financial crisis: mortgage lenders didn’t wake up one day deciding to junk long-held standards of creditworthiness in order to make ill-advised loans to unqualified borrowers.”
Mr. Frank’s involvement in ‘financial oversight’ is a risk America can’t afford. According to The Hill (12/9/09) Frank’s financial services regulatory reform bill allows ACORN a role in oversight of the financial services industry.
Mr. Frank’s sole allegiance to the goals of the now socialist-democratic party threatens to undermine our liberties. Despite taking an oath to uphold the Constitution, Mr. Frank’s solution to everything is to take individual liberty away by offering ‘more government’ as the solution. This includes the backing of unconstitutional health care ‘reform’, giving taxpayer’s money to the banking industry and illegal immigrants, and taxing Americans for ‘cap and trade’, energy, and carbon dioxide (what we exhale). Frank’s activities exceed Congress’ constitutional authority.
Whoever challenges Mr. Frank is guaranteed to receive financial support from around the country. Millions of concerned American citizens want to see Mr. Frank out of office in 2010.
Great citizens of Massachusetts, from whom liberty sprang in this country, please return to our Country statesmen or stateswomen, not Barney Frank.
I got the ‘auto-reply’ of course…and this is an out-of-state letter, but it was fun getting this on the record. Does he have that much power in Massachusetts?