Massachusetts Voter Joy! Defeat of Barney Frank close to Reality – YES! ‘WE’ CAN DO THIS!

Sean Bielat has now closed to
within single digits
of Rep Barney Frank (D-MA)



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From HOTAiR:

The Sean Bielat campaign has declared themselves within reach of unseating Barney Frank in Massachusetts’ 4th CD, one of the presumed safest districts for Democrats in the nation.  The poll, conducted for the campaign by OnMessage, shows Frank falling below the 50% mark despite the D+14 composition of his constituency.  Bielat comes within nine points, even though the poll shows that he still badly trails in name recognition.

From the pollster:

The ballot is very encouraging and shows Bielat at 38%, Frank at 48% and 13% undecided.

This is very encouraging because Barney Frank is an incumbent congressman who has served in Congress since 1981, has a favorable opinion slightly above 50% in a strongly Democratic district, but is now below 50% on the ballot. Frank has fallen 5 points on the ballot since July and shows that the national wave of frustration amongst the voters is even reaching the Democrat stronghold of Massachusetts 4th Congressional District.

We find more erosion of Frank’s support when we look at independent voters. In July, Frank led this critical demographic 44% to Bielat’s 37%, now, in September Frank has plunged 10 points with independents and trails with just 34% to Bielat’s 51%.

Sean Bielat has a promising chance of creating a major upset in this race. With proper funding and the ability to compete with Frank for the last four weeks of the election, Massachusetts 4 could provide the upset story of the 2010 midterm elections.

Fellow and Sister Massachusetts voters, for all our sakes, let’s retire Barney Frank before he can do further harm and stop this Massachusetts Embarrassment once and for all.

To everyone across the country, please donate to Sean’s campaign and do everything you can do to make this happen. Our future is at stake.

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50 Responses to Massachusetts Voter Joy! Defeat of Barney Frank close to Reality – YES! ‘WE’ CAN DO THIS!

  1. VotingFemale says:

    That would scare the little kiddies lol

  2. Foxwood says:

    VF, he doesn’t think or know he’s an embarrassment. They have to send out another embarrassment to rally votes for Bawrney and that would be Slick Willie. The people who voted for Clinton twice truly have no moral compass. Dittos for Bawney and his 26 or more years.

  3. Foxwood says:

    Did you catch my comments on your previous blog post? 😉

  4. VotingFemale says:

    Barney’s buddy, al-Berry

  5. VotingFemale says:

    Foxwood | October 1, 2010 at 10:48 am

    2010 State Legislatures: Forecast Worsens for Democrats
    Posted By Louis Jacobson | September 29, 2010

    When Governing last assessed the 2010 state legislative elections in July, the situation looked grim for the Democrats. The Democrats had 21 of their chambers in play, compared to just four for the Republicans — by far the most lopsided split we’ve seen in any of the past five election cycles.

    Now, a few months down the road, the Democratic outlook for the state legislatures has only worsened.

    Read more:
    Foxwood | October 1, 2010 at 11:11 am

    What this shows is that RINOs want to continue with the Progressive (Regressive) programs and allow the Dumbocraps to win. I say kick a RINOs while they are down. Make sure you get your Elephant slugs for your shot gun.

    2012 hopefuls are not showing the Tea Party candidates the money
    By Michael O’Brien and Hannah Brenton – 10/01/10 06:00 AM ET

    Senate GOP candidates backed by the Tea Party movement have received much less financial support than more established candidates from their party’s leading contenders for the White House.

    The GOP figures jockeying for a 2012 bid have largely avoided contributing from their political action committees (PACs) to Christine O’Donnell in Delaware, Rand Paul in Kentucky, Joe Miller in Alaska, Mike Lee in Utah, Ken Buck in Colorado and Sharron Angle in Nevada.

    All six won GOP contests against rivals backed by the Republican establishment, largely because of support from the Tea Party movement. O’Donnell knocked off a sitting GOP House member, while Miller and Lee bested incumbent GOP senators.

    Read more:
    VotingFemale | October 1, 2010 at 11:19 am

    Very interesting information in that article, Foxwood.

    great find! and bodes extremely bad for the socialists…

    of significance is number of states which, in the past, were liberal stongholds, such as Illinois, and now requires the DEMs to spend large sums to try to hold on to them.

    Barney Frank is also in trouble… and of course blaming the usual conservative media suspects for lying telling the truth about him.
    Foxwood | October 1, 2010 at 11:50 am

    OMG! I’m turning into a metrosexual! My glass and plateware knowledge is increasing. I bought a 3 piece Carnival glass set, sugar bowl, cream pitcher and tray for $1.50. Until I get home I’m guessing the resell value is about $50.
    Foxwood | October 1, 2010 at 11:53 am

    If I decide to get into a tickle fight… somebody shoot me!

  6. VotingFemale says:

    Foxwood | October 1, 2010 at 12:04 pm

    It’s my favorite time of the year. I love scaring kids, and now I have the house to do it. I usually dress up as a zombie for Halloween. Some parents have to drag their kids to the door. I give good treats tho. I think it’s the music(?) I play that keeps the kids away.

    VotingFemale | October 1, 2010 at 1:19 pm

    no way you will ever be a metrosexual!

    Foxwood said

    OMG! I’m turning into a metrosexual

  7. Bob Mack says:

    It’d be great if Barney Frank got the boot. Retire the slug to Fire Island, where he can kick back and watch re-runs of “Where The Boys Are” all day.

  8. Foxwood says:

    Yeah, I go to a garage sale, estate sale, or flea market and from a distance I know what table to head over too.

    It gets fun sometimes… sometimes brutal.

    “I thaw that firsth, bitch!” [SLAP!]

  9. Foxwood says:

    OH no! We had a fun blog about Fire Island.

    “Frank get furious from Fire Island Fairy ride.”


  10. Bob Mack says:

    Hey, Fox, you ever check this site out: or this one:
    Lots of great concerts. Wolfgang’s most played is Pink Floyd from 5/9/77.
    I grabbed lots of stuff from bootlegtunz, good quality mp3’s. Got so much music now, I gotta buy a 2nd IPOD. Also, check out Siena Root & the Brew on Youtube, or on my Listening page (–classic rock from modern groups.

  11. Foxwood says:

    I didn’t check out the other sites yet, but D & P has some good stuff!

    I don’t think VF should go over there tho… I’ll get you access to the mens room this weekend… Not much going on there now, but a good place to share things the girls might not want to see. 🙂

  12. Foxwood says:

    I don’t listen to much modern music other than a few C & Ws that are pretty patriotic. My collection consisted of 50s to mid 80s music. I’ve called everything after that new wave… 🙂

    I said consisted… I had a wife that, in order to keep from getting a divorce, said I had to get rid of my 5000 plus comic book collection and my records. We still got a divorce… I made the wrong decision… 😦

    If I only had a dollar for each comic and they were worth more… (sigh)

  13. Foxwood says:

    Trying to get my music back on CD. I got a lot back, but some of the old stuff… it’s hard to find. Finding some on Youtube. This may be a good place to get some of it back.

  14. Bob Mack says:

    Oh, yeah…I forgot about the DJ’s at bootlegtunz. Speaking of comics, I used to do a lot of cartooning. Went to Joe Kubert’s school for a year, ’til I ran out of cash. Had some classes with Milt Neil (created Howdy Doody’s image, Disney’s Dumbo) Will Eisner (the Spirit), and Joe himself (Sgt. Rock, Hawkman).

  15. Foxwood says:

    Trying to get into the CB business? I tried to write stories and go to conventions with them but only had one opportunity and the company went out of business before they even started.

    I hear if you make it, you can make some buck.

  16. Bob Mack says:

    Hard field to break into, lots of guys get forced into advertising. I never wanted to work in comics, but I wanted to learn how to do them. I’m too much of an independent to stand for much editing. I was working on developing a newspaper strip for awhile, but I shelved it when the papers shrank the size of the strips. BTW, if there’s specific music you can’t find, let me know. I might have it on MP3.

  17. Foxwood says:

    I went to a convention in the early 80s, had my youngest daughter with me, and the artist that was the crowd bringer was some guy that did the art for Spiderman. I don’t remember his name. Everyone was in line to pay for this guys autograph on their book.

    There was this 85 year old guy in a booth and I had just bought a $.10 Green Lantern. This man was Frank Mars, the originator of the Green Lantern. He talked about the days before the big 2 and that he, Stan Lee and the CEO of Archie Comics started a company. My daughter was very interested because she had Archies. When we were done, he asked if I wanted my comic signed. I told him it wasn’t his artwork and he came back with “I don’t care, I came up with the character”. So I got it signed and authenticated.

  18. Foxwood says:

    I have to do some looking on the MP3s.

  19. tellitlikeitis says:

    Good afternoon afternoon everyone!
    This is good.

  20. tellitlikeitis says:

  21. VotingFemale says:

    I woke up spring of 2008 and have been doing political battle since.

    I will not stop.

    The Socialists can BITE ME!

  22. Foxwood says:

    Good afternoon Tellit.

    Good afternoon, VF.

    I think I’m still sick from last week. I got to go to bed. I can’t stay awake.

  23. VotingFemale says:

    Hi Fox,

    Not feeling chipper? awwww hugs

  24. VotingFemale says:

    Hey Tellit!

    Great Links!

  25. tellitlikeitis says:

    CNN Fires Rick Sanchez After Controversial Remarks
    by Associated Press
    Oct 1st, 2010 | 6:03 PM | Comments 5

    NEW YORK – CNN says that anchor Rick Sanchez has been fired, a day after he called Jon Stewart a bigot while on a radio show.

    Sanchez said on a satellite radio program Thursday that Stewart is bigoted toward “everybody else that’s not like him.” The Comedy Central ‘Daily Show‘ host has frequently poked fun at Sanchez on the air.

    Sanchez Calls Stewart a Bigot

    Also in the interview, Sanchez mocked the suggestion that Jews are a minority, and implied that Jewish people run CNN and other media outlets.

    The offensive comments included the following:

    “Yeah… Very powerless people… [snickers] He’s such a minority, I mean, you know [sarcastically]… Please, what are you kidding? … I’m telling you that everybody who runs CNN is a lot like Stewart, and a lot of people who run all the other networks are a lot like Stewart, and to imply that somehow they — the people in this country who are Jewish — are an oppressed minority? Yeah.”

    The statement from CNN says: “Rick Sanchez is no longer with the company. We thank Rick for his years of service and we wish him well.”

  26. tellitlikeitis says:

  27. tellitlikeitis says:

    ARROYO GRANDE, Calif. (MarketWatch) — “What’s distinctive about the Tea Party is its anarchist streak — its antagonism toward any authority, its belligerent self-expression, and its lack of any coherent program or alternative to the policies it condemns,” warns Jacob Weisberg in Newsweek. But why not three cheers for the Tea Party Express?

    Admit it, something historic is brewing. And yes, it’s good for America, even the anarchy. Revolution is renewal. Tea-baggers want to take on both parties, “restore honor” and “take back the country.” Bring it on, the feeling’s mutual.
    Obama: GOP pledge a disastrous plan

    President Barack Obama used his weekly radio address Saturday to accuse Republicans of overlooking the middle class by creating policies that would benefit only the rich while making a pledge of his own to continue supporting the national economy.

    OK, maybe most Americans just silently mimic the words, “we’re mad as hell, won’t take it any more.” But watch out: After November the campaign’s shrill rhetoric explodes into action.

    Tea-baggers are kicking the revolution into high gear. Debt is sinking America. Both parties are to blame. So vote out incumbents. Spare no one. We need new leadership, another Reagan or Truman. Congress better get the message: Cut that budget, or they’ll dump the rest of you in the coming Great Purge of 2012.

    Unfortunately they’re tone deaf. Congress cannot see past the election. All that changes in November.

    So thanks Tea Party, Vegas odds must favor a Second American Revolution. Actually, the revolution is already roaring, hot, it’s about time. The GOP and the Dems had more than a decade. But America’s worse off. We need a real revolution to restore sanity … or we can kiss democracy and capitalism good-bye, permanently.
    Warning: Another revolution will cost investors 20% more losses

    Yes, big warning, the Second American Revolution will extract painful austerity, not the “happy days are here again” future touted by tea-baggers. For years it’ll be impossible for most of America’s 95 million investors to develop a successful investment or logical retirement strategy.

    Why? Political chaos will translate into extreme volatility and a highly unpredictable stock market. Result: Wall Street will lose another 20% of the value of your retirement portfolio in the next decade, just as Wall Street did the last decade. So if you think you’re “mad as hell” now, “you ain’t seen nuthin’ yet!”

    Here’s the timeline:

    Stage 1: The Dems just put the nail in their coffin by confirming they are wimps, refusing to force the GOP to filibuster the Bush tax cuts for America’s richest.

    Stage 2: The GOP takes over the House, expanding its war to destroy Obama with its new policy of “complete gridlock,” even “shutting down government.”

    Stage 3: Obama goes lame-duck.

    Stage 4: The GOP wins back the White House and Senate in 2012. Health care returns to insurers. Free market financial deregulation returns.

    Stage 5: Under the new president, Wall Street’s insatiable greed triggers the catastrophic third meltdown of the 21st century Shiller predicted, with defaults on dollar-denominated debt.

    Stage 6: The Second American Revolution explodes into a brutal full-scale class war rebelling against the out-of-touch, out-of-control greedy conspiracy-of-the-rich now running America.

    Stage 7: Domestic class warfare is compounded by Pentagon’s prediction that by 2020 “an ancient pattern of desperate, all-out wars over food, water, and energy supplies would emerge” worldwide and “warfare is defining human life.”

    What’s behind our 2010-2020 countdown? It became obvious after reading the brilliant but bleak “Decadence of Election 2010” report by Prof. Peter Morici, former chief economist at the International Trade Commission. He sees no hope from America’s political parties, just a dark scenario ahead.

    Here are the 10 points we see in his message:

  28. Foxwood says:

    Sieg Heil und Guten Morgan fellow unAmerican Nazis!
    It’s time to unfurl the Confederate Swastika and fire the cannon!

  29. Foxwood says:

    Getting ready to do my treasure hunting. I’ll be taking on the metrosexuals and doing some bitch slappin’.

  30. Foxwood says:

    Maybe I’ll just cough on them and make them sick for next week. 🙂

  31. VotingFemale says:

    Good Morning, Foxman!

    Sorry to hear you are still not feeling tip-top 😦

  32. Foxwood says:

    Good morning VF… Been up since 3am. My body started hurting so I took some ibuprofen… on an empty stomach. 😦

    Going to get some coffee and something to eat then I got about 10 garage sales to go to. That’s not alot. I just picked the ones that look promising, because I have to prepare for a flea market for next week. You can usually get half of what something is worth, but if I bought it for pennies, I’m still making out.

    People aren’t buying much because of the economy, but if I can sell for half price, I might make some sales.

    Got to run.

  33. VotingFemale says:

    mmm… quite a busy schedule today. Good Hunting!

    BTW, did you see Rich Sanchez got himself fired for throwing the race card at fellow liberals last evening? Race-based entitlement mentality shall only be used as a weapon when thrown from left to right, not left to left.

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