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Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Barney Frank Gets Angry with MSNBC's Ed Schultz: "Ed, don't condescend to me" - Video 11/9/09

Here is video of Democrat Rep. Barney Frank on MSNBC with Ed Schultz where he got angry with Schultz's attitude toward him and told him, "Ed, don't condescend to me."

Ed Schultz told Frank that he should just admit that the Congress was wrong to give bailout money to many Wall Street firms, who now are giving out large bonuses. The exchange happened at the beginning of the video.

Barney Frank tried to put it off on "the Republicans," and later Ed Schultz told Frank "you can talk about 06, 05 and everything else" but now you have "the White House, the House and the Senate."

It appears that even some on the Left are getting weary of the Democrats and Obama blaming everything on "the Republicans" or "George W. Bush." Barney Frank really appeared shocked he was getting some push back from anyone on MSNBC.


Anonymous,  November 10, 2009 at 10:50 AM  

"Barney Frank really appeared shocked he was getting some push back from anyone on MSNBC."

Now there's an image I didn't appreciate.

Brian November 10, 2009 at 12:21 PM  

Sorry for the poor choice of words! You know what I intended.

No Subject November 10, 2009 at 4:15 PM  

Both of these guys a total dweebs

I can understand how a company that got TARP money might be able to have bonus and salary controls forced onto them. But where does this purple dinosaur get the idea he and his socialist buddies in congress have the authority to regulate those things for companies that did not receive TARP money? And why is it that the liberals first approach to everything is taxes?

Matt Olsen November 11, 2009 at 10:53 PM  

HAHAHAHAHA! This is great! They are arguing about who loves taxes more! HAHAHAHA! WOW!

Can we pass that constitutional amendment outlawing income taxes yet? How about one that requires a balanced budget? Want to see responsibility in government? Take away the allowance and the cash printing machines, and you will get it.

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