Friday, April 24, 2009

It is a lie!

Apparently, the facts are beginning to scare Congressman Barney Frank, Democrat from Massachusetts.
The same man who was recorded three years ago saying "there is no housing bubble" and calling those who wanted to investigate Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac racists, is now saying the opposite. He appeared on the Tavis Smiley show and said it was the Conservatives who pushed people into home ownership regardless of their ability to pay.
My question is simple. How long will the American people continue to let politicians such as the not-so-honorable Mr. Frank get away with such lies. What he said is easily disproved, which makes the claim even more infuriating.
Some of our politicians think they can get away with saying the sky is purple — in August at high noon. They believe this because they are not challenged when they tell a falsehood. It is past time for this to rectified.
Frank was one of the major players in this crisis, as was Chris Dodd and Bill Clinton.
They should not get away with turning history on its head the way they have the Great Depression.
Lauren Ricks, Staff Writer

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