BARNEY FRANK LOSES IT:
After 30 years, Barney Frank finally lost my vote.
On election night, he lost my respect as well.
Frank’s road rage acceptance speech was an out-of-body experience. Here was the congressional king of anger, vituperation and vitriol lashing out at the Herald and Fox 25 for, in his words, “anger, vituperation . . . and vitriol.”
What, does he not own a mirror? Is he incapable of introspection? Has he never seen YouTube’s collection of his best TV hissy fits?
Barney seemed to have forgotten: He won. Big. And he was lucky he did.
The contrast between a nasty, bitter Frank and his grateful, graceful opponent, Sean Bielat, could not have been more stark.
With these people, the sense of outraged entitlement is always present, and never pretty.