Monday, November 28, 2011

Barney Frank To Retire From House -- Seeking Syracuse BBall Coaching Spot?

Frank Demonstrates his
Basketball Dribbling Technique

Barney Frank, the longtime Massachusetts Democrat and first openly gay Member of Congress announced today that he will retire from Congress at the end of his current term.

Frank made national news in the mid-80s when he was censured by the full Congress for sharing his home with a gay man who ran a homosexual prostitution ring from his basement.
Syracuse Asst. B-Ball Coach Bernie Fine
 -- Is Barney Frank After His Seat?

He was also the co-author of the Dodd-Frank financial regulatory bill that is widely believed to have caused the national housing crisis by encouraging sub-prime home loans.

Meanwhile, word comes that longtime assistant Syracuse Basketball coach, Bernie Fine, will also be retiring from his current gig albeit involuntarily. Fine has been implicated in a series of homosexual attacks on pre-teens who he had hired to be "ball boys" for the Syracuse athletic program.

This synchonicity of events moved WLS radio's resident wag and former WFLD-TV sports reporter, Bruce Wolf this morning to question aloud whether Barney's true motivation for leaving Congress was so as to be freed up to seek Mr. Fine's vacated position at Syracuse.

Word is that Mr. Frank is telling anyone who will listen that he is a long-time and ardent follower of the Boston Celtics, has been an enthusiastic friend and mentor to a variety of young men and as such would be well suited for the Syracuse assistant coaching spot.


  1. Gah, I can't stand Frank and I'm so happy to see him go! I am afraid the takeover of his spot on the Finance Committee by Waters is just as criminal though.

  2. Yes, but the Chairmanship of the committee is in the hands of Republicans as they control the House. Waters, an avowed socialist and a verifiable nut job will only be the ranking minority member, with no real power.


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