Blaming Bush, Times Two

Clarice Feldman and Rosslyn Smith
Four years after they took control of Congress Democrats still like to blame all the nation's problems on President Bush.  Recently this habit hit a new milestone of sorts.  Embattled  incumbent Congressman Barney Frank called upon former governor and spectacularly unsuccessful presidential-nominee Michael Dukakis to rally support among the faithful in Brookline. Massachusetts.  This move, of course, meant that both Presidents Bush were held responsible for the current state of affairsTwenty one months isn't long enough to clean up after twenty one years yadayadayada.....

The site Fleming and Hayes has a full description of Frank's recent campaign activities.  Here is what they have to say of the final days of what is starting to look like it may, indeed, be Frank's last campaign.

Finding a Barney Frank event these days is harder to do than one might think. Despite the fact that Frank is truly fighting the reelection campaign of his life to republican challenger Sean Bielat, he's staying peculiarly quiet and randomly popping up at small events amongst democrats.  Ever since we organize a counter-rally to protest former President Bill Clinton's visit to stump for Frank, Barney has avoided publicly announcing his campaign events, choosing to instead attend events with other (more popular?)  candidates.

I'd love to see some footage of Frank at events with other candidates.  Nothing spells loser more than the tepid responses shown by candidates of the same party who are on a roll to a brethren who has fallen out of favor.  
Four years after they took control of Congress Democrats still like to blame all the nation's problems on President Bush.  Recently this habit hit a new milestone of sorts.  Embattled  incumbent Congressman Barney Frank called upon former governor and spectacularly unsuccessful presidential-nominee Michael Dukakis to rally support among the faithful in Brookline. Massachusetts.  This move, of course, meant that both Presidents Bush were held responsible for the current state of affairsTwenty one months isn't long enough to clean up after twenty one years yadayadayada.....

The site Fleming and Hayes has a full description of Frank's recent campaign activities.  Here is what they have to say of the final days of what is starting to look like it may, indeed, be Frank's last campaign.

Finding a Barney Frank event these days is harder to do than one might think. Despite the fact that Frank is truly fighting the reelection campaign of his life to republican challenger Sean Bielat, he's staying peculiarly quiet and randomly popping up at small events amongst democrats.  Ever since we organize a counter-rally to protest former President Bill Clinton's visit to stump for Frank, Barney has avoided publicly announcing his campaign events, choosing to instead attend events with other (more popular?)  candidates.

I'd love to see some footage of Frank at events with other candidates.  Nothing spells loser more than the tepid responses shown by candidates of the same party who are on a roll to a brethren who has fallen out of favor.