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RUSH: Dadelut dadelut dadelut dadelut dadelut. Yes, Barney Frank is back. He wants Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae and to loosen up. He wants them to make it easier to lend money to people who can’t pay it back all over again.

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RUSH: Sanford could have been our JFK.

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RUSH: Mark Sanford could have been the GOP’s JFK! Except he admitted it.

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RUSH: Stop the tape a minute. Don’t recue it, we’re gonna pick it up right there. Some infobabe on CNN’s having a hissy fit, a hissy fit he lied to his staff; he lied to his wife! Hey, babe, are you reminded of anybody’s behavior that is similar to this? Back when we had a blue dress with a stain on it, babe? She’s in a hissy fit over this, he lied to his wife; he lied to his staff! With Bill Clinton these babes were trailer trash.

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RUSH: Barney Frank back in on the action here.

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RUSH: Barney Frank, ladies and gentlemen, portrayed vocally here by white comedian Paul Shanklin. Sanford could have been our JFK. He has the look, he could have been our JFK and with no mob ties, either. Another career down the tubes. ‘Two US Democratic lawmakers who want Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac to relax recently tightened standards for mortgages on new condominiums, saying they could threaten the viability of some developments and slow the housing-market recovery, the Wall Street Journal said. … In a letter to the CEO’s of both companies, Representatives Barney Frank, the chairman of the House Financial Services Committee, and Anthony Weiner warned that a 70 percent sales threshold ‘may be too onerous’ and could lead condo buyers to shun new developments, according to the paper.’ So he wants them to relax condo loan rules while more and more foreclosures are taking place, and all the while Barney Frank and the boys and Chris Dodd denying they had anything to do with the existing problem!

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