ENDA – a Legitimate ENDA – Now Actually Has a Chance to Become Law

From TPM:

Boston.com, citing various media sources, reports that Barney Frank will not seek reelection.

CNN has confirmed the news, citing a statement from Frank’s office, but did not post the text of his statement. National Journal reports that Frank will make the announcement at the Newton City Hall this afternoon.

From the National Journal:

He won a closer-than-expected re-election bid in 2010, taking 53 percent of the vote, his lowest total since first winning his Newton- and Tauton-based district in 1980.

Maybe all of his other usual supporters ran off to Oz.

A Congress without St. Barney is a Congress that will actually give serious consideration to the Employment Non-Discrimination Act – and a Congress without St. Barney is a Congress that actually might not be predisposed against a legitimate (read: non-trans-exterminationistic) ENDA.

Good riddance to the “asexual blob” of institutionalized gay male transphobia.

Perhaps he’ll leave quickly enough that the munchkins won’t have time to hit him in the butt on the way out…

or not.

9 Responses to ENDA – a Legitimate ENDA – Now Actually Has a Chance to Become Law

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  2. Victor says:

    LOL! What a fail of a human being you are. You spend most of your waking hours writing on sexual and gender politics and then you use “asexual” as an insult.

    BTW, Frank is not asexual. And his absence will not help passage of the illegitimate form of ENDA (stuffed with tranny issues) that you wish would pass. It has no chance of passing any time in the foreseeable future and that is even leaving aside the issue of control of the House. Congress will not be bullied into approving federal lawsuits over where trannies take a crap at work. More likely, what will happen is that the lack of movement will demonstrate to the GLBs that they are being royally screwed by associating with the likes of you.

  3. granlione says:


    bitter much?

  4. […] stand by my prediction – and I stand by my decade-plus opinion that St. Barney was as much of an impediment to any […]

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