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On August 30, before many others jumped in, I was proud to endorse GOP congressional candidate Sean Bielat, who is challenging entrenched corruptocrat Barney Frank in Massachusetts.

Marine/businessman/father Bielat has gained immense traction since then and it has been thrilling to watch Frank sweat. The 29-year Democrat incumbent is now whining about a “national coalition of right-wing forces” lining up against him. All together now: Boo-freaking-hoo.

Bielat faced off with Frank in their first and only televised debate. Boston’s NPR headline says it all:

Challenger Bielat Holds His Own Against U.S. Rep. Frank

Retire Barney Frank. Keep the heat on. Send him a Kleenex and, more importantly, send Bielat more of your support.

Donate to the Bye Bye Barney! money bomb now.

Remember: The ballot box is the ultimate sanitizer. America has had enough of Barney Frank’s germs.

(Republished from MichelleMalkin.com by permission of author or representative)
 
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