Shorter beltway barnacle Barney Frank: I know I just left D.C., and this is crazy, but here’s my number, so call me maybe?

Yep, Barney Frank wants to head back to Washington as an interim U.S. Senator to replace Sen. John Kerry. He’s already reached out to Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick and Andrea Mitchell is so psyched she’s whipping out the exclamation point for “Senator Barney!”

Swoon, lapdog, swoon! Good dog.

  • Fido

    The Talking Nose rejoices about the resurrection of a key corruptocrat.

    Someone who revels in the physical delights of 86 year old Alan Greenspan,

    apparently has a unique perspective on life.

    • Noah Lee

      does she ever tweet anything that isn’t critical of Republicans? I can’t find any.

  • NachoCheese (D)

    Barney Frank? The same Barney Frank that played a very big role in the housing bubble and it’s subsequent collapse? Yeah, make him a Senator, what could possibly go wrong…

    • stuffitnow

      No! Tell me it couldn’t be! whats the bet he’ll get full term pay on this one!

    • ceemack

      Tsk. You’re just not getting it. He’s not just “Barney Frank”. He’s Barney ! Frank!!!

  • mickeyco

    She has such wonderful taste in men.

  • Thomas Collins

    Sodomy suffered a blow when barney frank retired…menopause manor meets its match

  • TugboatPhil

    “Excited” and “Barney Frank.” Words I never want to see in the same sentence.

  • James Hansen

    it he gets in I hope he’s assigned only female pages. just sayin’

  • TocksNedlog

    Barney just wants to get frisked by Biden.

  • dwsmokin

    Wow Andrea. He did such a bang-up job while he was in charge of overseeing the mortgage lending fiasco, and then topped it with his buddy Dodd in writing legislation to fix a problem HE helped create (and put hundreds of small banks out of business at the same time). How could he not just be a great Senator? With his track record of success and whiz-bang financial acumen, he should help speed us toward national bankruptcy even faster.

  • govskeptic

    If not this temporary Senate appointment, why not Secretary of Defense or maybe even
    the hopeful Attorney General opening?