Massachusetts Rep. Barney Frank appeared on The Colbert Report to
discuss the Dodd-Frank act. Predictably, Colbert was skeptical of the
whole undertaking. "If the founding fathers were really worried about
mortgage bundling or ATM fees," he asked, "wouldn't they have said so in
the constitution?" Without stepping on Frank's punchline, let's just
say it involved the sexual habits of colonial Americans.
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