U.S. Representative Barney Frank has never been shy about expressing his opinions. His opening remarks at a hearing he chaired with Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner on Wednesday was no exception. Frank poked fun at a political squabble over healthcare reform as he detailed his position on what to do about non-bank financial firms considered “too big to fail.”
U.S. Representative Barney Frank is rarely shy about expressing his opinions. Just yesterday he said it may be time to fire some people at AIG. Now he’s accusing China of bluffing after Premier Wen Jiabao expressed “some worries” about the value of U.S. bond holdings.