Senator Frank Lautenberg, RIP


U.S. Senator Frank Lautenberg died of viral pneumonia this morning.  He was 89 years old.

Posted: June 3rd, 2013 | Author: | Filed under: Frank Lautenberg | Tags: | 8 Comments »

8 Comments on “Senator Frank Lautenberg, RIP”

  1. bill said at 10:48 am on June 3rd, 2013:

    Thank you frank RIP.

  2. Patch Reporting said at 12:28 pm on June 3rd, 2013:

    Reputable Patch reporting indicates that Frank Pallone has already jumped in Lautenberg’s grave, as well as sent his minions to spray paint “Pallone” at the Secaucus train station.

  3. Rod Blagojevich said at 12:30 pm on June 3rd, 2013:

    To: Chris Christie
    From: Rod Blagojevich
    Date: 6/3/2013 04:03 AM
    Subject: Earn Money While You Sleep!

    Hey Chris, if you need help auctioning off a US Senate seat, please drop me a note.


    Rod Blagojevich

  4. Bob English said at 1:01 pm on June 3rd, 2013:

    The Senator was the last WW II veteran to serve in the United States Senate.

    Also interesting to note that he did not run for public office and was not elected until he was 58 years old after serving as CEO and Chairman of ADP for 30 years.

  5. Charles M said at 1:18 pm on June 3rd, 2013:

    As I do feel bad for his family and close friends. His death does not change who he was and the things he did.

  6. The line forms to the said at 1:54 pm on June 3rd, 2013:

    left, as this is Blue Jersey…while I appreciated the no smoking on domestic flights, the rest is a record of towing the liberal,”progressive” line for his party.. we have much work to do to see that Pallone never makes it to the Senate door!.. and, to try and get some semblance of sanity back into the laws these people keep imparting on us…

  7. ByeBye said at 7:16 pm on June 3rd, 2013:

    One less lifetime liberal democrat to worry about!

  8. Frank L said at 10:05 pm on June 3rd, 2013:

    Undeterred, Frank Lautenberg’s office issued a press release today announcing that Lautenberg’s corpse will be running for US Senate and has fully endorsed Barbara Buono for Gov noting that he plans to vote for her tomorrow, several times.