Sure. The Democrats kicked him off the House Budget Committee for supporting the Reagan tax cuts that helped end the Carter Depression.<quoted text>Scuse me, I assumed that out of office and out of sight meant dead as dyks nuts.
Whatever, he still ranks very high on the list of those "most" responsible for the mortgage-financial crisis while Barney Frank is not even on that list.
When you googled the senator did you see the mention of the list among the first few entries? Some of your butt pals couldn't find it yesterday.
Have you given any thought to why Gramm changed political parties?
Some people have lives other than politics.