On Monday, longtime Massachusetts Rep. Barney Frank stunned many people in both parties by announcing he will not seek a 17th House term in 2012. With such a vocal and controversial track record, what will be Frank’s legacy? Do Republicans believe that Congressional redistricting is the real reason for this retirement? Does a competitive GOP run against Frank in 2010 mean this seat is in play? And what does Frank’s retirement tell us about Democratic hopes of winning back a House majority next year? We discuss it all with Paul Lindsay, communications director for the National Republican Congressional Committee.