Skip to comments.Charlie Rangel: Violating Ethics For Almost 40 Years
Posted on 10/04/2009 2:47:19 PM PDT by Shellybenoit
Maybe when City College of NY is done building Charlie Rangel's favorite Pork project, the $1.95 million, federal earmark funded Charles B. Rangel Center for Public Service one of the first courses they could teach is "Playing Fast and Loose with Ethics 101."
This past year, Americans have gotten to see the true nature of Congressman Rangel. He may have been a public servant for almost 40 years, but throughout that time he has found ways to enrich his favorite constituent, Charlie Range. In September of 2008 he admitted a failure to report $75 thousand in taxes. What has followed is 13 months of revelation after revelation, alerting us of the Congressman's problems with ethics.
The story not told, is that from his first campaign Rangel has been embroiled in ethics scandals from his very first campaign for Congress in 1970, but he has been able to avoid the spotlight....Till now:
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When it comes to corruption, the DemocRATS make the GOP look like a bunch of Boy Scouts.
Everyone needs a tradition and legacy. He seems to wear his with pride.
Those insiders know that Congress makes the laws but are above the law when it comes to enforcement!
What we need is an ENFORCER!
Pox just had on a GOP rep who would not come right out and say Rangel is as corrupt as they come. “Well, he has at least been extremely negligent...”
Because that would be racist, to call a spade a spade.
“Pox” = The Swine Flu Network
If Charlie the Tax Cheat was a Republican he would have been in PRISON ALREADY!@
Great play on words, better be careful, “spade” is racist I am sure!
Blatant abuse of the constitution is treason. These criminals should be removed!
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