Friday, July 30, 2010

Tax Cheat Chalie Rangel's Recommended Punishment? A Reprimand

Slimebag, race-baiting liberal Democrat Charlie Rangel had 13 charges of ethics violations brought against him yesterday, showing a "pattern of indifference or disregard for the laws, rules and regulations of the United States and the House of Representatives."

So what is his recommended punishment? A reprimand. Yes, a slap on the wrist (New York Post, via Ace of Spades).
The House ethics investigatory subcommittee recommended that Rep. Charlie Rangel be reprimanded, which is the least severe punishment, according to a new report.

The disclosure was made today by Rep. Gene Green (D-Texas), who is the panel's chairman.

A reprimand falls below expulsion and censure on the list of available punishments.
Once again, Democrats protect their own.

Flashback to Nancy Pelosi after winning control of the House in 2006, vowing to that "The Democrats intend to lead the most honest, most open and most ethical congress in history."

Eat your words, Nancy, and get ready for a demotion come November! That is, when we the people drain your swamp.

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