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Charles B. Rangel
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To rebut a lengthy list of ethical misdeeds with which hes charged, Rep. Charles B. Rangel is trotting out this three-way defense: I didn't do it. I did it, but was inattentive. Others lawmakers were allowed to do the same thing without penalty.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said Sunday she's "out of the loop" in the House ethics committee's investigation of fellow Democratic Rep. Charles B. Rangel.
A second House Democrat, Rep. Maxine Waters of California, could face an ethics trial this fall, further complicating the election outlook for the party as it battles to retain its majority.
Rep. Charlie Rangel is getting sympathy from some fellow Democrats but scant support from others as he faces trial on several ethics charges.
The trial process is under way on 13 counts of alleged wrongdoing by former House Ways and Means Chairman Charles B. Rangel. This is the action I have demanded night after night on the floor of the House since 2008, when the New York Democrat first publicly admitted wrongdoing. It is action that should have begun within a reasonable time frame - during 2009 at the latest. It is action that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi publicly predicted would be concluded by the end of 2008.
Barack Hussein Obama did not sneak into power. An army of clueless, disconnected, ignorant Americans invited him to bring his Marxist, glaringly anti-American jihad into our lives.
Kicking off what promises to be a politically perilous process, the House ethics committee on Thursday officially lodged 13 different charges against Rep. Charles B. Rangel, including that he used his office to raise more than $8 million for a college public policy center named after him.
A House investigatory panel is alleging 13 violations of congressional ethics and federal law statutes by Rep. Charles B. Rangel, New York Democrat.
There's something in the water, if not the Scotch and bourbon, at the House Ways and Means Committee, and a procession of chairmen just couldn't resist taking deep drafts of whatever it is. It's entertaining for the rest of us, but expensive.