Panel hits Rangel with 13 alleged eth...

Panel hits Rangel with 13 alleged ethics charges

There are 20 comments on the Alamogordo Daily News story from Jul 29, 2010, titled Panel hits Rangel with 13 alleged ethics charges. In it, Alamogordo Daily News reports that:

House investigators accused veteran New York Rep. Charles Rangel of 13 violations of congressional ethics standards on Thursday, throwing a cloud over his four-decade political career and raising worries for fellow Democrats about the fall elections.

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Just Wondering

United States

#1 Jul 30, 2010
Fry his political A**

Since: Oct 08

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#2 Jul 30, 2010
40 years is too long for anyone to serve in congress. Proof that the longer one is there; the more corrupt one gets. Hope the crook ends up in jail. Another tax cheating democrat.

“I am so OVER Obama”

Since: Oct 09

Exile on Main Street

#4 Jul 30, 2010
this is the sort of issue Ralp needs to pay attention to. instead of that tired 'Obama is a Muslim' crapola.

yep. sorry Charlie, time to hit the road.

“I got it back!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!”

Since: May 09

Location hidden

#5 Jul 30, 2010
High Rolls resident wrote:
this is the sort of issue Ralp needs to pay attention to. instead of that tired 'Obama is a Muslim' crapola.
yep. sorry Charlie, time to hit the road.
I disagree....
Untill the man is found GUILTY, he is still innocent and should be free to maintain his employment and position.. Stepping down from Ways and Means was good gesture to remove any doubts during the investigation, but I feel that until he is tried AND convicted, he is still innocent...

Wow, did I really just defend a Liberal Democrat????
A Voice of True Reason

Albuquerque, NM

#6 Jul 30, 2010
Perfection wrote:
<quoted text>
I disagree....
Untill the man is found GUILTY, he is still innocent and should be free to maintain his employment and position.. Stepping down from Ways and Means was good gesture to remove any doubts during the investigation, but I feel that until he is tried AND convicted, he is still innocent...
Wow, did I really just defend a Liberal Democrat????
If the charges are true, and they amount to either a crime or a violation of the House rules, then he should have to face the consequences, whether it be prison or some sort of sanction. But until then, while the publicity has undoubtedly smeared his good name and reputation, I would have to agree with Perfection and insist that he be entitled to maintain his innocence, unless and until he's proven guilty or he freely admits his guilt.

“I got it back!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!”

Since: May 09

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#7 Jul 30, 2010
A Voice of True Reason wrote:
<quoted text> If the charges are true, and they amount to either a crime or a violation of the House rules, then he should have to face the consequences, whether it be prison or some sort of sanction. But until then, while the publicity has undoubtedly smeared his good name and reputation, I would have to agree with Perfection and insist that he be entitled to maintain his innocence, unless and until he's proven guilty or he freely admits his guilt.
FO
A Voice of True Reason

Albuquerque, NM

#8 Jul 30, 2010
Perfection wrote:
<quoted text>
FO
Yeah, real mature.

“I got it back!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!”

Since: May 09

Location hidden

#9 Jul 30, 2010
A Voice of True Reason wrote:
<quoted text> Yeah, real mature.
FO Excuse of a person????
Really

Marshall, IL

#10 Jul 30, 2010
Right-wing Republicans reccomend reprimand of representative Rangel?? Is that whats going on?

“I got it back!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!”

Since: May 09

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#11 Jul 30, 2010
Really wrote:
Right-wing Republicans reccomend reprimand of representative Rangel?? Is that whats going on?
Looks like it....
IF he is indeed guilty, then this will be a CLEAR example of what is wrong with congress... IF he is guilty, and does not serve any "time" then congress believes they are above the law as compared to the average citizen.. The average "JOE" would serve time if they were indeed found guilty of the chagres against Mr. Rangle....

Congress believes they are better than us average citizens.. IF this case is proven, it shows beyond a shodow of a doubt how they view the citizens as compared to thier crimes...

Since: Oct 08

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#12 Jul 30, 2010
Just remember Rangel is nothing more than a mongrel.
Wondering

Alamogordo, NM

#13 Jul 30, 2010
Do the folks who ask "IF" he is guilty really believe he isn't??? Where have you all been........with blinders on?

“Navy veteran. ”

Since: Oct 09

Location hidden

#14 Jul 30, 2010
Panel charges him with 13 violations of their ethic standards.

Punishment - Slap on the wrist.

This is what you get when investigations are done internally.

Hell will probably get reelected to.

“I got it back!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!”

Since: May 09

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#15 Jul 30, 2010
Wondering wrote:
Do the folks who ask "IF" he is guilty really believe he isn't??? Where have you all been........with blinders on?
Nope....
I am following the founding principals of our great country that state you are innocent until PROVEN guilty..
My personal beliefs on this issue are moot...
old timer

Alamogordo, NM

#16 Jul 30, 2010
He is a democrat, being investigated by the ethic panel that has taken 2 years to get this far, the ethic panel has been pleading with Rangel to do a deal, and he has been refusing because he will not admit to doing anything wrong, He will get a slap on his wrist, no change in Washington like normal.

“Hispanic Red Neck”

Since: Mar 10

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#17 Jul 30, 2010
As corrupt and dishonest, most of these people are, I would be willing to bet Rangel is the most honest of them all and used as sacrificial Lamb.

But in all honesty, even though I'm a Conservative, I've always liked the guy, he was always polite and nice to everyone to a fault and I can't really remember him havibg a bad thing to say about anyone.
SamD

Alamogordo, NM

#18 Aug 2, 2010
What was they guy's name again? Adam Calyton Wrangel.
Does he have place in Bimini yet?
land locked sailor

Alamogordo, NM

#19 Nov 16, 2010
House ethic sub committee convicts Rangel on 11 of 13 charges, now goes to the full committee.

Guess it is Bush's fault too.

Next Maxine..

Since: Apr 07

Fort Campbell, TN

#20 Nov 16, 2010
land locked sailor wrote:
House ethic sub committee convicts Rangel on 11 of 13 charges, now goes to the full committee.
Guess it is Bush's fault too.
Next Maxine..
What I find very strange is the length of time he has been getting away with this and the Democrats are just now dealing with it. Oh wait that's right they wanted this done during the election to show the American people they can be trusted.

Oh well.

It didn't work
SamD

Alamogordo, NM

#21 Nov 17, 2010
They aren't "dealing with it".
The whole thing is an internal coverup process. Got alot of damn gall calling it a trial.

How about we do it in court and send Adam Clayton wrangel to JAIL where the criminal belongs

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