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Sunday, January 12, 2014

Charlie Rangel, the Tea Party, and Lawlessness

Rep. Charlie Rangel (D-NY) made the following remarks to the New York Daily News in October 2013. CNSNews.com transcribed part of his remarks:
So politics is changing for me at this late age, to have to deal with a cult-type of group of people.
When a handful of people can control a larger number of people, to repeal a law that has been passed by the House, the Senate, and declared constitutional by the courts – and they campaign on the issue that it should be repealed- this is past Civics 101. This is illness.”
This reveals several things about Rangel and by extension his fellow politicians.

First, Rangel has no qualms about openly insulting a sizable portion of the U.S. population; he fears no blowback. This isn’t that surprising considering the district he represents.

Rangel also has no qualms calling the Tea Party lawless even with his history of failing to pay his taxes.

He also is shameless in saying that those who wish to repeal a law legally are acting “lawless.” This shows that Rangel lacks a conscience and it again shows that he fears no one holding him accountable for his words. Beyond this, it shows how Rangel believes the underhanded way that Obamacare was passed, upheld, and imposed by a minority on the majority is superior to a large number of private citizens working to repeal a law that attacks the free market.

Finally, Rangel made these comments even as the ruling elite have continued promoting the illegal alien invasion of the U.S. and even as they have helped with it.

This shows the utter contempt that Rangel and his fellow officials feel for the general public. Expect more condemnations of the law-abiding public even as they practice and encourage even more brazen lawlessness.

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