Charlie Rangel is still not dead?

Prototypical Democrat

Worse, he’s still a member of Congress so he can continue to steal just as his constituents want it. He did get drunk and doze off at an Obummer fund raiser the other night but I do wish he’d done that as a private citizen. Or a cadaver.

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4 responses to “Charlie Rangel is still not dead?

  1. Anonymous

    IRS sent my Tax Return back!
    AGAIN!!!

    I guess it was because of my response to the question:
    “List all dependents.”
    I replied –
    “12 million illegal immigrants;
    “3 million crack heads;
    “42 million unemployable people on food stamps
    “2 million people in over 243 prisons;
    “Half of Mexico
    and
    “535 fools in the U.S. House and Senate.”
    Apparently, this was NOT an acceptable answer.

  2. AJ

    Anonymous, you forgot all our US and foreign speculating friends who
    place wild bets, and when those bets went bad they sent us the bill. As if
    trillions in bale outs were not enough, we most generously signed onto
    covering another $600 trillion in black-box derivatives that, being trusting
    soles, we’re not even going to bother to regulate. And let’s not forget all
    our multi-national corporate friends: subsidies for Big Oil, subsides for Big
    Agra. And how about $11 million for the Pillsbury dough boy, so he can
    go promote himself overseas. Then there’s GE — I know CF doesn’t
    believe it, and showed some muddled Fortune article to confuse the issue
    — who, according to David Kocieniewski , New York Times, March 24,
    2011, reported worldwide profits of $14.2 billion for 2010, and said $5.1
    billion of the total came from its operations in the United States, and paid
    no US taxes but claimed a tax benefit of $3.2 billion. Source:
    http://www.hermes-press.com/GE_taxes.htm

    Whatever happened to “Don’t forget to file your taxes, and remember, it’s
    voluntary”; and everyone shook their head in agreement as if it were true.

  3. AJ

    Oh no, I mixed tenses. How could I?