Amiable, bon vivant, and ....a crook.
Rep. Charles Rangel acknowledged yesterday he may have violated House ethics rules when he used congressional stationery to solicit donations for a Harlem "center for public service" that will be named after him.
...Last year, Rangel's office provided The Post with a list of some of the donations he had already helped secure for the project, which included $10 million from AIG; $500,000 from the Verizon Foundation; and $1 million from Eugene Isenberg, CEO of energy firm Nabors Industries.
It would be a scream if the Fed Reserve placed a lien on Rangel's goods for return of the $10 million.
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"Ellos hablan castellano y no se nada." No es me asunto y no entiendo nada en Espanol.
To me, that means, as a white guy, you get to eat oatmeal for five years...If you're Rangal, you get a psss.
But I am buying ammo.
Venice???? email please.
I guess that since Joe Biden has framed tax paying as patriotic duty, all the slackers on the dem side are going to have to pay their fair share.
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