"They didn’t care about how they looked. It was just fierce indifference to human life that caused America to say enough is enough. ‘I don’t want to see it and I am not a part of it.’ What the hell! If you have to bomb little kids and send dogs out against human beings, give me a break." But Rangel had praise for a few Republicans. He mentioned New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, citing Christie´s criticism of House Republicans for delaying a vote on federal relief aid for states hit by Hurricane
Comments: Un.be.lievable. He is Trayvon Martin. Just imagine if a Republican said something similar about him. I´m so sick of the hypocrisy of Democrats.
So says a member of the permanent elite political ruling class, who escapes any consequences for his illegal behavior. What has happened to the representatives of the people? Is there no morality on any level these days?
If a Republican said something similar, say, that the NAACP activists are a bunch of ni***rs, that Republican would be forced to resign. In the interest of fairness and parity I demand Rangel resign for his shocking display of destructive racism!
Rangel is just another creepyass nagger, just like the rest of the DemoKKKrat party. When his political ancestors were lynching mine for freeing the slaves, the political ancestors of Tea Party types were risking their lives, and sometimes losing their lives, on behalf of the oppressed.
The Tea Party is still the best friend blacks have in modern America. Rangel has betrayed those he pretends to serve.
"They didn’t care about how they looked. It was just fierce indifference to human life that caused America to say enough is enough. ‘I don’t want to see it and I am not a part of it.’ Seems to me this statement by Rangel defines many in the black community, esp in Chicago and other inner cities. Guess based on his reasoning, we can call then the n-word and it would be ok. What an a-s.
Let me ask Revrum Rangle about these two "Crackers": Michael Schwerner and Andrew Goodman. I would bet my savings that the Black Supremacist Rangle has no idea who these two white people (Crackers)are.
(Schwerner and Goodman died along side black civli rights worker James Chaney- murdered by KKK (the same party that their believed Democrat Robert Byrd, Democrat Senator, was a an Exalted Cyclops (it´s true) and wrote this:
"I shall never fight in the armed forces with a negro by my side ... Rather I should die a thousand times, and see Old Glory trampled in the dirt never to rise again, than to see this beloved land of ours become degraded by race mongrels, a throwback to the blackest specimen from the wilds." —Robert C. Byrd, in a letter to Sen. Theodore Bilbo (D-MS), 1946
But, that real "Cracker" was re-elected to the Seante from Virginia many times over the ensuing year and used the blatnat "N" word over and over and over in speeches on the floor of the Senate- that´s a real Democrat for ya! Black racists loved him and always poured out to support his re-election. He and Charles Rangle were good friends!
Rangel is trying to rile-up the Tea Party folks, and link them with the old Southern Democrats like Wallace, Fullbright, Gore and so many others who opposed Civil Right´s for Blacks.
It´s all part of the design, folks. Just get the message into enough people´s conscience that they question it.
Don´t fall for it.
Just vote in 2014 for ANY Republican so we can build the majorities in the House, and take back the Senate. Only then will there be any changes made to get this economy back into gear, and to stop the liberal transformation of America.
ANY Republican is better than any Democrat.
Sitting on your hands, "protest votes", etc.. only ensure Democrats need that many fewer to win that elected office.
I´ll be even some of the more liberal Republicans have more in common with conservative values, than any Democrat will.
Charlie Rangel -- a black bigot, poverty pimp, sleazy politician with no redeeming qualities evident. Wasn´t he all set to be censured and chased out of Congress for gross corruption? I recall his advocates pleading tearfully for him to be allowed, after all these years, the dignity of retiring at the end of the term, instead. . .
The very instant he declared himself as a candidate for reelection, the proceedings against him should have been restarted in earnest.
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