Thursday, November 18, 2010

House ethics committee votes to admonish Rangel to not get caught next time.

I'm oh so surprised.

Washington (CNN) -- The House ethics committee voted 9-1 on Thursday to censure Rep. Charles Rangel, D-New York, in response to multiple rules violations committed by the 20-term congressman.
In essence, if the whole house votes for censure Rangel will have to stand before congress and be told, "You've been a bad boy, now say you're sorry and don't do it again."  And then he'll be free to go do it again, but he'd damned well better not get caught or they may have to sternly tell him he's been a bad boy.

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