Rep. Charlie Rangel (D-N.Y.) says he doesn’t understand the Tea Party, “a cult-type of group” and that to campaign to repeal laws “is illness.”“So politics is changing for me at this late age, to have to deal with a cult-type of group of people,” Rangel says.
“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by the House, the Senate, and declared constitutional by the courts - and they campaign on the issue that it should be repealed- this is past Civics 101.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,” Rangel saysHey Charlie, just because the Democrat party passed a bill, and the Supreme Court said it was OK, that does not mean it is a good law. And repealing a bad law is not an illness. It is common sense.
How many lies do you need the President to tell you Charlie? People will not be keeping their doctor. People will not be keeping their insurance plan.Over 5 million people have lost their insurance. 2 million signed up for Medicaid and Obamacare. That is a net NEGATIVE 3 million Charlie.
“There is something going on in this country that I don’t understand and that’s the Tea Party.”That is your problem Charlie. You are more worried about not losing than doing the right thing. You are more worried about buying votes to keep you in office than worrying about how the country is going to pay off $17 Trillion in debt. See more here
“I have never met or dealt with politicians that don’t mind losing, that don’t mind taking down their party, the Republican Party, or their speaker or the country – or the president or the party for that matter.”