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July 26, 2013

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Avon

A house of Congress that punishes its members in a corrupt way (such as by secretly violating its own rules) not only voids any validity of its own act, but loses any right to escape the law. I doubt an anti-Rangel citizen would ever contend otherwise, if such corrupt discipline across party lines occurred within the White House rather than Boehner's House!

To accept governmental injustice, illegality or corruption like a man is mousy and unpatriotic.

Roxanna

He's guilty, and he got censured. He needs to quit whining and take it like a man.

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