Skip to comments.Charlie Rangel Goes off the Liberal Plantation
Posted on 03/13/2013 4:58:27 PM PDT by wesagain
New York Congressman Charlie Rangel was asked by MSNBC anchor and openly homosexual Thomas Roberts what he thought about the next Pope and the direction of the Catholic Church. Here was Rangels response:
I hope they stick by their guns on same-sex marriage and telling a woman what she should do with her body.
Wow! Where has Charlie been all these years? Lets see if the Gaystapo go after him to force an apology out of him. It doesnt take them long to hunt down anyone who utters a word against their so-called lifestyle choice.
Liberals will attack Rangel by saying that hes old and senile. He doesnt know what hes saying. The mans 83 years old. What do you expect?
Its also possible that the media will not report on the story. They dont like to see one of their own flee the liberal plantation. Thomas Roberts was caught off guard. He had no idea that Rangel, a liberal Democrat, would ever say such a thing.
No one has to join the Roman Catholic Church. If you dont like the churchs positions on abortion and homosexuality, then dont become a Roman Catholic. If you dont like the rules regarding celibacy (which I think are unbiblical and against nature), then dont become a priest.
I will take exception to Rangel on his abortion comment. The fight against abortion is not about telling a woman what she should do with her body. The point of the argument is that a pre-born baby is not part of a womans body. A pre-born baby is not like..........
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Sarcasm is too deep for some people.
i thought this as well. i believe he hopes they do this so that people like himself can continue to use christianity in general as a whipping boy for their divide and conquer, dialectic tactics.
Sick and evil and twisted.
Whoever writes this blog should change it to, “Fredo Politics,” because he is an idiot.
Is this your blog?
Yes, if he was genuinely pro-life he wouldn’t use that wording. Definitely being sarcastic.
Rangel is an old-fashioned crooked politician.
I don’t think he’s cool with the newer sort, who champion perverse lifestyles at the same time as they’re looting the treasury.
I guess that makes him a better sort of crook.
New York Congressman Charlie Rangel was asked by MSNBC anchor and openly homosexual Thomas Roberts what he thought about the next Pope and the direction of the Catholic Church. Here was Rangels response: "I hope they stick by their guns on same-sex marriage and telling a woman what she should do with her body."Pimps stick to their guns on same-sex marriage and telling a woman what she should do with her body, and that's not racist, because 99% of all pimps are white.
Looks like someone missed the point.
Rangel thinks sticking to their guns would be a BAD THING for Catholics and Republicans.
He thinks that the more enlightened (like him) know better about homos and abortion
“Is this your blog?”
Sure seems like it.
I don’t know that I’d be so quick to admit ownership of it were it mine, thigh, if this post is any example of the overall quality.
Imho, it’s poor quality.
I too have been curious about Rangel’s love affair
regarding the draft. I suspect his motives. He figures
that if there was a draft then it would be more difficult for
the government to commit the troops to military
actions because it would incite massive national
protests ala the Vietnam era.
It would appear that Gary Demar may have undiagnosed Asperger’s Disorder.
I’ve heard Charlie rant about the offspring of the
wealthy regarding military service and the draft
but I have never actually heard him admit that
he supports it because it would turn out the
protesters enmasse if Uncle Sam decided we
needed to do some overseas killing. But, then,
following Rangel’s career is not a hobby for me
or you, I would assume.
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