Rep. Charlie Rangel Promoting Slavery Again

August 5, 2013   |   Tags: , ,
Charlie Rangel Plays His Role as Slavemaster
Charlie Rangel Plays His Role as Slavemaster

So, here is the deal.  Good old Charles Rangel, representing a piece of New York City, is continuing his slavery campaign.  He started this involuntary servitude campaign in 2003.

In 2011, he stood for a chat with John Stossel on the Fox Business channel.  The video at the link is over seven minutes long, and there is no chance that he is being misrepresented.  He stands firmly on the ground that Americans should be forced to work against their will for the government.

In February, 2013 he introduced another slavery bill.  This time he wants the slavery to be more ‘fair’ by including women.

One only hopes that good ol’ Charlie stays in the public eye at least another decade, when he can propose a federal slavery bill for children too.  You know, for fairness.

Steve is a graduate of the University of Tennessee, Finance.  He is a 30 year veteran Aviation Officer of the Army National Guard and Army Reserve, and former Defense Contractor in Resource Management.  He has always had a libertarian streak, no matter which major Party flag he flew. Today he is a Minarchist leaning to Anarcho-Capitalism. He and his wife reside in a secret, undisclosed, subterranean lair with the clan motto of “Leave us alone and nobody gets hurt.” The Anarchist’s Soufflé  Book is Steve’s current work in progress, along with Time Bomber: The Forgotten Yippie, coming soon any year now.  Steve has been published by the Reason Foundation, and the Foundation for Economic Education.  Follow Steve @AustrianAnarchy and view his Austrian Anarchy blog.


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