Monday, September 13, 2010

Michael McCaul, One Of The Republicans Prosecuting Charlie Rangel, Is Just As Guilty As Rangel... Actually Much More So


Which one is the likeliest crook? Go ahead... take a guess

Today's NY Daily News suggested a Double House Ethics Trial: Democratic crook Charlie Rangel and Republican crook Michael McCaul. They neglected to mention, that white congressional crooks and black congressional crooks are held to different standards in Washington.
The ranking Republican on the ethics panel that will decide the fate of Harlem Rep. Charlie Rangel is reportedly in a bit of an ethics pickle himself.

Wealthy Texas Rep. Michael McCaul apparently failed to fully disclose dozens of stock transactions worth millions of dollars on his annual federal financial disclosure reports for 2008 and 2009, according to the Capitol Hill newspaper Roll Call.

Rangel faces a trial this fall before the House Ethics Committee for allegedly failing to paying taxes (which he has since done) and neglecting to disclose all the property he owns. He has already lost his slot as chairman of the powerful House Ways and Means Committee.

With no shortage of irony, McCaul also did not fully disclose the millions of dollars he took in from the sale in 2008 of Clear Channel stocks owned by his wife Linda, Roll Call reported
McCaul’s office issued a statement in which the lawmaker blamed his accountant for the error.

Sounds kind of like what Rangel has been using as his excuse too. Although McCaul is also blaming one of his children for selling between $1,000,000 and $5,000,000 worth of stock without reporting it. Here's a photo of McCaul and his crooked Clear Channel wife and their children. Can you guess which child is running the stock scam that netted 100 times more cash than Charlie Rangel's did?

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At 9:54 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

The one with the big red republican bow?


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