Nancy Pelosi's Wonky Swamp Cleaner and Charles Rangel

By John W. Lillpop

San Francisco's very own Nancy Pelosi was at the forefront of the liberal overthrow of the U.S. government in 2006 with her silly rhetoric to "drain the swamp," shut down the "culture of corruption," and other asinine promises she had no intention of honoring.

Once the American people had actually been duped into granting liberals far too much power for any civilized society to endure, Madam Speaker declared victory and proudly hailed the emergence of a "new day in America."

Less than three years later, it is clear that Pelosi's much- ballyhooed swamp cleaner needs a major overhaul so as to ferret out the muck and slime feeding at the very bottom of the swamp.

Specifically, Pelosi needs to reboot her crud screen to catch the likes of tax fraud Rep. Charles Rangel who, remarkably enough, continues to "serve" as Chairman of the Ways and Means Committee with Pelosi's corrupt blessings.

For the record, Rangel is a liberal Democrat.

As reported, in part, by the New York Post *,

"Rep. Charles Rangel failed to report as much as $1.3 million in outside income -- including up to $1 million for a Harlem building sale -- on financial-disclosure forms he filed between 2002 and 2006, according to newly amended records.
The documents also show the embattled chairman of the Ways and Means Committee -- who is being probed by the House Ethics Committee -- failed to reveal a staggering $3 million in various business transactions over the same period."
Which causes one to challenge another Pelosism from 2006 when she said, 'Perhaps it will take a woman to clean the U.S. House."

That may very well be true, but next time the American people need to insist on a competent and ethical woman.

Sending Pelosi back to San Francisco in 2010 with her wonky swamp cleaner in tow will surely bring about a "New Day in America," and one worthy of mass celebration!