Being Publicly Censured Means Never Having to Act Like You’re Sorry


Representative Charlie Rangel survived that utterly inhumane 45-second censure for his eleven ethics violations in the House last week. (You were worried, weren’t you?) In a bold, befitting move for the openly unapologetic congressman, Rangel suited up in a polka-dot opera scarf and bow tie and walked the red carpet at the Kennedy Center Honors this evening in D.C., because why should public censure at the hands of our nation’s leaders stop you from facing, you know, the public? [Politico Click]