“Important as re-elections are in the House and the Senate, the integrity of our country is far more important,” Rangel said. “Just bringing us together and saying that we are going to work to get jobs for the people training for the people. People want to believe. We have given them no reason to believe.”
And Rangel said that the Republicans have to decide if they are willing to give in to the demands of the Tea Party, even if it means costing the country its solvency.
“The Tea Party is responsible for the Republican Party, and they have to decide whether they are going to recapitulate and continue to have the majority or whether they are going to say, ‘This costs too much, to go along with people who everyone agrees have their own agenda, that has nothing to do with the United States of America.”‘
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