Rangel was convicted yesterday on 11 charges of violating congressional ethics rules.
Here's how the Post reports it:
Many voters said the legendary Harlem politician -- once one of the most powerful Democrats in Congress -- had let them down.Click here to read more from the New York Post.
"He's a crook! It's basic common sense. He cheated on his taxes. He stole from us. He should resign," said 29-year-old cashier Michelle Ross.
Nurse's aide Charmaine West, 40, said, "He should pay. He did a terrible thing. Congressmen are supposed to be above this."
Eric Grace, 43, a customer-service representative, said Rangel should "throw in the towel" because he "doesn't have the right values to be in office."