RICHARD M. SCAIFE |
JOHN ENSIGN |
MARK SANFORD |
TOM COBURN |
DAN BURTON |
DICK ARMEY |
LAMAR ALEXANDER |
ROY BLUNT |
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JIM BUNNING |
RICHARD BURR |
KEN CALVERT |
ERIC CANTOR |
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BILL NELSON |
| LATE JERRY FALWELL
SEN. CRAPO |
TOM DELAY |
DOUG LAMBORN |
THE FAR RIGHT PURPOSE
JUDD GREGG |
JEFF GANNON |
REPUBLICAN HALL OF SHAME |
LARRY PRATT |
WALLY HERGER |
JOHNNY ISAKSON |
JEB BUSH |
MIKE JOHANNS |
JOHN MCCAIN |
NEWT GINGRICH |
BILL O'REILLY |
SARAH PALIN |
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GEORGE ROCHE |
MITT ROMNEY |
RONALD REAGAN |
KARL ROVE |
RICHARD SHELBY |
REPUBLICANS WHO VOTED FOR RAPE
LT. GOV. ANDRE BAUER |
CHRISTIAN HIJACK |
MIKE MCINTYRE |
JOE PITTS |
HEATH SHULER |
BART STUPAK |
CHIP PICKERING |
TEA BAGGERS |
JOHN ASHCROFT |
LOUIS SHELDON |
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THE TRUTH ABOUT
REPUBLICANS BY GEORGE CARLIN
Most of the following people attacked
President Bill Clinton on the grounds
of moral decency, and many actually voted to impeach him. But it wouldn't be fair to leave
it at that if we didn't also examine their personal lives. So let's take a look...
REP HENRY HYDE (D-Illinois):
Hyde chaired the House Judiciary Committee which impeached President Clinton, and served
as the chief prosecutor of President Clinton in the Senate trial. Hyde claims to be the
"conscience" of the House, but concealed his own affair and called for an FBI
investigation of the source when it was revealed. He claims to champion "family
values", but his five-year affair with a married woman named Cherie Snodgrass
(pictured) broke up her marriage. Meanwhile, Fred Snodgrass, the jilted husband, told Salon:
"These politicians were going on about how he should have been on the Supreme Court,
what a great man he is, how we're lucky to have him in Congress in charge of the
impeachment case. And all I can think of is here is this man, this hypocrite who broke up
my family." Hyde called the affair a "youthful indiscretion," (although he
was just about as old as Clinton). He supports the political "death penalty" for
President Clinton's affair, but claims a "statute of limitations" for his own.
REP NEWT GINGRICH (R-Georgia):
Gingrich just finished another divorce on charges of adultery and has remarried a former
aide in Congress. This is nothing new. Although opposed to President Clinton on most
issues, he does agree that "oral sex is not sex." According to Newt campaign
worker Anne Manning, in 1977 she gave Newt oral sex while he was still married to his
first wife. She told Vanity Fair, "we had oral sex. He prefers that modus
operandi because then he can say, 'I never slept with her.'" In another example of
"family values" he presented his first wife (his high school math teacher) with
divorce papers in her hospital bed while she recovered from cancer surgery. Despite all of
this, The Irish Times reports that the real reason Gingrich resigned from Congress
was that Hustler Magazine had credit card receipts showing that he paid for
REP BILL THOMAS (R-California):
This 11-term Republican is chair of the Ways and Means subcommittee on Health, and she is
a powerful lobbyist for health-care companies. In June, the Bakersfield Californian
reported that Thomas, who is married, was having an affair with healthcare lobbyist
Deborah Steelman. In an "open letter to friends and neighbors" (voters), Thomas
did not deny the relationship, but said during his legislative career, "I have never
let my public decisions be influenced by any factor other than what I thought was best and
right on your behalf ... Any personal failures of commitment or responsibility to my wife,
family, or friends are just that, personal. I have never traded a public responsibility
for a personal one and I never will."
REP BOB LIVINGSTON (R-La.):
Livingston was chosen to replace Gingrich as Speaker of the House. But to the horror of
fellow Republicans, Livingston turned out to be an even bigger public relations nightmare
than Newt. While Congress plowed ahead in their investigation of President Clinton's
infidelities and Livingston prepared to take over the Speakership, Bob suddenly admitted
that he had committed adultery "on occasion." Then the press discovered there
had been quite a few occasions. A day later he dramatically announced he would
resign, saying he wanted to set an example for President Clinton to follow...
... but according to The Irish Times, the real reason for the resignation is
that tapes of Livingston engaging in sado-masochistic sex talk are in the possession of Hustler
REP DICK ARMEY (R-Texas):
Dick is the second most-powerful man in the House of Representatives, the Majority Leader.
A former college professor, Dick has been accused by The Dallas Observer of
sexually harassing female students. Young females were exposed to a veritable army of
REP BOB BARR (R-Georgia):
House Judiciary Committee member Barr was the first Representative to call for President
Clinton's impeachment - even before the Monica Lewinsky story broke. In 1992, Barr
was seen licking whipped cream off the chests of two women in bustiers at a benefit for
the Leukemia Society. [Source: The Washington Post - May 29, 1996 and May 30, 1996] As for
his "family values," this sponsor of the Defense of Marriage Act has been
married three times -- his second divorce involved a trial in which he lied about his
long-term adulterous relationship with a woman named Jerri Dobbin, whom Barr eventually
made his third wife. After the divorce, Barr's child support failings led his ex-wife Gail
to provide details of her abortion to Larry Flynt. Gail reported that Barr, one of the
most militant abortion opponents in Congress who would outlaw all abortions, actually paid
for her abortion.
REP DAN BURTON (R-Indiana):
The Chairman of the House Government Reform & Oversight Committee. He hates President
Clinton so much that he publicly called him a "scumbag". Following an expose,
Burton was forced to admit that he fathered an out-of-wedlock child, a fact he denied for
Still, he has yet to admit that during 38 years of marriage he has committed adultery
with dozens (or perhaps hundreds) of women, sexually assaulted others (including a
lobbyist for Planned Parenthood), and kept mistresses on his campaign and public payrolls
- to the tune of at least a half-million dollars.
REP CHARLES CANADY (R-Florida):
Judiciary Committee member. A leading opponent of abortion, Canady lied to his
constituents about his adulterous affair with Sharon Becker, which caused her divorce from
Florida businessman Robert Becker.
REP J.C. WATTS (R-Oklahoma):
Watts has risen to the #4 leadership position in the House by loudly championing
"moral values." But Watts, a former football player, has spent years covering up
his out-of-wedlock children.
REP HELEN CHENOWETH (R-Id.):
In her 1998 campaign, Chenoweth admitted to a six-year adulterous affair with a married
associate. In 1995, Chenoweth had denied the affair when asked about it by The Spokane
Spokesman-Review, but now she claims a pardon from a higher authority: "I've
asked for God's forgiveness, and I've received it," she revealed.
SIDE NOTE: Chenoweth also claims that the government is using secret black helicopters
to enforce the Endangered Species Act, which she vehemently opposes. She has broken
campaign finance laws on at least two occasions.
REP SUE MYRICK (R-NC):
Myrick describes herself as a "devout Christian." In 1989, Myrick was running
for a second term as Charlotte mayor when news reports revealed that she committed
adultery with a married man in 1973. Myrick admitted the adultery and won reelection.
REP KEN CALVERT (R-Ca):
Calvert is a champion of the Christian Coalition and its "family values." But he
was sued as an alimony deadbeat by his ex-wife. He also said "We can't forgive what
occurred between the President and Lewinsky." But in 1993 he was caught by police
receiving oral sex from a prostitute and attempted to flee the scene.
REP JOHN PETERSON (R-Pa):
Peterson has been accused of sexual harassment and creation of a hostile work environment
by six women. Peterson has refused to admit a crime, saying only "I may have been an
REP. JOHN YOUNG (D-Tex.):
On June 11, 1976, Colleen Gardner, a former staff secretary to Young, told the New York
Times that Young increased her salary after she gave in to his sexual advances. In
November, Young, who had run unopposed in the safe Democratic district five consecutive
times, was reelected with just 61 percent of the vote. The scandal wouldn't go away, and
in 1978 Young was defeated in a Democratic primary runoff.
REP. ALLAN HOWE (D-Utah):
On June 13, 1976, Howe was arrested in Salt Lake City on charges of soliciting two
policewomen posing as prostitutes. Howe insisted he was set up and refused to resign. But
the Democratic Party distanced itself from his candidacy and he was trounced by his
Republican opponent in the November election.
REP. FRED RICHMOND (D-N.Y.):
In April 1978, Richmond was arrested in Washington for soliciting sex from a 16-year-old
boy. Richmond apologized for his actions, conceding he "made bad judgments involving
my private life." In spite of a Democratic primary opponent's attempts to cash in on
the headlines, Richmond easily won renomination and reelection. But his career came to an
end four years later when, after pleading guilty to possession of marijuana and tax
evasion - and amid allegations that he had his staff procure cocaine for him -- he
resigned his seat.
REP. JOHN HINSON (D-Miss.):
On Aug. 8, 1980, during his first reelection bid, Hinson stunned everyone by announcing
that in 1976 he had been accused of committing an obscene act at a gay haunt in Virginia.
Hinson, married and a strong conservative, added that in 1977 he had survived a fire in a
gay D.C. movie theater. He was making the disclosure, he said, because he needed to clear
his conscience. But he denied he was a homosexual and refused GOP demands that he resign.
Hinson won reelection in a three-way race, with 39 percent of the vote. But three months
later, he was arrested on charges of attempted oral sodomy in the restroom of a House
office building. He resigned his seat on April 13, 1981.
REP. ROBERT BAUMAN (D-Md.):
On Oct. 3, 1980, Bauman, a leading "pro-family" conservative, pleaded innocent
to a charge that he committed oral sodomy on a teenage boy in Washington. Married and the
father of four, Bauman conceded that he had been an alcoholic but had been seeking
treatment. The news came as a shock to voters of the rural, conservative district, and he
lost to a Democrat in November.
REP. DAN CRANE (R-Ill.) and REP. GERRY STUDDS (D-Mass.):
The House ethics committee on July 14, 1983, announced that Crane and Studds had sexual
relationships with teenage congressional pages -- Crane with a 17-year-old female in 1980,
Studds with a 17-year-old male in 1973. Both admitted the charges that same day, and
Studds acknowledged he was gay. The committee voted to reprimand the two, but a back-bench
Georgia Republican named Newt Gingrich argued that they should be expelled. The full House
voted on July 20 instead to censure the two, the first time that ever happened for sexual
misconduct. Crane, married and the father of six, was tearful in his apology to the House,
while Studds refused to apologize. Crane's conservative district voted him out in 1984,
while the voters in Studds's more liberal district were more forgiving. Studds won
reelection in 1984 with 56 percent of the vote, and continued to win until he retired in
REP. ERNIE KONNYU (D-Calif.):
In August 1987, two former Konnyu aides complained to the San Jose Mercury News that the
freshman Republican had sexually harassed them. GOP leaders were unhappy with Konnyu's
temperament to begin with, so it took little effort to find candidates who would take him
on in the primary. Stanford professor Tom Campbell ousted Konnyu the following June.
SEN. BROCK ADAMS (D-Wash.):
On Sept. 27, 1988, Seattle newspapers reported that Kari Tupper, the daughter of Adams's
longtime friends, filed a complaint against the Washington Democrat in July of 1987,
charging sexual assault. She claimed she went to Adams's house in March 1987 to get him to
end a pattern of harassment, but that he drugged her and assaulted her. Adams denied any
sexual assault, saying they only talked about her employment opportunities. Adams
continued raising campaign funds and declared for a second term in February of 1992. But
two weeks later the Seattle Times reported that eight other women were accusing Adams of
sexual molestation over the past 20 years, describing a history of drugging and subsequent
rape. Later that day, while still proclaiming his innocence, Adams ended his campaign.
REP. JIM BATES (D-Calif.):
Roll Call quoted former Bates aides in October 1988 saying that the San Diego Democrat
made sexual advances toward female staffers. Bates called it a GOP-inspired smear
campaign, but also apologized for anything he did that might have seemed inappropriate.
The story came too close to Election Day to damage Bates, who won easily. However, the
following October the ethics committee sent Bates a "letter of reproval"
directing him to make a formal apology to the women who filed the complaint. Although the
district was not thought to be hospitable to the GOP, Randy "Duke" Cunningham, a
former Navy pilot who was once shot down over North Vietnam, ousted Bates in 1990 by fewer
than 2,000 votes.
REP. DONALD "BUZZ" LUKENS (R-Ohio):
On Feb. 1, 1989, an Ohio TV station aired a videotape of a confrontation between Lukens, a
conservative activist, and the mother of a Columbus teenager. The mother charged that
Lukens had been paying to have sex with her daughter since she was 13. On May 26, Lukens
was found guilty of contributing to the delinquency of a minor and sentenced to one month
in jail. Infuriating his fellow Republicans, Lukens refused to resign. But he finished a
distant third in the May 1990 primary. Instead of spending the remaining months of his
term in obscurity, Lukens was accused of fondling a Capitol elevator operator and he
resigned on October 24, 1990.
REP. GUS SAVAGE (D-Ill.):
The Washington Post reported on July 19, 1989, that Savage had fondled a Peace Corps
volunteer while on an official visit to Zaire. Savage called the story a lie and blamed it
on his political enemies and a racist media. (Savage is black.) In January 1990, the House
ethics committee decided that the events did occur, but decided against any disciplinary
action because Savage wrote a letter to the woman saying he "never intended to
offend" her. Savage was reelected in 1990, but finally ousted in the 1992 primary by
REP. BARNEY FRANK (D-Mass.):
In response to a story in the Aug. 25, 1989, Washington Times, Frank confirmed that he
hired Steve Gobie, a male prostitute, in 1985 to live with and work for him in his D.C.
apartment. But Frank, who is gay, said he fired Gobie in 1987 when he learned he was using
the apartment to run a prostitution service. The Boston Globe, among others, called on
Frank to resign, but he refused. On July 19, 1990, the ethics committee recommended Frank
be reprimanded because he "reflected discredit upon the House" by using his
congressional office to fix 33 of Gobie's parking tickets. Attempts to expel or censure
Frank failed; instead the House voted 408-18 to reprimand him. The fury in Washington was
not shared in Frank's district, where he won reelection in 1990 with 66 percent of the
vote, and has won by larger margins ever since.
REP. ARLAN STANGELAND (R-Minn.):
It was reported in January 1990 that Stangeland, married with seven children, had made
several hundred long-distance phone calls in 1986 and 1987 on his House credit card to or
from the residences of a female lobbyist. Stangeland acknowledged the calls and conceded
some of them may have been personal. But he insisted the relationship was not romantic.
Voters of his rural district were not buying, choosing a Democrat in November.
SEN. DANIEL INOUYE (D-Hawaii):
In October 1992, Republican Senate nominee Rick Reed began running a campaign commercial
that included a surreptitiously taped interview with Lenore Kwock, Inouye's hairdresser.
Kwock said Inouye had sexually forced himself on her in 1975 and continued a pattern of
sexual harassment, even as Kwock continued to cut his hair over the years. Inouye, seeking
a sixth term, denied the charges. And Kwock said that by running the commercial, Reed had
caused her more pain than Inouye had. Reed was forced to pull the ad, and while many
voters took out their anger on the Republican, Inouye was held to 57 percent of the vote -
the lowest total of his career. A week later, a female Democratic state legislator
announced that she had heard from nine other women who claimed Inouye had sexually
harassed them over the past decade. But the women didn't go public with their claims, the
local press didn't pursue the story, and the Senate Ethics Committee decided to drop the
investigation because the accusers wouldn't participate in an inquiry.
SEN. BOB PACKWOOD (R-Ore.):
Less than three weeks after Packwood narrowly won a fifth term, the Washington Post on
Nov. 22, 1992, reported allegations from 10 female ex-staffers that Packwood had sexually
harassed them. The Post had the story before the election, but didn't run it as Packwood
had denied the charges. With the story now out in the open, Packwood said that if any of
his actions were "unwelcome," he was "sincerely sorry." He then sought
alcohol counseling. But his longtime feminist allies were outraged, and with more women
coming forward with horror stories, there were calls for his resignation. It wasn't until
September of 1995 when, faced with the prospect of public Senate hearings and a vote to
expel, Packwood announced his resignation.
REP MEL REYNOLDS (D-Ill.):
Freshman Reynolds was indicted on Aug. 19, 1994, on charges of having sex with a
16-year-old campaign worker and then pressuring her to lie about it. Reynolds, who is
black, denied the charges and said the investigation was racially motivated. The GOP
belatedly put up a write-in candidate for November, but Reynolds dispatched him in the
overwhelmingly Democratic district with little effort. Reynolds was convicted on Aug. 22,
1995 of 12 counts of sexual assault, obstruction of justice and solicitation of child
pornography, was sentenced to five years in prison, and resigned his seat on October 1.