Anonymous Report This Comment
Date: March 13, 2007 11:56PM
Anonymous Report This Comment
Date: March 14, 2007 05:27PM
If you think the GOP has fewer pedophiles, closet homosexuals and thieves, then
you haven't been watching the news or reading the papers.
But then again, you're probably only watch Fox News.
Ever heard of Jack Abramoff, Mark Foley, Don Sherwood, and the dozens of other
Republicans who were involved in theft and sex scandals prior to the Nov. 11
Check it out for yourself:
anon Report This Comment
Date: March 14, 2007 07:56PM
well you are obviously a a leftist fag:
here is just a small amount of proof the left are worse. lets hear the argument
REP. MARIO BIAGGI (D-NY): In 1988 he was convicted of obstructing justice, tax
evasion, conspiracy, extortion, and accepting bribes.
CORRINNE BROWN (D-FL): Failed to pay unemployment taxes to the state of Florida;
sued by several airlines for unpaid bills and falsified travel reports; failed
to report sale of her Tallahassee travel agency; improperly reported the sale of
her Gainesville travel agency; sued by Whirlpool Corp. for unpaid bills; pursued
by the IRS for $14,228 in unpaid taxes; investigations by the House Ethics
Committee for possible acceptance of bribes; refused to file reports in the
House about potential conflicts of interest while overseeing airlines she dealt
with through her travel agencies; charged with money laundering.
REP. ALBERT BUSTAMANTE (D-TX): Convicted in 1993 of racketeering and accepting
an illegal gratuity.
TONY COELHO (D-CA): Currently under investigation for fraud while serving as
U.S. Commissioner General of Expo '98 in Lisbon, Portugal.* He was Al Gore's
primary presidential campaign manager until he resigned citing health
REP. WES COOLEY (R-OR): Convicted of falsifying VA loan applications. Paid
$7,000 in fines plus court costs, and placed on probation. Subsequently tried to
gather support to get re-elected to Congress.*
REP. JERRY COSTELLO (D-IL):
REP. BOB DORNAN (R-CA): In 1983 attempted to leave Grenada with a stolen AK-47.
It was confiscated by the Army and destroyed.
REP. WALTER FAUNTROY (D-DC): Financial disclosure misdemeanor (1995).
REP. BARNEY FRANK (D-MA): Accessory to a male prostitute who ran a whorehouse in
their Washington townhouse.
REP. NEWT GINGRICH (R-GA):
STATE REP. ALCEE L. HASTINGS (D-FL): From the 1998 Almanac of American Politics:
"He was impeached by the House of Representatives by a vote of 426-3 in
1988 and convicted and removed from office by the Senate by a vote of 69-26. The
impeachment arose from allegations that Hastings conspired with a friend to
accept $150,000 for giving two convicted swindlers a break in sentencing.
Hastings was acquitted in a criminal trial in 1983, but the friend was
convicted. In the House, the case for impeachment was made by John Conyers,
senior member of the Congressional Black Caucus. Removed from the bench,
Hastings was unapologetic."
SEN. JESSE HELMS (R-NC): In 1990, the Helms campaign sent out 125,000 postcards
primarily to black North Carolina voters claiming that they might not be able to
vote, and would be prosecuted for vote fraud if they tried. His campaign, the
North Carolina Republican party, and four consulting and marketing firms were
charged with violations of the Voting Rights Act. The Helms campaign signed an
admission of guilt (claiming later that they didn't have the money to fight it
in court), but Helms and his staff were never prosecuted.
REP. CARROL HUBBARD (D-KY): Convicted in 1994 of misappropriation of funds.
JAY KIM (R-CA): Convicted of accepting illegal campaign contributions from
REP. GERALD KLECZKA (D-WI): Convicted of DUI in 1987; arrested for DUI in 1990
REP. JOE KOLTER (D-PA): Fraud and conspiracy (1996).
REP. NORMAN LENT (R-NY): In 1982 tried to have fifty counterfeit Rolex watches
mailed to him from Taiwan.
REP. DONALD E. "BUZ" LUKENS (R-OH): In 1989 was convicted of
contributing to the delinquency of a minor.
REP. NICK MAVROULES (D-MA): In 1991 pleaded guilty to charges of bribery and tax
REP. EDWARD MEZVINSKY (D-IA): Indicted in March of 2001 on federal fraud
charges. Claimed that he developed mental problems after using a malaria drug
called Lariam. "Clearly, the responsibility lies with the
manufacturers," claimed Mezvinsky's lawyer, Michael Barrett.*
REP. JAMES MORAN (D-VA): Charged with spousal abuse, and assault and battery. A
regular instigator of bar fights while mayor of Alexandria, VA, his position
made him immune to arrest. Once said he thought about becoming a boxer because
"I like to hit people."
REP. AUSTIN J. MURPHY (D-PA): Vote fraud, including forgery, conspiracy, and
tampering with federal records (1999).*
REP. MARY ROSE OAKAR (D-OH): Charged with seven federal felonies related to
financial-disclosure irregularities (1998).
SEN. BOB PACKWOOD (R-OR): Charged with sexual harassment. Oddly enough, many of
the women named as harassees defended Senator Packwood.
REP. CARL PERKINS (D-KY): In 1994 pleaded guilty to filing a false
financial-disclosure statement, conspiracy to file false statements with the
Federal Election Commission, and bank fraud. Sentenced in March of 1995.
REP. MEL REYNOLDS (D-IL): In 1995 was convicted of having sex with a minor and
CHARLIE ROSE (D-NC): Financial disclosure irregularities (1994).
REP. DAN ROSTENKOWSKI (D-IL): Illegally converted official funds to his personal
use and mail fraud; accused in 1996 of embezzling $700,000 from the federal
government, he was charged with 13 of the original 17 counts against him. Went
to prison after serving in Congress; now back in Washington working as a
REP. LARRY SMITH (D-FL): In 1993 was convicted of income tax evasion and
REP. PAT SWINDALL (R-GA): In 1988 was convicted of perjury.
REP. JIM TRAFICANT (D-OH): Indicted on 5/4/01 by a Cleveland, OH federal grand
jury for bribery, tax evasion, racketeering, conspiracy, and obstruction of
justice. Found guilty of all charges in April 2002.
REP. WALTER TUCKER (D-CA): Federal extortion charges; convicted of accepting
$30,000 worth of bribes while a Congressman, and sentenced to 27 months in the
REP. J.C. WATTS (R-OK):
CHARLES WILSON (D-TX): In 1995 was forced to pay a $90,000 fine to the Federal