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(in alphabethical order)
Edison Misla Aldarondo, Republican legislator, was sentenced to 13 years in prison for molestation
of his daughter and her friend for eight-year period starting when they were 9. 
Randal David Ankeney, Republican activist, arrested on suspicion of sexual assault on a child with
force. He faces 6 charges related to getting a 13-year-old girl stoned on pot and then having sex
with her.  Also accused of sexually assaulting another girl. 
Jim Bakker, televangelist with Pat Robertson at Robertson's Christian Broadcasting network.
Committed adultery with Jessica Hahn  and then used charitable donations to pay her hush
money. Fellow televangelists say he's gay.  Indicted on 23 federal charges of fraud, tax
evasion, and racketeering .
Merrill Robert Barter, Republican County Commissioner, pleaded guilty to unlawful sexual contact and
assault on a teenage boy. 
Robert Bauman, Republican congressman and anti-gay activist, was charged with having sex with a
16-year-old boy he picked up at a gay bar. 
Parker J. Bena, Republican activist and Bush Elector, pleaded guilty to possession of child
pornography (including children as young as 3 years old) on his home computer and was sentenced to
30 months in federal prison and fined $18,000. 
Louis Beres, chairman of the Christian Coalition of Oregon. 3 of his family members accuse him of
molesting them when they were pre-teens. 
Howard L. Brooks, Republican legislative aide and advisor to a California assemblyman, was charged
with molesting a 12-year old boy and possession of child pornography. 
John Bolton Bush's appointee ambassador to United Nations, corroborated allegations that Mr.
Bolton’s first wife, Christina Bolton, was forced to engage in group sex have not been refuted by
the State Department. 
Mike Bowers Former State Attorney General, prosecuted the famous Bowers vs. Hardwick case, based on
Georgia anti-sodomy laws. Admitted to a 10-year adulterous affair. 
Andrew Buhr, Republican politician, former committeeman for Hadley Township Missouri, was charged
with two counts of first degree sodomy with a 13-year old boy. 
Ted Bundy campaigned for the Republican Party. Infamous serial rapist who murdered 16 women. 
Jim Bunn Congressman of Oregon: With his success due in great part to support from the Christian
Coalition, Bunn won his congressional seat, then left his wife (and mother of his five children),
married a staffer, and put his new wife on the state payroll with a salary of $97,500. 
John Allen Burt, Republican anti-abortion activist, convicted of sexually molesting a 15 year old
girl at the home for troubled girls that he ran.
Dan Burton, Republican Congressman who, while married, fathered a child by another woman. 
George W. Bush, Republican president, accused in a criminal complaint and lawsuit of raping Margie
Schoedinger, who later committed suicide. Accused by Tammy Phillips, a former stripper quoted in the
National Enquirer in 2000 saying she had an affair with Bush that had ended in 1999.
John Butler, Republican activist, was charged with criminal sexual assault on a teenage girl.
Ken Calvert, Congressman (R-Ca), champion of the Christian Coalition and its "family values." Sued
as an alimony deadbeat by his ex-wife. Said "We can't forgive what occurred between the President
and Lewinsky." In 1993 he was caught by police receiving oral sex from a prostitute and attempted to
flee the scene.
Helen Chenoweth, Congresswoman (R-Id.). 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. 
Keola Childs, Republican County Councilman, pleaded guilty to sexual assault in the first degree for
molesting a male child.
Kevin Coan, Republican St. Louis Election Board official, arrested and charged with trying to buy
sex from a 14-year-old girl whom he met on the Internet.
Dan Crane, Republican Congressman, married, father of six. Received a 100% "Morality Rating" from
Christian Voice. Had sex with a minor working as a congressional page.  On July 20, the House
voted for censure Crane, the first time that censure had been imposed for sexual misconduct.
Paul Crouch Televangelist, Former President of Trinity Broadcasting Network (TBN). Paid $425,000 in
hush money in an attempt to cover up a gay affair.
Richard A. Dasen Sr., Republican benefactor of conservative Christian groups, convicted of sexual
abuse of children, promotion of prostitution and several counts of solicitation, enough to add up to
a sentence of 126 years in prison. 
Richard A. Delgaudio, Republican fundraiser and Bush pioneer, was found guilty of child porn
Peter Dibble, Republican legislator pleaded no contest to having an inappropriate relationship with
a 13-year-old girl. 
Nicholas Elizondo, Director of the Young Republican Federation molested his 6-year old daughter and
was sentenced to six years in prison. 
Larry Dale Floyd, Republican Constable in Denton County, Texas Precinct Two. Arrested for allegedly
crossing state lines to have sex with an 8-year old child and was charged with 7 related offenses.
Age 62 at time of arrest. 
John Fund, of the Wall Street Journal, a prominent anti-abortion columnist and GOP fund raiser. He
lost his position after it was revealed that he impregnated the daughter of an old girlfriend and
then encouraged her to abort his child. 
Jeff Gannon Partisan blogger with no journalism credentials and a fake name who got invited to
Bush's Press conferences. Is also a pimp and a gay prostitute.
Jack W. Gardner, Republican Councilman, had been convicted of molesting a 13-year old girl. when the
Republican Party, knowing of these crimes, put him on the ballot.
Richard Gardner, a Nevada State Representative (R), admitted to molesting his two daughters. 
Newt Gingrich, married three times. Gingrich campaign worker Anne Manning admitted that she gave
Newt oral sex while he was still married to his first wife. Informed one wife he was filing for
divorce while she was in the hospital recovering from cancer treatments.
Philip Giordano, Republican mayor sentenced to 37 years for forcing two 8 and 10 year old girls to
perform oral sex on him in his City Hall office. 
Rudy Giuliani, had an adulterous affair.
Matthew Glavin, president and CEO of the Southeastern Legal Foundation, big player in the Clinton
Impeachment, and many anti-gay jihads, has been arrested multiple times for public indeceny, one
time fondling the crotch of the officer who was arresting him. 
Mark A. Grethen, Republican activist, convicted on six counts of sex crimes involving children.
Jon Grunseth, Republican businessman and candidate for Minnesota governor, withdrew his candidacy
after allegations surfaced that he went swimming in the nude with four underage girls, including his
daughter, and tried to grope one. 
Dr. W. David Hager Bush appointee, member of Focus on the Family's Physician Resource Council,
player in movement to ban the morning-after-pill. Had an adulterous affair, before divorcing his
wife he sexually abused her, including sodomizing her in her sleep.
Mark Harris, Republican city councilman who is described as a "church goer," was convicted of
repeatedly having sex with an 11-year-old girl and sentenced to 12 years in prison.
John Hathaway, Republican Senate candidate, was accused of having sex with his 12-year old baby
sitter and withdrew his candidacy after the allegations were reported in the media. 
Howard Scott Heldreth, anti-abortion activist who gained fame during the Shiavo media-circus, was
convicted of two charges of raping a child in 2002. 
Mike Hintz, a First Assembly of God youth pastor, introduced by Bush on the campaign trail, and
promoted his policies. Says he supports Bush's values. Two months later, this married father of
four turned himself into police, charged with the sexual exploitation of a child. 
Neal Horsley has called for the arrest of all homosexuals. Admitted on the Fox News Radio's The Alan
Colmes Show, that he's had sex with mules.
Tim Hutchinson, divorced his wife of 29 years to marry a congressional aide he was having an affair
Henry Hyde, Judge who oversaw Clinton's impeachment proceedings, prominent opponent of reproductive
rights, who had an extramarital affair with a woman who was married and had three children, during
the course of which she and her husband were divorced. 
Don Haidl, Assistant Sheriff of Orange Country, in violation of California's rape shield law, led a
smear campaign against the child his son poisoned and then violently gang-raped on videotape, adding
up to 24 felony counts. He said that his son "acted accordingly" because the child was a "slut". 
Paul Ingram, Republican Party leader of Thurston County, Washington, pleaded guilty to six counts of
raping his daughters and served 14 years in federal prison.
Earl Kimmerling, sentenced to 40 years in prison after he confessed to molesting an 8-year old girl
after he attempted to stop a gay couple from adopting her.
Lewis Libby, former Assistant to the President and Chief of Staff to Vice President Dick Cheney. In
1996 published a novel containing bizaree sexual content, including beastiality and pedophillia. 
Rush Limbaugh, triple-divorcee, 30-pill a day drug addict. 
Bob Livingston, former Congressman (R-La.) resigned from the House in the wake of revelations about
his past adultery.
Donald Lukens, Republican Congressman, was found guilty of having sex with a minor - a girl he was
accused of sleeping with since she was 13. 
Pat McPherson, Douglas County Election Commissioner. Arrested for fondling a 17-year-old girl. 
Jon Matthews, Republican talk show host in Houston, was indicted for indecency with a child,
including exposing his genitals to a girl under the age of 17. 
Jeff Miller, (R-Cleveland), Senate Republican Caucus Chairman in Tennessee and the sponsor of
Tennessee’s Marriage Protection act, getting divorced (as of April 2005) because of an affair he was
having with an office aid.
Miller described the Tennessee Marriage Protection Act as a means of preserving the sanctity of
marriage. He opposed an amendment, however, which stated that “Adultery is deemed to be a threat to
the institution of marriage and contrary to public policy in Tennessee.
By AfricaBambaNovember 17, 2006 - 3:16pm