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Q: How many Republican politicians can you fit in the closet?
A: Evidently, all of them.

It’s gone past ridiculous and straight to the absurd. At this point, it appears your average public restroom has more gay Republicans in it than clean handtowels. The “holier-than-thou” party has spent an awful lot of time on their knees these past year, but they haven’t been doing a lot of praying.

I have no theories why this is the case, other than I think that being gay is the way God made some people and being conservative is a choice, and almost every Republican I’ve met thinks the opposite.

But why question it? The larger point is that if you enjoy seeing politicians destroyed by their own hypocrisy, it’s been a very, very good few years. So I give you the top republican gay sex scandals of the past few years..


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Mark Foley
U.S. Representative
(September 28, 2006)

The Crime: Sending sexually laced, gramatically challenged instant messages and e-mails to teenaged boys in the Congressional page program for more than 10 years.

The Hypocrisy: Chairman of the House Caucus on Missing and Exploited Children. One of the foremost opponents of child pornography in the Senate.

The Quote: “get a ruler and measure it for me”

Ted Haggard
Leader of the National Association of Evangelicals
(November 2006)

The Crime: Paying male prostitutes for sex and snorting crystal meth.

The Hypocrisy: A powerful force in the evangelical movement, Haggard participated in weekly meetings with President George Bush and top advisors where he gave spiritual advice. He taught that homosexuality was an abomination and actively lobbied against gay rights.

The Quote: “I did not have a homosexual relationship with a man in Denver.”

Larry Craig
U.S. Senator
Senate Liason for Mitt Romney’s Presidential Campaign
(June 11, 2007)

The Crime: Soliciting sex from an undercover cop in an airport bathroom

The Hypocrisy: Craig twice voted against adding the words “sexual orientation” to the federal hate crimes law. Craig also voted to give states the right to refuse to recognize gay marriage–a right they already had, but the Senator wanted to really, really prove he didn’t like gay people.

The Quote: “I am not gay, I don’t do these kinds of things.”

Bob Allen
Member of the Florida House of Representatives
Florida Chairman of John McCain’s Presidential Campaign
(July 11, 2007)

The Crime: Offering an undercover cop $20 to allow Allen to blow him in a men’s room in a public park. After being arrested, Allen tried to explain that he only offered to blow the cop because the cop was a “burly black man” and he “didn’t want to become a statistic.”

The Hypocrisy: Allen was one of 21 Florida legislators to sign Gov. Jeb Bush’s friend-of-the-court brief supporting the state’s ban on gays adopting children, and he co-sponsored an unsuccessful bill that would have enhanced penalties for “offenses involving unnatural and lascivious acts” such as indecent exposure.

The Quote: “I certainly wasn’t there to have sex with anybody and certainly wasn’t there to exchange money for it.”


Glenn Murphy Jr.
National Chairman of the Young Republicans
Chairman of the Clark County Republican Party
(July 28, 2007)

The Crime: Murphy got a fellow Young Republican drunk and then spent the night at his house. The other young man woke up in the middle of the night to find Murphy giving him mouth-to-penis resuscitation. After this incident, a 1998 sexual battery report came to light in which Murphy was alleged to have done the exact same thing.

The Hypocrisy: Murphy was a well-paid political consultant for Republican candidates and often advised them to use gay marriage as a wedge issue to paint their opponents as out of touch with traditional values.

The Quote: “I was in the Sound of Music in High School…don’t ask” (from his now-defunct Myspace pag

Richard Curtis: On October 30, 2007, the Spokane Spokesman-Review reported that Curtis and a
twenty-six year old man named Cody Castagna – who previously had posed for gay pornography – met at an adult bookstore, and that they later had sex in a local hotel room. Curtis was also alleged to have been seen previously and on that occasion clad in women’s clothing, wearing them underneath his own

Jim West served as Senate Majority Leader West was involved in a sex scandal in 2005. He was accused of sexually
abusing two young boys in the 1970s and 1980s when he was a sheriff’s deputy and Boy Scout leader. He was also accused of misusing his office as mayor to lure teenage boys for sexual relationships.


Added: Nov-2-2009 Occurred On: Nov-1-2009
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  • To be very fair both sides are very adept at scandals.


    Democrats:
    1. Wayne Hays (1976): Affair with secretary (one of the first major sex scandals)
    2. Allan Howe (1976): Solicited sex with two prostitutes (both of whom were undercover cops)
    3. John Young (1976): Staffer alleged sexual harrassment
    4. Fred Richmond (1978): Charged with soliciting sex from a 16-year-old boy.
    5. Gerry Studds (1983): Reprimanded for having sex with a male teenage House page
    6. Gary Hart ( More..

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  • Actually I was wrong about that. Only in America and muslim countries are political leaders expected to double as clergy. Nobody else gives a fvck.

    Interesting isnt it.

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  • Turnabout is fair play.
    Unfortunately, lieberals have no morals for us to use against them.

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  • idiot post

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  • Willyd, hear me out: I don't give a Hell. Judge them by not what they say, but by what they do. Being gay is no particular flaw to my mind. And if you want to judge, the dems are equally if not more dubious. You won't find much audience for your Republican-bashing here, since more than half are American.

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