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The Shameful Record of
Republican Personal Immorality :

It seems like only yesterday that I spent several months assembling all the information on these pages. I can't spend that kind of time updating this kind of information, and the Republican Party hasn't change enough to make such an effort necessary. I've covered the federal level in Section I, and the state and local level in Section II. I've only listed examples of personal "immorality" or misconduct on this page, as opposed to examples of political "corruption", which I feature on a distinct web page, namely GOP-corruption.html.

Conservatives promote the idea that Democrats should hang their heads in shame over people like Larry Flint, a publisher of pornography, just because such people may have revealed that they vote Democratic.  But political parties can't control or be responsible for those who vote for their party's candidatesWhat parties can control is whom they endorse to run under their banner for any public office.  And the Democratic Party doesn't promote people like Larry Flint for public office. Contrast that to the kinds of people the Republican Party regularly selects for positions of leadership in their party, the kind highlighted on this page.

Republican "Paragons of Virtue"
Section I - at the National level :