While this story comes from a tabloid, the tabloid is the New York Post, one of Murdoch's flagship papers. While I do not think sexual indiscretions between consenting adults is reason for a politician to step down, it's quite clear the Republican Party has a different standard on this matter. At any rate, with a little luck they can be asked humiliating questions in the hope that they will perjure themselves, even if they didn't commit a crime in the first place. http://www.rawstory.com/showoutarti..._xxxpose_pols_nationalnews_scripps_howard.htm Hustler magazine publisher Larry Flynt, days after posting a $1 million bounty for verifiable information on the sexual exploits of Washington pols, says he's been deluged - getting more than 200 leads, "80 percent of them on Republicans." "I'm not interested in exposing anyone's sex life," Flynt said in a telephone interview. "It's the hypocrisy I'm after." The California-based porn king posted a full-page ad in The Washington Post on Sunday, offering $1 million for any "documented evidence of intimate relations with a Congressperson, Senator or other prominent officeholder," information that must be verified and published in Hustler. In 1998, a similar offer during the Monica Lewinsky scandal resulted in GOP House Speaker-elect Bob Livingston's resignation after Flynt prepared to release an informant's details of his illicit affair. Flynt also revealed an affidavit from the wife of then-GOP abortion foe Rep. Bob Barr of Georgia, saying he paid for her abortion.