Prev: «   |   Next: »

28 Responses

  1. John Thomas
    John Thomas at |

    Budd Dwyer was telling everyone that he was innocent and after his death it was proven he was set up.

    Reply
  2. PB
    PB at |

    perhaps you can update this list …….

    Reply
  3. CJB
    CJB at |

    This list is over 5 years old. Update, perhaps?

    Reply
  4. ASimpleSoldier
    ASimpleSoldier at |

    Bud Dwyer was a state treasurer at the time of his death and has since been exonerated.

    Reply
  5. GARRS
    GARRS at |

    U missed a great deal of crooked men who did not get a penalty or major scandal

    JFK, for american wanton debauchery of CUBA and subsequend rebellion with foreighn intervention, and the fact that it nearly escaladed into a war. Although when your pappy is a rich moonshiner, you get it told differently. Kennedy commonly hung out with hollywood w H O R Es, and syndicated criminals. EVERYTHING that was suggested against Kennedy quietly disappeared, because the s t u p i d public raved him.

    Georgie bush Jr, who used his time in office, to further his families interest in domestic oil.

    Gerrald Ford, from the minute he got into office, began to legislate AGAINST the population, and FOR industry. Every decision he made in office took away from the people, and gave to corperations. He was quite well invested, and tremendously wealthy. most of his legislature benefitted himself.

    Clinton, smoked but did not inhale, fornucated but did not fornucate again, LIED ABOUT IT UNDER OATH AND WAS NOT PUNISHED, dodged the draft and was pardoned, was invested in a land deal that was quite criminal and involved a murder, I could post a ton on him

    What do you expect out of a person who gets their job by telling you how great they are, while telling you how badly the other guy suukks. Degenerates, liars and thieves all of them

    Reply
  6. Dennis
    Dennis at |

    Maxine Waters should definitely be #1–That woman would steal the pennies off a dead man’s eyes.

    Reply
  7. Peter Boucher
    Peter Boucher at |

    AND GOD FORBID THAT WE FORGOT TO PUT ON THE LIST………….JESSE HELMS !!!!!! I WOULD RATHER SCHMOOZE WITH ADOLF HITLER !!!!!

    Reply
  8. Peter Boucher
    Peter Boucher at |

    Washington D.C. Mayor Marion Berry and Sen. Strom Thurmond,

    Reply
  9. Peter Boucher
    Peter Boucher at |

    How about Govenor Meldrim Thompson (R) New Hampshire !!!!!

    Reply
  10. Brandon
    Brandon at |

    Strange list. And honestly, Dwyer was probably innocent (or at least no more guilty than your run of the mill politician).

    Reply
  11. Dan
    Dan at |

    A top thousand list is needed to cover politicians

    Reply
  12. Reubnick
    Reubnick at |

    Are you kidding me? Where the crap is George Washington Plunkitt? Boss Keyes? Roscoe Conkling? ROSCOE CONKLING BY GOD!

    Reply
  13. George B
    George B at |

    What about o dumbo & most of his tax cheating administration??.

    Reply
  14. thom
    thom at |

    Research. Budd Dwyer was not a Senator. He was Treasurer of Pennsylvania.

    Reply
    1. Lee Standberry
      Lee Standberry at |

      We are both right! He was PA State Senator from 1971-1981 and then became Treasurer of PA from 1981-1987.

      Reply
      1. Lawrence
        Lawrence at |

        But you were deliberately misleading in your label of him and he was not a State Senator when he dealt with his corruption. In fact, here, we never even call then “Senator” we call them “State Senator”. And he was Treasurer at the time of his suicide, so again, you’re wrong.

        Reply
  15. Dennis
    Dennis at |

    Nixon never stole a dime. He was mainly guilty of stupidly covering up a botched break-in at the Watergate hotel. There have been far bigger presidential crooks both before and after Nixon. And that’s a fact. President Clinton and President Cheney come to mind.

    Reply
  16. Andrew
    Andrew at |

    Where is former Louisiana Governor Edwin Edwards? The most indicted politician in U.S. History. The Teflon Don of the South was finally brought down when he and his son tried to extort money for Harrah’s Casino. Convicted felons ran confidence scams out of prison to raise money to buy pardons. Word was the going rate for a life without parole murderer was $200K

    Reply
  17. Dan
    Dan at |

    Since Blagojevich is still on trial (he testified in his own defense on friday and is testifying again tomorrow) it’s way too premature. He could be the victim of unfortunate circumstances and a smear campaign.

    Kwame Kilpatrick on the other hand is easily the most public and prolific lately.

    Then again what about classics like Daley and Tammany in New York?

    Also, with all due respect, to Budd Dwyer: it’s not something I hate to see, this country would be better off if more corrupt politicos ate a gun. Hey man, nice shot!

    Reply
  18. Dennis
    Dennis at |

    I agree on Kwame Kilpatrick. I also think former mayor Richard Daley (the old man) of Chicago should be a front runner.

    Reply
  19. David
    David at |

    I nominate Kwame Kilpatrick, ex-mayor of Detroit

    Reply
  20. Dennis
    Dennis at |

    I have to agree with Andrew. How was it even remotely possible to limit this to 10 people? Some of these may deserve to be on here. (Boss Tweed would be a penny-ante crook compared to today’s
    high-rollers)–But BlagoJevich? I know for a fact there have been far worse than him. Some are still in office.

    Reply
    1. Olson
      Olson at |

      Boss Tweed was ruthless! He made an arrangement to have the fire department respond only to people that had paid him.

      Reply
  21. me
    me at |

    Huey Long?

    Reply
  22. Charles
    Charles at |

    Where’s Dick Cheney?

    Reply
  23. Andrew
    Andrew at |

    How did you limit this to only 10 crooked politicians?

    Reply
    1. Lee Standberry
      Lee Standberry at |

      It wasn’t easy, there are definitely a lot to choose from.

      Reply
    2. Apparius
      Apparius at |

      Yeah! What about RMN?

      Reply

Leave a Reply