.....>grin<.....<quoted text>No, my only point regarding John Wayne Gacy was your vain attempt and total nonsense at trying to equate either the Democrat or Republican Parties based on the warped actions of a single individual. The square peg just does not fit in the round hole.
I hate to rain on your imaginary revel but Gacy, when he was 18 years old, was only an assistant precinct captain in a neighborhood (on his street) thing. He passed out pamphlets. Your other claim, you're fibbing ..... God will make your nose grow for that. He never lived in Kentucky and was only called 'Colonel' because he worked at KFC in Iowa and would give free chicken to his friends.
Let me think for a moment ..... one (Gacy) at 18 years old was a neighborhood assistant precinct captain who got to go house to house passing out fliers. The other (Bundy) was a paid employee for a gubernatorial candidate, then worked for a Presidential candidate, and was hand picked as a delegate to the 1968 Republican National Convention in Florida. He then became a paid assistant to the Chairman of the Washington State Republican Party. And received high reviews from the Republican Party for his political work.