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Wilbur Mills
Wilbur Mills
A Congressman from Arkansas, Wilbur Mills was Chairman of the United States House Committee on Ways and Means for nearly two decades, making him one of the most powerful people in Washington. Mills was also a lush who had run ins with strippers, including one named Fanne Foxe. Foxe later claimed that he impregnated her and that she had an abortion. Even in spite of his well publicized antics, Mills nonetheless won re-election in 1974.
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Disgraced Congressman Wilbur Mills attempted to justify his frequent visits to adult night clubs.
“I was just having a good time. I never thought people would recognize me. I was protected by everyone. Nobody even tried to gyp me. You know those girls who would sell wine for $30 a bottle or so? The managers wouldn't let them do that to me.”
Wilbur Mills, January 1978

Disgraced lush Congressman Wilbur Mills discussed why he kept his drinks in the refrigerator, rather than using ice cubes.
“I was afraid I might swallow the ice cubes and strangle.”
Wilbur Mills, January 1978

Disgraced Congressman Wilbur Mills described how severe his drinking problems were whilst he was serving in Democrat leadership.
“First you don't remember where you parked the car. Toward the end, I do not even remember one meeting I had with President Ford at the White House.”
Wilbur Mills, January 1978

Disgraced Congressman Wilbur Mills described how severe his drinking problems were whilst he was serving in Democrat leadership.
“I can't remember a lot of what happened during the two or three years before I stopped. I was blacking out all the time and I was convinced the blacking out couldn't have been caused by anything but a brain tumor. I was a great one to diagnose my own problems.”
Wilbur Mills, January 1977

Disgraced Congressman Wilbur Mills described how severe his drinking problems were whilst he was serving in Democrat leadership.
“I don't even remember going up to Boston, or appearing on that stage - although at that point I guess anybody could get me to do anything. I was just plain drunk, mostly on vodka. They found four empty bottles in that theater - and quite a few in my hotel room.”
Wilbur Mills, January 1977

Disgraced Congressman Wilbur Mills described how severe his drinking problems were whilst he was serving in Democrat leadership.
“It's amazing what alcohol can do to you.”
Wilbur Mills, January 1977

Disgraced Congressman Wilbur Mills described how severe his drinking problems were whilst he was serving in Democrat leadership.
“The first thing I knew, I was drinking a half-gallon of whisky a day.”
Wilbur Mills, January 1977

Disgraced Congressman Wilbur Mills described how severe his drinking problems were whilst he was serving in Democrat leadership.
“It was a total blackout, and I have little recollection of 1974 either.”
Wilbur Mills, January 1977

Despite all of his scandals, Congressman Wilbur Mills claimed he had no regrets.
“I don't regret anything.”
Wilbur Mills, January 1977

Appearing tipsy in public, Congressman Wilbur Mills blamed his Ted Kennedy-esque appearance on medication.
“I don't know what it is but it makes me drunk.”
Wilbur Mills, December 1, 1974

Congressman Wilbur Mills had interesting things to say about his favorite stripper, Fanne Foxe (aka Annabelle Battistella).
“She's better than Gypsy Rose Lee.”
Wilbur Mills, December 1, 1974

Congressman Wilbur Mills had interesting things to say about his favorite stripper, Fanne Foxe (aka Annabelle Battistella), while referring to women as pieces of property.
“I'm always interested in a piece of property. The last one flopped. Shirley MacLaine flopped.”
Wilbur Mills, December 1, 1974

Congressman Wilbur Mills had interesting things to say about his favorite stripper, Fanne Foxe (aka Annabelle Battistella).
“my little Argentina hillbilly”
Wilbur Mills, November 30, 1974

While promoting a stripper, Congressman Wilbur Mills didn\'t seem concerned about his public image.
“This won't ruin me. Nothing can ruin me.”
Wilbur Mills, November 30, 1974

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