Q What is your greatest vice

Rep. C.L. “Butch” Otter (R-Idaho): “Chocolate; I can’t get enough of it.”
 
Rep. Lincoln Davis (D-Tenn.): “I love my grandkids too much.”
 
Rep. Artur Davis (D-Ala.): “Probably desserts; they get me in trouble.”
 
Rep. Barney Frank (D-Mass.): “Being rude to reporters.” (Turns his back on reporter.) “Goodbye.”
 
Rep. Mark KirkMark KirkHigh stakes as Trump heads to Hill Five things to watch for at Trump-Senate GOP meeting Giffords, Scalise highlight party differences on guns MORE (R-Ill.): “My wife loves the E! network, and has gotten me addicted to it. Tom Cruise gossip, ‘True Hollywood Story,’ ‘Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous.’”
 
Rep. Dave ReichertDavid (Dave) George ReichertGOP angst over midterms grows New chairmen named for health, tax subcommittees House Foreign Affairs chairman to retire MORE (R-Wash.): “I don’t go to any of the big parties. When I binge, it’s on chocolate.”
 
Rep. Jerry Nadler (D-N.Y.): “Eating too much — chocolate especially.”
 
Rep. James Gibbons (R-Nev.): “I’ve got no vices. It’s got to be working all the time. Maybe I’m a workaholic.”
 
Rep. Henry Waxman (D-Calif.): “Oh, I don’t tell people my vices. In job interviews, you’re always asked what you think is your greatest weakness. I’ll spare you the ‘I care too much, I work too hard’ response. I’m going to confess my sins and vices during the High Holidays in a few weeks. If you want an answer, come to Temple.”
 
Rep. Steve Pearce (R-N.M.): “My wife says I work too much. I disagree, but it’s a communal-property state in New Mexico, so you get the idea.”
 
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