Here is another example, Bill Sadowski would be turning over in his grave if he knew what his former aide Stephen Cody was doing these past years. Don't know Bill? From the St. Pete Times:
Once in a while there are legislators who don't play the role. One of the best of them was Bill Sadowski of Miami, who served in the House from 1976 to 1982, when he chose to leave so that he could watch his children grow up, and who died in a plane crash in 1992 while serving as Gov. Lawton Chiles' secretary of community affairs. He was only 48.
He had never allowed the lobbyists to buy him meals or drinks, but that didn't mean he disrespected them. To the contrary, he wrote a 16-point creed for legislative service in which respect for the right to lobby was high on the list. His wife said "He felt like there's a place for lobbyists, but you don't have to do wining and dining."