In the midst of sexual harassment allegations and a newly alleged affair, pizza czar Herman Cain is reassessing whether or not he'll remain in the race. The determining factors, according to Cain, are the toll the scandals have taken on his family, and whether or not he still has the support or if his constituents, some of whom have noticed he's a shady nutbar. To make matters worse, he shares a name with the bad cyborg from Robocop 2.

No matter what happens, Cain can take solace in knowing he wasn't quite as bad as the disgraced movie politicians listed below... as far as we know.

Greg Stillson - The Dead Zone

When clairvoyant weirdo Johnny Smith shakes hands with U.S. Senatorial candidate Greg Stillson, he gets a chilling view of the future. Stillson will go on to become President of the United States and later President of Blowing Shit Up With Nuclear Bombs. After the vision, it becomes clear to Smith that he must assassinate him. He makes his attempt at a rally, but misses. However, a spooked Stillson shows his true colors by grabbing a nearby baby to use as a human shield. That's worse than 1000 Howard Deans.

Adam Sutler - V For Vendetta

If you're going to head an ultra-Right Wing fascist regime, the last thing you need is a vigilante rising up to challenge you. That's exactly what happens to Adam Sutler. He creates a police state by violently removing minorities, gays, non-Christians, and the handicapped from the UK. In the end, he is betrayed and murdered in front of his nemesis. It's a fitting end. Otherwise he'd be reaping the paycheck from Viagra sponsorships.

Tom Gibbsons - Malibu's Most Wanted

Campaign adviser Tom Gibbsons was fired for doing a good job. Sure, his tactics almost get his candidate's son killed. But, his son is Jamie Kennedy's wack rapper B-Rad. Small price to pay, I say.

Bob Alexander - Dave

After the President suffers a severe stroke, White House Chief of Staff Bob Alexander hires his exact double to fill his shoes. He assumes the double, Dave, to be his personal puppet that he can bend to his own nefarious agenda, effectively taking over the presidency. His plan fails when Dave forces him to resign and gives the presidency over to the vice president. Alexander is later indicted on several charges. Chief among them, being a d-bag.

Richard Nixon - Frost/Nixon

It's a double-shot of Frank Langella. He may not have ascended to the highest chair in Dave, but he got to rule the free world as Richard Nixon in Frost/Nixon. The film centers around a series of interviews between Nixon and British television broadcaster David Frost regarding the Watergate scandal. In the interview, Frost gets Nixon to admit to ethical wrongdoings, something that never happened in a court of law.

President Bennett - Clear and Present Danger

While using the CIA as his personal goon squad to avenge the murder of his friend, President Bennett attempts to murder a drug lord with a car bombing that kills innocent women and children. If there's anything that pisses Jack Ryan off, it's murdering the innocent. He totally runs and tattles to the Congressional Oversight Committee as the credits roll, which is a shame. Instead, it would have been totally awesome to watch Ryan and Bennett wail on each other on the White House lawn.

Mayor Kuzak - Robocop 2

In an effort to bail Detroit out of debt, Mayor Kuzak agrees to do business with the shady Omni Consumer Products. However, OCP knows that Detroit is like an eternal deadbeat roommate and plans to have them default on the loan. Then, they'll be able to foreclose and take over control of the city government and replace them with crack-addicted robots, or something. Maybe it was called Nuke. I don't know. It sounds cooler when Frank Miller tells it.