Walter Jones is one of the other few good guys in the House. Here's a quote of his about John Hostettler:
“The president was calling people as
late as 1 or 2 in the morning to get them
to vote for the Medicare prescriptiondrug
benefit,” says Congressman Walter
Jones (R-N.C.). “John voted his conscience
first, not his party.”
Hostettler’s independence frustrates
his opponents and thrills his supporters.
“I admire him so much,” says Jones. “He
knows more about the Constitution than
almost anyone in Congress.”
From page 17 of this 2006 American Conservative issue:

It's a good article with an overview of Hostettler's years in the House. I don't know if I've posted it here before. Read the whole thing.