Saturday, December 17, 2011

"Hypocrisy?!, Moi?!!"

Schadenfreude indeed. Step One:
Minnesota Senate Majority Leader Amy Koch (GOP) resigned her leadership position Thursday after fellow Republicans confronted her about an "inappropriate relationship" she was having with a direct subordinate.
Step Two:
rumors began flying this afternoon that it was Republican powerbroker Michael Brodkorb, Koch's communications chief.
Step Three:
Both political figures have families. Koch is married, and met her husband, Christopher, in the 1990s while serving in the Air Force. The couple have a young daughter.
Step Four -- HILARITY!
Brodkorb previously operated the site Minnesota Democrats Exposed, where he often trafficked in scurrilous gossip to make his political enemies look bad.


Privatize the Profits! Socialize the Costs! said...

Let's just hope, for maximum Shadenfreud value, Brodkorb was doing a "full Gingrich"--- denouncing Dems for having affairs at the very same time he was having his own affair.

GOP = Gang Of Projectionists

Anonymous said...

So sweet.

For fun I keep a file I call "Republican Family Values"; one news report/article/blog post after the other, hundreds of them, actually, of two-faced Rethuglicans caught showing their true "values". This one is going into the file!

I wonder if Brodkorb's website ever had Minn. State Rep. Tom Hackbarth (R-OfCourse), a "Family Values" repiglican caught with a gun as he stalked a woman? (Bah! No I don't.)

By the way, you can Google Image search both of these fornicators, but be careful! If you imagine these two bumping uglies you could lose your mind.


Raoul Paste said...

Its a wonder they don't spontaneously combust from the hypocrisy.

JDM said...

I think the GOP is trying to go mainstream. This is straight sex, isn't it?

StonyPillow said...

Step Five -- Indictments!
Immediately following the MNGOP audits.

Note the last Twat on her Twitter account was from MN Senate Majority Leader Geoff Michel, who said, "Time to position state for private sector job growth".

One assumes Mrs. Koch had alrady positioned herself so that Michael Brodkorb experienced significant private sector growth.

pansypoo said...

butbutbut IOKIYAR!