You will will recall that a while back our Republican Leader was caught having an affair with a male staffer, who was then fired. Well, he’s suing on the bases of sex discrimination; he claims that female staffers with whom affairs are had are routinely not fired, and he was fired because he was a guy. His lawyer has officially stated:

“He intends to depose all of the female legislative staff employees who participated in intimate relationships, as well as the legislators who were party to those intimate relationships, in support of his claims of gender discrimination,” the notice said.

Brodkorb is seeking a half a million in damages. I wonder if he’ll be using that to pay out damages to the people he is now bent on damaging?

PS: Stephanie has also posted an item on this.

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8 thoughts on “New Development in Minnesota Family Value Republicans Having Affairs Maneno

  1. Obviously – along WITH the affair itself – MORE evidence of TRUE FAMILY VALUES !!!!

    Nobody “fucks” with Republican Family Values !!!!

  2. I am confused. In Wikipedia, it says Amy Koch had and affair with a male staffer. Did Brodkorb have an affair with a male staffer as well or with a female staffer? Wikipedia says that the GOP fund was $2million in debt. If he didn’t have an affair, then why is he bringing up other staffers who have? I don’t understand.

    • Ohhhhhhh. Just curious, weren’t they more like colleagues or was he an underling compared to her? She is married, was he married?

  3. Bob Allen – yes, Republicans are always bringing up Bill Clinton, Ted Kennedy and other Democrats who have had affairs, but we Democrats don’t run on the ‘holier than thou family values’ package. They just do not understand the difference!

  4. The Gays only apologized to Koch for the breakdown of her marriage, not Brodkorb, right?

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