republican family values

Gays Sorry For Causing Straight MN GOP Senator To Cheat on Her Husband

It's like K-Lo has a long-lost sister!

Oh, here’s a tragedy: Minnesota’s (now former) Senate Majority Leader Amy Koch had been working so hard on a constitutional amendment barring same-sex marriage in her state, but ALAS, the amendment couldn’t be approved in time to keep her own straight marriage safe from harm — she resigned her Senate leadership post last week after being caught having an affair with a male staffer. Minnesota’s homos feel just terrible about all of these problems she is having as a straight married lady, on their account, so they have kindly decided to apologize, aww.

From the open letter written by Minneapolis gay rights activist John Medeiros:

Dear Ms. Koch,

On behalf of all gays and lesbians living in Minnesota, I would like to wholeheartedly apologize for our community’s successful efforts to threaten your traditional marriage. We are ashamed of ourselves for causing you to have what the media refers to as an “illicit affair” with your staffer, and we also extend our deepest apologies to him and to his wife. These recent events have made it quite clear that our gay and lesbian tactics have gone too far, affecting even the most respectful of our society.

We apologize that our selfish requests to marry those we love has cheapened and degraded traditional marriage so much that we caused you to stray from your own holy union for something more cheap and tawdry. And we are doubly remorseful in knowing that many will see this as a form of sexual harassment of a subordinate.

It is now clear to us that if we were not so self-focused and myopic, we would have been able to see that the time you wasted diligently writing legislation that would forever seal the definition of marriage as being between one man and one woman, could have been more usefully spent reshaping the legal definition of “adultery.”

Okay, now HURRY UP Minnesota and make sure that constitutional amendment is approved before any more Senate Republicans are forced to cheat on their spouses. [City Pages]

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    1. Terry

      Anyone seen a photo of the male staffer?

      I predict that he's white, has that standard white male haircut (parted on the side), has a greasy complexion, and is significantly overweight but his mother insists that it's just "baby fat".

    1. user-of-owls

      Really, old thing, I would've said she was very much not NOW. Then again, I have a peen so what do I know.

    1. Beowoof

      Next thing you know one of them will be caught buying gay porn in Canada with the city credit card. Oh wait.

    2. miss_grundy

      Yep, the GOP is Hypocrisy Are Us! This kind of thing just makes me tired but we need to point out the hypocrisy of these creatures to the idiots who like to vote for them.

        1. Lascauxcaveman

          A minister is taking a walk in the woods one day and comes across a hungry, slavering bear. As the bear approaches, the Minister knows his only chance of survival is prayer, so he flings his hands up towards the heavens, and shouts,

          "OH LORD, please convert brother bear here to the loving grace of Christianity so that I may live to preach your one true Gospel another day!"

          All of the sudden the bear drops to his knees and folds his paws in a praying position. Elated, the minister starts screaming, "Oh Thank you Lord, Oh thank you!"

          The bear looks up annoyed and says, "Do you mind not being so noisy? I'm trying to say grace here."

  1. Steverino247

    No matter how hard to you try to suppress sex, it just keeps spurting out when you least expect it.

    And that was a lovely letter of apology. Republicans, take notice!

  2. memzilla

    Did I read that right? She was forced to sign that legislation because that male staffer of hers held a WHAT to her head???

    1. Generation[redacted]

      We need a Constitutional amendment to make sure adultery is defined as only between one man and one woman.

      1. SorosBot

        But what about when adultery is between two men and one woman? Or three, or even more? I mean according to some of the videos I've seen online…

        …wait, pretend I didn't say that.

        1. MzNicky

          Not adultery if you're talking Mormonism though, right? Except polygamy is only acceptable for the menz, not the wimminz, if I am understanding that whole fucked up shit correctly? Which makes me wonder, perhaps way O/T, but: Is there any monotheistic belief system that's not patriarchal, or do I repeat myself? Very well, I repeat myself.

    2. Tundra Grifter


      Isn't there something in the Bible about a shepherd and at least one of his sheep?

      Before he gets the flock out of there.

  3. Wonderthing

    Wow. Gays are funny! I'll probably start accepting their lifestyles now! Damn. That was probably their evil plan all along. Curses!

        1. OneDollarJuana

          Speaking of coal, doesn't the "compromise" still include that pesky short time frame on the Keystone pipeline? That O will approve for jerbs because we're in such a pickle? Not because he approved off-shore drilling in the Gulf a mere three weeks before the BP butt-pucker. Not because he just auctioned off an oil-gusher's-worth of Gulf oil drilling/leaking leases? Not because the cynical unions want the KP for jerbs even though the long- and maybe short-term perils are many and predictable and certain? Not because it's a cynical move to beat the Repubes at their own kill-the-earth game?

          /snark on

    1. tessiee

      Good thing you weren't wearing a Snuggie, or you would have had a snug-gasm, and that's just a bit *too* cute.

  4. Lucidamente1

    This all sounds like the beginning of a John Waters movie. And Divine, were he / she still among the living, would make a perfect Sen. Amy Koch.

    1. Jukesgrrl

      There will never be another Divine, but in her absence, how about a musical about this situation? Book by John Waters, music by SIr Elton, lyrics by Harvey Fierstein. Harv could sub for Divine.

      1. doloras

        "His" absence. Divine always said: "I am neither transsexual nor a drag queen, I am a character actor who specialises in playing insane women."

    2. dr_giraud

      And Mink Stole could play an unhinged family values crusader obsessed w/Divine/Koch: "Consider the stations of the cross."

  5. ManchuCandidate

    Who's sorry now, who's sorry now?
    Whose ego is aching for breaking each vow?
    Who's schadenfrude, who's laughing at you?
    Just like I laughed at you…

    Dumb to the end, just like a fiend,
    I tried to warn you, somehow,
    You had your way, now you must pay,
    We're glad that you're sorry now.

  6. V572 the Merciless

    All hail John Medeiros, whom we need to recruit as a commenter here, unless he already is one.

  7. nounverb911

    "Oh, here’s a tragedy"

    “Tragedy is when I cut my finger. Comedy is when you walk into an open sewer and die.”
    –Mel Brooks

  8. Goonemeritus

    No snark that I come up with can possibly stand against that open letter. To comment I would have to resort to making BBW and dirty dirty monkey sex allusions and I 'm above that.

    1. natoslug

      There's a company in town here called BBW Associates. I start snickering like a 13 year old every time I drive by their sign. My wife never seems to share my amusement.

      1. MzNicky

        There used to be a company here in town called "S&M auto parts." Much hilarity ensued every time I drove past it. I think it got outsourced.

      2. MosesInvests

        Used to be a company on US 1 just north of St. Augustine, FL called BFE. Always chuckled when I drove/cycled by.

  9. LesBontemps

    Did the letter also apologize for her hair? Because her hairdresser's got a lot to answer for, too, also.

    1. Chichikovovich

      Bad hair is another thing that can happen to you if you get on the wrong side of the Gay Agenda.

  10. Callyson

    Couple the Koch issue with the financial woes of the state party, and you have an even more perplexing campaign problem for GOP members who pride themselves on social purity and fiscal accountability.
    What, the Reeps have not figured out the relationship between sex and money? No wonder there are deficits everywhere…

      1. OneDollarJuana

        You know who else prided themselves on social purity? To the tune of tens of millions? (Note: this question has multiple answers)

        1. tessiee

          Slightly OT, but then, you did use the expression "to the tune" in your comment: Is your screen name supposed to be spoken, or sung to the tune of "Guantanamera"?

          1. PalinzADummy

            Thanks. (hugs the nut)

            I knew I could count on you.

            And since seasonal drunken greetings appear to be the order of the day/week, and I just had my stitches removed so extra drugs!, let me take this opportunity to wish you a very happy holiday season. May the booze/drugs/consciousness-alteration of choice achieve its aim, and may the year to come be better for you than every year that preceded it.

          2. PalinzADummy

            Thank you, I am! I have visions of us all wearing our rainbow-colored matching hoods & sheets (and charming footwear, pref. with wheels and brakes for the mobility-impaired) marching in a giant day-glo-rainbow protest against the church and its minions. We win, and convince them that partaking in a giant acidfest-cum-orgy is the best way to dissipate the bad vibes/chemically/psychologically-induced angst. Fade to black.

    1. arihaya

      how much would you willing to bet that Cardinal George has some dirty child molestations history in his closets?

    2. SayItWithWookies

      "You know, you don’t want the Gay Liberation Movement to morph into something like the Ku Klux Klan, demonstrating in the streets against Catholicism. So, I think if that’s what’s happening, and I don’t know that it is, but I would respect the local pastor’s, you know, position on that."

      So wait a minute — the cardinal is worried the gays — whom he thinks are sinners on the authority of nothing more than some arbitrary 2,000-year-old doctrine — are going to turn into the KKK, who, um, also hate the gays on the authority of nothing more than some arbitrary 2,000-year-old doctrine? Yeah, I can understand his concern.

      1. ShaveTheWhales

        Also, this guy is a fucking bird Cardinal and averages one "you know" per sentence? At least the motherfuckers used to be able to talk good.

    3. SorosBot

      sigh. Once again, there's a difference between hating Catholics, which is bigoted and was practiced by many of the wingnuts of the past (before the Irish, Italians etc. weren't considered white) and hating the Catholic Church, a particular powerful institution with a particular ideology which is rather odious in how it treats gay people, along with women and sex in general. And, you know, the whole centuries of systematic cover-ups of child rape.

      1. chascates

        One of my late uncles, possibly the most gentle, kind man I ever met, was distraught by the 1960 Presidential election. He couldn't vote for a Catholic (our family was long-time Methodist at the time, now most have swerved right) and he sure as hell couldn't vote for a Republican so he took to bed sick early that day and stayed in bed the next day.
        My maternal forebears were Ulster Scots/Protestants (I use the term 'Scotch Collie) and probably were pretty nasty back in the old sod. My memories growing up of the Catholic Church were that it was the only place in our little town (which often didn't have a restaurant) that 'Mexican' food was available when the parish had their yearly fundraiser.

    4. OneDollarJuana

      Hmm. That's kind of an embarrassing statement, especially from a Catholic member of the cloth. He might have to resign to spend some more time with his family.

      Oh, wait.

    5. deanbooth

      I think what he's trying to say is "You know who else hated the Catholics?" And in this case, "All of them, Francis." is close to the correct answer.

  11. V572 the Merciless

    In fairness to Amy, she's such a hottie it's no wonder the staffer couldn't keep his staff out of her. Lotta covered dish has gone down that gullet.

        1. Biff

          Ordinarily, I'd have no problem with this. However, he's already employed as her staffer, so he's taking food out of the mouth of an un- or underemployed gigolo.Talk about double-dipping…

        2. Lascauxcaveman

          A fat chick I know says chubby-chasers are "an urban legend." She's had a few boyfriends that I've known of, but she has a pretty high-paying job, too.

    1. finallyhappy

      And Bars- don't forget the bars! Also I thought it was called "hot dish"- 12 oz noodles, 2 cans of cream soup, 1/2 pound of some sort of meat – and then bread crumbs dotted with butter on top . And for the health freaks- add 8 oz of frozen peas

    2. Chichikovovich

      Wait, in that picture… Is the white haired guy in the suit doin' her? Look carefully at his studied air of nonchalance, and her all agitated facial expression. The way she's holding the podium…

      The guy in the centre and the woman at the right looking anywhere but at her…..

      Yeah, yeah, Fer shur. He's doin' her!

      1. Tundra Grifter

        There's a joke tangled up in there with porker and poker. Or pokeher. Too early for me to string it together.

  12. SheriffRoscoe

    Why isn't anyone reporting on the real story here? How does Mrs. Amy Koch (R-MN) manage to find two men willing to bang her fat ugly ass?

    1. Beowoof

      Well there is the old saying, fat girls and scooters, fun to ride until your friends see you. And this is from a guy who likes a woman to have something to grab onto.

      1. snackypants

        Oh my goodness Beowoof, I have heard a lot of the old sayings but this one is new to me. I'll add it to my "old saying" arsenal and give the credit to you!

        1. prommie

          We used to say that fat girls are like mopeds, fun to ride, but you don't want anyone to see you on one.

    2. tealsheart

      I heard it from a friend who heard it from a friend who heard that she introduces herself as 'Any Koch"

      No lie.

  13. SayItWithWookies

    Take it from Newt Gingrich, Amy — if you're not careful the gays'll ruin your next marriage too, and then you'll end up with some poorly-crafted simulacrum of a human whose face doesn't move and who can only do a few rudimentary tasks such as play the french horn in a county symphony and write Republican children's books.

    1. flamingpdog

      HEY, that's the second second time in the last few days that a Wonketeer has made a derogatory remark about French Horn players! Well, at least now I know why I couldn't get the girls in high school.

      1. HedonismBot

        I played alto sax – most likely the sexiest high school band instrument there is, with the possible exception of electric bass. I couldn't get the girls either. Don't feel bad.

        1. tessiee

          Here's a banjo one:

          Q. What's the least common question in the English language?
          A. "Isn't that the banjo player's Porsche?"

  14. sbj1964

    What bottom feeder was tagging that? I'm sure it was closing time,Last call scrub time.And really screwing a staffer? Who dose she think she is, David Letterman?

          1. PalinzADummy

            No, the size of the pussy has nothing to do with the size of the woman who happens to own it, or so I've found. Although I'm not willing to verify anything having to do with Ms. Koch's pussy, not personally.

  15. weejee

    So Amy Koch has a mendacious john? And how is that different from Newt or Walnutz? So following on, will Amy be running for Prez in 2016 on the tried and true GoP Adulterers ticket?

  16. Bluestatelibel

    OT, but I received an early Xmas gift today – $100.00 from the Bank of America class action suit for their overdraft fee scamming. I'm sure the total payment was nothing to them, but I enjoyed thinking about much it must have cut them to the heart to send out these checks.

      1. Bluestatelibel

        Should have known… I'll donate it to OWS, courtesy of a former BOA account holder. And I still get to smirk over the fact that their share price is now a laughable five bucks.

      2. Tundra Grifter


        I don't think that is correct. Certain penalties may not be taken as business expenses. Parking tickets, for example.

        Depending on the wording of the settlement, of course (ask Herman Cain about all that) it may not be a deductible business expense.

        In the case of Bank of America the point well may be moot, because in order to take advantage of a business expense deduction an enterprise must first be making a profit…

    1. OzoneTom

      Just think how they'll feel when you close all of your accounts with them now as an xmas gift to them.

  17. DeLand_DeLakes

    THIS Minnesota homo ain't offering no apology to that Koch whore. I would instead like to extend an invitation for her to impale herself on an icicle on her way out of the Capitol.

  18. BarackMyWorld

    I have mixed feeling about this, because I think it's despicable she's trying to impose her views on marriage on everyone else when she can't live up to them herself, while on the other hand we're back to the point where your personal life is a political issue.

    1. finallyhappy

      yeah, your personal life is a political issue when you are trying to limit everyone else's personal life.

    2. SayItWithWookies

      I know — I don't even like reading about celebrities' personal lives, so those of state legislators from Minnesota are just uncalled-for. And they're so dreary and unimaginative that they all just run together after a while. Mean little biddies like her ought to have crazy freaky sex lives if they're going to insist on annoying us with their public prudery and then having affairs.

    3. Lascauxcaveman

      On the other hand, it can be short lived. For example, now that Snowbilly is more or less a non-entity, nobody's making mean cracks about her kids anymore.

    4. Negropolis

      As always, her personal life is a political issue because of the former. We wouldn't even know who the fuck Amy Koch was if she wasn't such a fucking hypocrite, adn we'll continue to point this out until we make them scream uncle. I harbor no such qualms about working over bullies.

      1. ShaveTheWhales

        Yup. If you make other peoples' personal lives a political issue, yours is fair game. If not, not. Pretty simple.

  19. Antispandex

    I'm not buying it! No one would do her…nobody, no how, no way. Oh, wait… someone did Michelle Bachmann…I still don't buy it though.

    1. Beowoof

      Marcus hired a guy to take care of it for him; as he wasn't interested. It has to be Michele's nightly prayer, "Oh please let him like pussy".

    2. OneDollarJuana

      C'mon, now! Every guy has at least one in his line of conquests that he never admits to (but always keeps in the tally).

  20. owhatever

    oh … oh … Oh … Oh … OH … OH … Harder … Faster … Deeper … OHHH … Do me like the whore I am!! Sigh. Tee-hee. Now I'll check in with God and my hubby, then we can go bash some gays. Again … already?

  21. Veritas78

    I think she's wearing the Abco 16 oz. Janit-Pro Heavy-Duty. I like that one because it withstands repeated wringings without wrist tiring.

  22. Tundra Grifter

    At least she didn't pull a Gingrich and claim it happened because she loves America so much.

    PS: Has Koch-Gobbler already been used?

  23. Rotundo_

    I am still trying to figure this out: She was so driven to defend the christian fundamentalist definition of marriage that she wound up fucking around on her husband? And what are these gay and lesbian tactics that Mr. Medeiros speaks of? Whispering in her ear that her staffer is cute? Or is there a whole new field of tactics heretofore sheltered from the hetero world? Is someone weaponizing the arts? Fashion? Music? Fine Cuisine? Literature? Archetecture?

      1. Chichikovovich

        I think the current state of the science calls it the Pseudo-Gingrich effect. Koch didn't manifest the full Gingrich effect because her husband is believed to be cancer-free.

    1. Radiotherapy

      I'm sure he won the bet.

      Which reminds me. Has any of our obscure movie fans ever seen this classic about the ugly game?
      Just another bad Dr. Paul.

        1. Radiotherapy

          In your style, and in this sappy sentimental solstice season, I've gone back to the OG Radio handle. And may I be the first to wish you a merry fucking xmas and a happy fucking new year, you sweetheart.

          1. PalinzADummy

            Well, merry fucking xmas and a very happy new year to you too! I'll lift a glass of some tasty beverage in your honour! We're doing roast duck again, with taters and turnips. Yum! Here's a hug in advance, more to come.

        1. ShaveTheWhales

          Thank you. At least it got the response I was looking for, although I was hoping for a longer thread. Merry Solstice.

  24. CountryClubJihadi

    Guess she couldn't resist grabbing a L'Oreal Chunky Highlights Kit at Walgreen's when she went to get all that "Halloween" candy.

  25. Monsieur_Grumpe

    From an earlier comment I made on this subject after elviouslyqueer posted a picture of her alleged lover with his sparse hair…

    I got this picture in my head that "the nasty act" between these two would look something like a slightly hairy hard boiled egg sitting in a large bowl of cottage cheese.

    1. jodyleek

      Might I suggest, as an accompaniment to your vivid imagery, the song "Fat Girl" by Steel Panther. (I don't know how to do the linky-linky so you'll have to look it up on iTunes or Youtube yourself).

  26. SorosBot

    To have a Republican politician get taken down by a sex scandal when that politician is a woman is a pleasantly surprising and groundbreaking victory for feminism; Mrs. Kock should be proud..

  27. coolhandnuke

    The Amy Kochtail:
    One part essence of real estate lady, two parts Linda Tripp flop sweat, a jar of Miracle Whip, three parts Xanax, two parts Jenny Craig protein shake, two parts Anita Bryant OJ and 18 parts Everclear.
    Whip into a frothy slurry and consume only at last call desperation hour.
    With a zinfandel chaser.

  28. Chichikovovich

    Thank heavens for Ms. Koch. Finally we are getting marriage back to its traditional, sacred form: one man, one woman, one horndog staffer, and one process server.

  29. Blueb4sunrise

    She's a big leg woman
    She's a big leg woman
    She's a big leg woman
    But I gotta let her go
    But I gotta let her go
    But I gotta let her go

      1. flamingpdog

        According to the police report, they have "three children aged 3, 3, and just under 2", so he was kind of busy there for a while. But no physical violence (this time) according to the report.

        1. tessiee

          "According to the police report, they have "three children aged 3, 3, and just under 2","

          So they had three kids in 30 months? His wife ought to be beating *him* up!

      2. PalinzADummy

        In all fairness, I believe the linked article states that a report was filed over six months ago, and that no actual violence was observed or alleged (which doesn't mean it didn't occur, but it wasn't obvious) at that time. Neither did the article allege that Mr. Brodkorb had ever actually hit his wife either before or after that single incident.

        However, upon reading the (readily-available) articles on Michael Brodkorb, it is impossible to conclude that this guy was anything short of a major-league asshole.

  30. HedonismBot

    OT – but far more important than this stupid bitch – House Republicans "cave" on payroll tax cut. Cave. Cave cave cave. Cavecavecavecavecavecavecave!!!
    I can't stop saying it! "House Republicans cave!" They caved! THEY CAVED!!
    Usually, the word "cave" is coupled with "Democrats." Not this time baby! Cry, John Boehner, you orange sack of whiskey vomit. Cry, baby cry!
    There is a God! There is a Santa! Thank you Easter Bunny! Thank you Aqua Buddha! House GOP caved!!!!
    (And yes, I know this only happened after the Dems made significant concessions. I know the extension is only for two months. I don't pretend to understand all the silly parliamentary bullshit that went into the process. No one needs to point those things out. Just let me.. savor. The. Moment. Aaaaaah!)

    1. OneDollarJuana

      Cave how? Am I wrong, or does this "cave" only last two months, and forces (allows) Obama to "regretfully" accept the Keystone Pipeline as a "difficult decision" that is necessary to "increase jobs", and yet, leaves us at square one re: our economy? I may be wrong, but it seems to me that it's going to be difficult for Obama to embarrass the R's in two-month chunks until next November.

      1. HedonismBot

        Stop! You're harshing my buzz! Boehner's eating crow for Christmas dinner. We finally won a battle (a pretty minor one, granted.) These days, we gotta take our joy where we can find it.

      2. Negropolis

        Funny, I see it as the complete opposite. I'm convinced he's going to indefinitely delay the pipeline. Since OWS, we're controlling the narrative, now, or at least to such an extent that he doesn't have to cave on the pipeline, anymore. I'm betting he's hoping that the political weather will be even bettere by the time February rolls around. Stack on top of that that the state government in red-as-all-kinds-of-hell doesn't want this thing, and it wouldn't even make political sense to approve it.

      1. HedonismBot

        Blink, cave, fold, crumple, whatever. Usually the news is all about how the Democrats have "blinked," "caved," "folded," etc. It's so nice, for once, for it to be the other way around.
        If you want to find the Republicans this holiday season, you better go spelunking.

    1. fuflans

      (i said this earlier in an hommage to charlize theron ala 'young adult' which for some reason keeps making me laugh)


  31. user-of-owls

    I'm thinking the guy didn't so much "schtupp" her as he did "get sucked in by her gravitational pull."

  32. Negropolis

    Come on, you guys. She just loves America so much…I mean, why else would these male staffers keep falling into her who-ha? Hengh?

    These bastards aren't even trying not to look ridiculous, anymore. Have we finally reached peak crazy?

    It is now clear to us that if we were not so self-focused and myopic, we would have been able to see that the time you wasted diligently writing legislation that would forever seal the definition of marriage as being between one man and one woman, could have been more usefully spent reshaping the legal definition of “adultery.”

    Oh, snap! Shit just got really real!

    1. Radiotherapy

      You know, as an inveterate night "owl," but not, of course, the user-of-"owls," one of my favorite Wonkette traditions is waiting for you to swoop in and clean up the thread. Merry fucking solstice, bitch. I don't mean to wax sentimental, but you are the barb of the wee hours. You are, my friend, the opposite of those Lexus "December to Remember" commercials. Oh snap! Indeed.

  33. ttommyunger

    Was going to fap later tonight, but that face! My dick has retreated into my abdomen. It will prolly be a week before I can coax it out.

  34. BigDumbRedDog

    That picture this morning of the lovely lady sailor smooching her lovely lady lover made my day. This story was just the cherry on top.

  35. Negropolis

    You know, as a fellow upper midwesterner, I'd always had passing knowledge of Minnesota Nice. It was not until recently that I was introduced to Minnesota Crazy. Do. Not. Like/Want.

    1. FNMA

      As a person from the Northeast, I always thought Minnesota Nice was a symptom of being batshit crazy. So, the two, in my view, are not mutually exclusive.

  36. OneDollarJuana

    Oncet I went to Hairmasters and the gal was cutting my hair so badly that I literally had her quit in the middle, went to my usual barber and had my head shaved. My head was cold but it was worth it.

    1. tessiee

      "had my head shaved. My head was cold but it was worth it."

      And you got a really cute avatar picture out of the result.

  37. Chichikovovich

    I was trying to decode the look radiating from her eyes in that picture. It's like they're looking straight at me. That penetrating, hungry gaze. I asked myself: why does it seem that her eyes are saying: "Hey delicious, how I would like to reach right through the computer screen and clamp my hands on you, sweetbuns! And then when I do have you firmly in my grasp, mmmmmm…. melt in my mouth."

    Then I realized that the cameraman had been holding up a cheeseburger.

    1. chicken_thief

      I dunno, rock – that is one large woman…. gives a whole new meaning to "heat in the winter, shade in the summer".

    2. prommie

      I'm with you; you know, you just know, that she brings the screaming crazy sex. Its those crazy eyes, this is the kinda psycho I have been talking about lo these many years whenever I have mentioned the freaky crazy-chick sex.

  38. frostbitefalls

    Oh my…the staffer who was screwing her "previously operated the site Minnesota Democrats Exposed, where he often trafficked in scurrilous gossip to make his political enemies look bad."


  39. mourningnmerica

    Did she get those teeth out of a plastic vat at the checkout counter at Casey's General Store? What a fucking roach.

  40. prommie

    She looks quite the dirty girl. She's got this smug "I been suckin' some dick" look on her face there.

  41. prommie

    Those passive-aggressive gays have poor grammar and, well, some of the words they use, they do not mean what they seem to think they mean. For me, it destroyed the humor of it.

  42. DaRooster

    Hey… I wouldn't kick her out of bed for eating crackers.

    I would kick her out of bed for being a vile hater of people and their rights… oh and… she wouldn't be there in the first place so…

    1. Tundra Grifter


      There isn't enough room on the floor, either.

      If she ever had to haul ass it would take two trips.

  43. Tundra Grifter

    John Medeiros' letter makes "cheap and tawdry" sound like a bad thing.

    Isn't that the whole idea? What other kind of affair is there?

    1. Chichikovovich

      The kind that involves million dollar lines of credit at Tiffany's? Those get your past marriages annulled toot sweet. Nothing like the blessing of the Holy See to change "cheap and tawdry" into "Endorsed by the American Family Association".

  44. SenileAgitation

    Hey wait! This is not fair and balanced. The FLOTUS publicly agreed to have sex with an enlisted man (!) who is NOT her husband, but no one asks this gay marriage enthusiast to resign! Typical liberal hypocrisy.

  45. prommie

    You know, this letter got me to thinking, and its great, a good thing, for teh gays to finally take responsibility for one of the traditional marriages that has been ruined by gay marriage. Its a great start, but its not enough. Isn't it finally time for all of us, all of us liberal progressives, and all the free-love espousing, "if it feels good do it" hippies, and all the cultural relativists who reject traditional sexual morality, isn't it finally time for all of us to write a letter to the Roman Catholic Church, apologizing for creating the libertine atmosphere in society that made all those "celibate" priests go on a child-fucking spree?

    1. MzNicky

      A nice thought indeed, but you can't blame the hippies for this one. I'm pretty sure Catholic priests have been child-fucking for centuries.

  46. Blueb4sunrise

    I'm finding this photo increasingly difficult to fap to.
    errrr of which to fap
    I'm finding, to fap to this photo , it is increasingly difficult…..

      1. Tundra Grifter


        When we bring the light to the heathen it isn't often enough we get thanked for the good work.

        Glad you like it! The best part is, Chick Willis is alive and kickin. As Shel Silverstein wrote, "Nashville is rough on the livin', But she really speaks well of the dead."

        Enjoy this wonderful R&B genius while he's still with us.

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