Anti-Equality MN Senate Majority Leader Resigns Due to Extramarital Affair

Dec 17, 2011 · 22538 views

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Anti-Equality Minnesota Senate Majority Leader Amy Koch resigned from her leadership post the day after fellow Republicans confronted her about allegations that she had an “inappropriate relationship” with a staff member.  Koch rose to power […]

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  1. Marc Felion says:

    they rarely see their own hypocrisy.

  2. mcflyer54 says:

    Unbelievable – just look at the woman and it’s nearly impossible to believe that anyone would be the least bit interested. Must have been a staffer looking for a raise and/or promotion. Whatever credibility she might have had previously is now down to zero.

  3. ThomT says:

    How long before the big public apology? The big boo-hoo? Will she whine about how much she loves her husband, the pressure of the position, the media is out to get her or will she blame it on the big Republican favorite alcohol? Or maybe this arrogant pig will take the stand that her private life should remain private although she doesn’t seem to have any qualms with dictating, criticizing and legislating the private behavior of others. Amy Koch is a freakin’ 41 years old woman – this was not a youthful indiscretion. It was plain and simple old fashioned adultery and she, a proponent of family values and self declared protector of the sanctity of marriage, deserves unending public exposure and ridicule.

  4. ThomT says:

    Minnesota Statute 609.36 says that,

    When a married woman has sexual intercourse with a man other than her husband, whether married or not, both are guilty of adultery and may be sentenced to imprisonment for not more than one year or to payment of a fine of not more than $3,000, or both.

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