[Rushtalk] Republican Protected ‘Traditional Marriage’ Before Cheating on His Wife, Hiding It With Gay-Sex Hoax

Carl Spitzer lynux at keepandbeararms.com
Tue Aug 25 07:44:59 MDT 2015


We do have our hypocrits I just with they would join the DNC.
CWSIV




via toddcourser.com

Gideon Resnick
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08.07.151:37 PM ET

Republican Protected ‘Traditional Marriage’ Before Cheating on His Wife,
Hiding It With Gay-Sex Hoax

Two conservative politicians talked up ‘traditional values’ while they
cheated on their spouses with each other. 
The only thing worse for a man than an extramarital affair with a woman
is an extramarital affair with another man. 


At least that’s what Republican state Representative Todd Courser of
Michigan was thinking when he schemed to distribute an email alleging he
had sex with a man to cover up his affair with fellow Republican and
state Representative Cindy Gamrat.

“It will make anything else that comes out after that—that isn’t a video
—mundane, tame by comparison,” Courser told his aide Ben Graham, who
secretly recorded his boss before getting fired for refusing to send the
email. Courser and Gamrat have both declined to discuss whether the
firing of aides on their staff had anything to do with this relationship
cover-up. 


Courser and Gamrat, both of whom are married and have children, styled
themselves as pro-family politicians. They both rose from the tea party
and developed a legislative alliance with the express goal of returning
Michigan to the conservative values of yore.

While they cheated on their spouses with one another, Courser and Gamrat
held themselves up as defenders of “traditional marriage.”

        “The contract that has been in place for thousands of years is
        between a man and his wife on one side and God on the other
        side,” Courser said.

“We are living in the last days,” Gamrat wrote on Facebook after the
Supreme Court legalized same-sex marriage. “Last Friday was a sad day
for America. Last Friday was a crushing day for those who believe in
traditional marriage and traditional morality. I need your help and your
country needs your help now.”

Gamrat said the ruling was a “trampling of the people” and that “the
ramifications of this decision will be devastating, affecting churches,
schools, businesses, pastors, government officials, and families.”


After the ruling, Courser proposed a bill with Gamrat’s support
requiring all marriage certificates in the state to be signed by a
religious leader, essentially making it impossible for municipal or
judicial officials to wed gays.

“The contract that has been in place for thousands of years is between a
man and his wife on one side and God on the other side,” Courser said.

As if that weren’t enough, Courser was also working on the “Pastor
Protection Act” that would ensure that religious leaders do not have to
perform duties that don’t align with their beliefs, like gay marriage.

Gamrat endorsed the legislation as well and it makes it clear on her
website that she only believes in traditional marriage.

It is unclear when the relationship between Gamrat and Courser began but
in August 2013, he referred to her as a friend in a tweet and excitedly
announced that she was running for office. Courser has also appeared in
Facebook photos with her including this one he posted with them.

The Republican speaker of the House wants to know everything about the
two and pledged an “open ended” investigation to find out.


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