anti-gay in the office, very gay in the officeFrom: email@example.com
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Nov 20 2017 02:50:40
On Fri, 6 Oct 2017 14:19:21 -0400
RS Wood <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
But what Mr. Murphy’s moral flexibility ultimately reveals is that,
for these particular hard-line anti-abortion politicians, it’s not
about fetal pain or the sanctity of life. It’s all about control —
whether you’re telling a woman she can’t have an abortion, or forcing
a woman to get one.
Well, guess this story goes here, then. I have no issue with
homosexuality. But I have a huge problem with hypocrisy. Come up to
the stage and take your trophy, Republican state lawmaker Wesley
As usual, the people who are most vehemently against something, are
also doing that same thing.
An anti-LGBT Ohio lawmaker who resigned this week over “inappropriate
behavior” with another man at his legislative office had a history of
aggressively pursuing gay men during his time in Washington D.C.
The revelations are a stark contrast to the conservative beliefs — like
marriage only occurring between a man and a woman — that state Rep.
Wesley Goodman touted in his public life.
Goodman, a former congressional staffer who also worked for
conservative groups, was “all over Craigslist,” Chris Donnelly, who
posted ads on the classifieds site, told Cleveland.com.
Donnelly, also a Republican congressional aide, said Goodman replied to
one of his posts and they had a sexual rendezvous in 2008. He showed
the news site emails from an account using the name Brad Murphey — a
“straight/curious” man who needed to keep things quiet.