My two cents on the McBride-Flynn affair

I’m not going to beat that horse too much, because it’s already near death, but I will say this:

I don’t want to hear one damn word out of Jessica McBride’s mouth about “family values” or the institution of marriage ever again, because she clearly doesn’t understand the meaning of family values or just how sacred marriage is.

Of course, if you’d like to read more on L’affaire McFlynn, you can visit this fine site, or perhaps this one, or even this oneand here’s one more. Heck, Nick Schweitzer also has an interesting take on things.


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9 thoughts on “My two cents on the McBride-Flynn affair

  1. Two consenting adults, a scandal, extramarital affairs, happen everyday.What’s scandalous, is assisting in the cover up of a Ugandan rapist (NON consensual sex) & the luvaffair he has w/ his lawyer a Legal Action of Wisconsin staff member, the bribes taking by a -corrupt Milwaukee judge, A rape and domestic violence victim jailed for fighting back, police breaking her baby bones, paralyzing her -pepper-spraying her & her baby does Bice have the balls to cover that story, now that’s scandalous.

    1. What’s scandalous is a mother breaking the law and withholding her child from that child’s father, a father who coincidentally was never arrested nor convicted of any crimes of domestic violence against April Griffin.

  2. I think there is more to be said about this situation now that the emails are coming out.

  3. “Family values” should enter politics on a very limited (aka conservative) basis. i.e. the government should stay out of it (for the most part).

  4. Rich…I agree. As I have said before I don’t care about two consenting adults…yada yada…but this goes beyond that and family values. It is my opinion Chief Flynn and McBride breached the ethics of their professions. WISN is starting to release excerpts of the emails on their website and in news reports.

  5. I don’t know who gave Dan Bice the emails but WISN did an open records request because the emails were sent from Chief Flynn’s work computer using his work email address.

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