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by Nathan'ette Burdine: July 7, 2014
 


Adam Kuhn has learned the hard way that not keeping his “business” wrapped up will cost him a $130,000/year job.

Kuhn, who’s Rep. Steve Stivers’ (R-OH) chief of staff, knows that in politics a person must know and understand the importance of insight, hindsight, and foresight and not placing one’s self into compromising positions that can be used against him.

Kuhn, however, according to Politico, decided to place aside his extensive knowledge about the political game and to strike a penis pose for his former porn star girlfriend turned stay at home mom Jennifer Roubenes Allbaugh.

The decision has left Kuhn unemployed. But unlike some Americans, it is Kuhn’s fault that he is unemployed.

Neither layoffs or reorganization resulted in Kuhn losing his job. Instead, it was Kuhn’s decision to allow a former porn star to take a picture of his penis that resulted in his job loss.

According to Politico, Allbaugh became a jilted lover after Kuhn decided to take the loving away.

Allbaugh decided that the best revenge against Kuhn would be through his boss, Rep. Stivers.

So Allbaugh, according to Politico, posted Kuhn’s penis picture on Rep. Stivers’ twitter page. After posting the picture, Allbaugh took to twitter and called Kuhn everything but the child of God for taking his loving away from her.

“I hate you, AJK, you selfish pompous a-hole… Now we’re even,” Allbaugh tweeted. According to Politico, it wasn’t until after she received a cease-and-desist order that she decided to delete the picture.

Kuhn told Politico that Allbaugh apologized to him. However, the apology didn’t help Kuhn to keep his job.

On June 22, 2014, Kuhn officially resigned from his $130,000/year chief of staff position with Rep. Steve Stivers.




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