Thursday, May 15, 2008

The Bill Clinton Lack Of Character Award Goes To

I have written before about former New Jersey Governor James McGreevey. You remember him, he announced he was gay and resigned from office only when he was about to be outed anyway.

Now, he is trying
to convince the judge in his divorce case that he's too poor to pay alimony. He claims he's been financially crippled by his resignation and marital troubles. Let's see, who is at fault for his marital troubles and having to resign from office? Why it's the gay guv himself. But, in the world of McGreevy he's never at fault.

Don't forget this was the same guy who came out in support of same sex marriage by saying, it " would offer the ability to bless our relationship in a committed way." Does McGreevey understand anything about commitment? No!

While his divorce was still not finalized, he was living with his lover Mark O'Donnell. Even when his marriage was intact, it didn't prevent him from having affairs. Although he claimed to be a devout Roman Catholic, he remarried without an annulment from his first marriage, is pro abortion and continues to carry on gay affairs. He was accused by his homeland security adviser of sexual harassment and of offering money to make the pending lawsuit go away. He openly admits he has not paid his first ex-wife any child support this year even though he earned $429,000 in 2006 and $185,000 last year. Yes folks, this gay scumbucket was married twice and has a child by each wife. What a guy!

So much for his commitment to his spouse, his faith and his office. McGreevy is committed to McGreevey and nothing else. Yet, Kean University in Union, New Jersey offered him a job teaching law, ethics and leadership and now he is an Episcopal seminary student. Why you would open these doors to a man who has not an iota of integrity is enough to fill many more posts than this.

The courts should make this piece of human debris at least accept reponsibility for the financial welfare of his children. He has nothing else to offer.

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