Pulp Non Fiction

[ Monday, August 30, 2004 ]


McGreevey & Cipel Affair or How to Plant a Spy in a Governor's Bed

Governor Jim McGreevey's sorrowful admission on August 12, 2004 to an adulterous homosexual affair with Golen Cipel while in office certainly presents provocative copy, yet there is something very fishy about this and the direction the media chooses to pursue. Frankly, it stinks to high heaven. What do I mean? A question best illustrates the issue.

Which is worse?

Having an adulterous affair with a homosexual while in office?

Allowing a spy into your bed, attempting to install him into a highly sensitive security position, providing him access to sensitive military, energy, technology and corporate intelligence and endangering the entire country via this appointment?

art [2:52 AM]