“From day one of the McGreevey administration, everything became a fix again . . .They were only interested in who the contributor was and who they had to take care of.”
You must read the entire New Yorker article, Jim McGreevey and His Main Man: Golan Cipel was only a plaything. It was developer Charles Kushner who speeded his passage through the swamps of New Jersey patronage politics—till Kushner was brought down in his own spectacular sex scandal.
On the one hand, McGreevey should not quit, adviser says. Lesniak, testing waters for an unlikely reversal, argues governor will still be needed past Nov. 15; on the other hand, Governor prepares to meet his future while searching for new office space, McGreevey’s house-hunting, and could be your neighbor: Gov’s friends say he’s looking on waterfront and Mrs McG’s looking in Cranford.