The Lego legacy
From Charles Webster’s article, McGreevey constructing bogus legacy
That’s all the big McGreevey pay-to-play banning executive order proved to be about — building a bogus legacy for the governor out of Legos . . .
There are plenty more Lego legacy blocks to go around — Taffet, Levinsohn, D’Amiano, Kushner, Chugh, Santiago, Watley, the FastTrack bill, Puerto Rico, Ireland, helicopter rides, and, of course, Golan Cipel.
The article also points out
But here’s the blockbuster part — it was a planned scheme by some cozy Democrats — McGreevey, Assembly Speaker Albio Sires and Democratic Party lawyer Angelo Genova. All were apparently involved in crafting out the scheme. So it comes as no surprise that Sires issued a cautious joint statement with Assembly Majority Leader Joe Roberts that afternoon.
while Codey seeks exemption from ban on pay-to-play all the same.
As Roberto said, Trenton pulls another fast one on the voters.