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April 20, 2007

Jim McGreevey to Teach Ethics

At least the libs running academia have a sense of humor — even if the joke is on those paying tuition. James McGreevey, the corrupt former Governor of New Jersey who put his homosexual love interest — a foreign national — in charge of the state's security, who publicly betrayed his family, and who followed it all up by moving in with a rich gay sugar daddy and suing his poor wife for for custody of their 5-year-old daughter and even child support, will be teaching ethics at a New Jersey public college.

Via Blogmeister USA, here's where ethics expert McGreedy has been shacking up with his latest gay lover:


Here's where his wife lives — at least until she has to sell the place to pay legal bills and child support due to McCreepy's appalling greed:


Kean University in Union, New Jersey has seen fit to hire McCreepy as an "executive in residence," which means he is both a teacher and a consultant. Since it's a public school, it also means he can keep putting in time that counts toward his state pension.

Observes State Republican Chairman Tom Wilson:

Jim McGreevey teaching law and ethics is a little bit like Doctor Kevorkian teaching health maintenance.

Along similar lines, V the K wonders:

What's Next, Don Imus hired as Diversity Coordinator? Mark Foley hired as Director of Youth Programs? Cynthia McKinney for Director of Campus Security? Rudy Giuliani as a Marriage Counselor?

But McCreepazoid's friend Raymond Lesniak, a Dem State Senator, comes to his defense with this spirited endorsement:

The guy wasn't a complete failure. I wouldn't mind going to the class myself if I were a student.

Why not attend anyway? It's never too late for New Jersey politicians to learn about ethics.

At least now we have some idea how moonbat morality is passed on from one generation to another.

McCreepy is the one in the middle.

Hat tip: A Blog For All.

Posted by Van Helsing at April 20, 2007 08:09 AM


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