The Bush administration’s Justice Department has a vested interest in portraying every “plot” it busts as the next 9/11, regardless of how embryonic or feeble. It serves as a distraction from the administration’s failures in Iraq and elsewhere, it perpetuates the state of fear that has served this White House well in recent years, and it justifies the massive Homeland Security bureaucracy.That conclusion was backed up with exhibit A, an article from the New York Times, which includes this:
In Washington, senior law enforcement officials said that while the charges against those arrested were serious, there was no evidence that they were connected with any foreign terrorist organizations or broader conspiracy.White House spokesman Tony Snow gave a brief statement last week saying essentially the same thing when asked about the case by reporters.
You can read his entire” Pizza Plotters and the 28-Percenters on Fantasy Island” post here and check out the comments on his post he’s talking about here. In the meantime here are the comments he received from dissenters to his screed and a selection of comments from his supporters. Comments by “rumpus-room Churchills” are in red.
My last post attracted a swarm of comments. Most agreed with the post, but there were a couple of loopy anti-Semiti cconsipracy (sic) buffs who had to be relegated to the spam bin, and a few rumpus-room Churchills who instantly equate skeptics with Neville Chamberlain. These 28-Percenters are immune to fact, argument and memory — despite the Bush administration’s record of ineptitude and corruption, they have been imprinted with the idea that Bush is a stalwart guardian of the West.
You can lead a winger to water but you can’t make him think. Island environments, isolated from competition and natural selection in the larger world, tend to produce the strangest life forms. Intellectual isolation appears to have the same effect. Long after the Bushies and their Republican handmaidens have been evicted from power and the great cleaning-up has begun, the bizarre fauna of Wingerworld will still be building their bunkers on the beach and jumping at shadows in the woods, building their alternate-universe mythology around the greatness of George W. Bush.
Let them stay there. In fact, their perfect intellectual isolation makes them ideal specimens for display to future Americans who might find it hard to believe that this country could have gone so wrong at the start of the 21st century.
1. Vile Whig Says: Sounds like the FBI got hold of a script David Chase threw out……Hart’s got a point about Democrats. President Clinton made a persuasive case for regime change and attacking Iraq militarily. A Democratic Party-controlled Senate authorized the war in Iraq – 77 to 23. The rest of the moonbat’s rant is just nonsense.
9. MarkedExcess Says: So, are you suggesting they are innocent of any wrongdoing and should not have been arrested?
11. Dr. Acula Says: I wonder how much $ the FBI wasted on this case?
15. Rebecca Aguilar Says: I thought the air had been deprived of oxygen when this “terrorist plot” story broke. Pinning something like this on MORONS who would have been undetected but for their pizza cravings? Thanks for the fresh air.
16. ann Says: The only time the FBI can report that it has twarted (sic) another terrorist plot is when they create the scenario. But dontcha feel all warm and safe and fuzzy about Bush now? He’s really working hard to keep us safe.
17. MarkedExcess Says: So, let’s assume what we know about these morons is basically correct, and assume that they weren’t significantly manipulated by the FBI agent.Should we laugh it all off, as if they were 5 year olds running around the backyard with plastic guns yelling bang-bang? Or should they do a long stretch in prison? Or something in between?
18. John Clavis Says: Have you ever noticed that when someone antagonistically starts their comment with “So are you saying…”, they usually follow by intentionally mischaracterizing the argument being made, so as to be able to prevent cognitive dissonance by maintaining the notion that all dissenters are crazy America-haters.It should be obvious to anyone who can read and who isn’t mentally retarded what the point is being made here.
19. orby Says: so….this has just been bugging me for a while….why exactly are these guys referred to as “terrorists”? they were targeting a *military* target. they apparently had no plans to kill civilians. are now any attacks on our actual military units considered terrorist acts? does anyone in the media (or the government) know what the word “terror” actually means?
20. Tareq Says: At least, one finds some intelligent Americans. When one watches how Americans are so happy that they caught a bunch of guys like these, one wonders “Are Americans that weak that they need to boost their self-esteem, glorify themselves, and feel proud over “capturing” a bunch of guys like these (you can’t even call them a gang, not to mention a terrorist cell)?” But sadly, you, the intelligent Americans, are a minority.
21. alisbasement Says: This is a straight up witch hunt and these guys are being framed. Proud (and innocent) Muslim Americans, who are just trying to achieve the American dream like everyone else, now live in fear due to this form of entrapment, what is this world coming to?
23. Legalpad Says: The moment the story broke, timed to distract from and offset damaging news on Iraq, it was obvious that this was a propaganda set piece. They’ve had this in the can for over a year. …The true criminals are in the White House. 9/11 was an inside job; this is just part of the mythmaking to keep the larger fraud alive.
25. Out Raged Says: Wonder what the real terrorists are up to while we waste time and money on a bunch of guys who couldn’t find their asses with both hands and a map.
26. Ellen1910 Says: “I’m just glad this is going to play out in court . .” Not a chance. They’ll plead”
27. LoudPatriot Says: Where’s Osama?
29. Stus Says: And the timing is sooo convenient, when the public is getting tired and disillusioned about the Forever Wars in Iraq and GWOT.
31. Margaret Says: Osama bin Laden has promised to kill 4 million Americans and all the government can do is get informants to entrap not very bright people. Shah had no weapons, no plan, and no contacts with al-qaeda. If any case is cheesy, this one certainly is.
33. eldiablotejas Says: Obviously none of you little snots have ever been in a fire fight. If you had you would know that even a bad shot can kill you.
35. gwaltrip Says: Wow, Denial in Action. Now you know why we don’t trust you liberals and Democrats with National Security.
37. Steven Hart Says: That’s rich, gwaltrip. Liberals and Democrats would know which country to invade. They’re also more interested in catching Bin Laden than entrapping pizza men. Go back to watching “24″ now.
Now we have an amazing new twist to the Fort Dix Six where one of the "terrorists" Chris Christie arrested this week: he tried to turn in the FBI informant for plotting to attack Fort Dix!He did? How do you reach that conclusion from the article or this passage he uses ?
Also, one of the men, Tatar, called a Philadelphia police officer in November, saying that he had been approached by someone who was pressuring him to obtain a map of Fort Dix, and that he feared the incident was terrorist-related, according to court documents.Gee, I wonder how the reporter found out about this? Anyway, the moonbat thinks he’s on to something. He’s also highly suspicious of the Bush administration, the US Attorney General, the U.S. Attorney Chris Christie and the FBI. Inquiring minds want to know:
Did Christie and the FBI know that one of their terrorists was trying to foil the terrorist plot? And did the FBI or the US Attorney General tell the Philadelphia Police to back off? It's another couple questions some enterprising reporter should ask him.This “amazing new twist” and the answers to the moonbat’s questions are contained in the U.S. Attorney’s criminal complaints which include the affidavit submitted by the FBI;
In a possible effort to determine whether CW-1 was a law enforcement officer, SERDAR TATAR on November 15, 2006 contacted a sergeant with the Philadelphia Police department and stated that he had been approached by an individual who had pressured him to acquire maps of Fort Dix. TATAR also told the police officer that he did not supply the map and was fearful that the incident was terrorist-related. The sergeant telephoned the FBI in TATAR’s presence.Is this Blue Jersey guy just stupid or was he lamely trying to misinform people? My guess, probably both.
On or about December 7, 2006, law enforcement officers with the FBI interviewed SERDAR TATAR. TATAR falsely told the interviewing officers that he was not a part of the plot to attack Fort Dix and did not know any of the parties that may be involved. TATAR three times falsely denied that he had provided a map of Fort Dix to anyone.
Senator Gerald Cardinale, (R-39), issued the following statement regarding the Trenton Democrat’s plans to abolish the death penalty in New Jersey without retaining exemptions for terrorists, cop killers and child rapists and murderers.Keep in mind the New Jersey Legislature voted unanimously back in March 2002 to make murder committed through terrorism punishable by death (NJSA 2C:11-3C).
"Less than 48 hours before the Senate Judiciary Committee moves legislation that will ban capital punishment for terrorists in New Jersey a terrorist cell was captured planning to massacre personnel at Fort Dix. Now that we have confirmation that terrorists are actively operating in New Jersey we must retain the option of the ultimate punishment for those who conspire to commit mass murder as well as cop killers and child sex fiends."
State Senator Gerald Cardinale (R-39) voted earlier this year for a 20% property tax credit which would have benefited the alleged Fort Dix terrorists from Cherry Hill and Buena Vista Township. Under the plan he supported, would-be terrorist homeowners residing in New Jersey - like those charged today - could see their property taxes cut by up to 20%, depending on their income level. This would enable the terrorists to purchase more guns and other weapons.See what I mean about Melli-Huber? Disagree with him and he responds with total nonsense. Cardinale didn’t paint anyone as pro-terrorist. He’s advocating a position that five years ago had unanimous bipartisan support in New Jersey. There’s nothing crass, opportunistic, divisive or fear mongering for a state senator to express his opinion about pending legislation. That’s his job.
Yes, it's pretty ridiculous to play politics with terrorism, but that's exactly what Senator Cardinale is trying to do by painting those who oppose capital punishment as pro-terrorist. Nevermind (sic) the fact that terrorists would most likely be prosecuted under federal law. This is nothing less than crass opportunism and divisive fearmongering(sic).
Hackers have inserted errors into a number of these posts. I will continue to make corrections on a daily basis. Somebody does not want people paying too much attention to what goes on in New Jersey with your tax dollars. I wonder why?Another moonbat exposed.
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At this pivotal moment in history, the Bush response to any challenge boils down to one of the three Bs: Buy it, bomb it or bullshit it. When it comes to environmental matters, “bullshit it” is in full effect. Instead of looking for innovative approaches that embody the spirit of enterprise and capitalism, Bushie conservatives like Glenn Beck give us tired spin points and discredited non-arguments.What country embodies that spirit, especially when it comes to environmental matters? The moonbat tells us it’s communist China. Who knew?
But what I love about this article is the way it shows that out there in the larger world, beyond the ring of back-scratching crony capitalists, petrochemical flacks and ideological clowns that have America in a hammerlock, people are still thinking and trying new things.Communist propaganda? Is that new? Dongtan only exists on paper, but China does plan to have phase one of the Potemkin eco-village completed by the 2010 “Better City, Better Life”, Shanghai World Expo.
Treasury is keen to develop the leisure and recreational facilities of Chongming, which will include golf courses, hotels, restaurants and what the group refers to as an 'equine centre' - horseracing is rare in China, where gambling is illegal, though widely practised.Eco-fantasyland. Back in the real world, it’s George Bush who bought a ranch and built a house that incorporates every "green" feature current home construction can provide - Al Gore is the one in full “bullshit it” mode.
For a people whose deep national pride is in bestowing the Nobel Peace Prize, Norwegians are developing a reputation for throwing some sharp elbows.The moonbat opines on the piece and adds this:
Memo to New York Times copy editors: The Nobel prizes are awarded in Sweden, not Norway. I guess the little slanty lines through the Os threw you off.The Nobel Peace Prize is in fact unique, awarded by a committee of five, appointed by the Norwegian parliament. The Peace Prize ceremony takes place every year on December 10 in Oslo, Norway and is presented to the winner by the Chairman of the Norwegian Nobel Committee in the presence of the King of Norway.
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I don’t use the stuff and I never have. But I also recognize that pot smoking is one of the most benign vices known to man. Its removal from the list of banned substances would send scary statistics about illegal drug use plummeting, taking with it the “War on Drugs” and its well-funded array of programs and military toys.He’s all in on the drug-abuse industrial complex conspiracy theory so no logic is required. I’d say he must have missed the April 29 Addendum to the Slate piece he quoted and this bit of scientific information from the experts, but it probably wouldn’t matter.
Blue Jersey now has its own Statehouse correspondent to keep an eye and ear on what's going on in the capitol. So from now on, when something goes down in Trenton, you'll know about it because we'll be there taking plenty of notes. We believe this arrangement -- a fully-credentialed blogger covering the statehouse beat -- is truly revolutionary. This may even be a first for the progressive blogosphere.Fully credentialed? Please.
“Bona fide press credentials” are defined as those issued by the New Jersey Press Association, in association with the New Jersey Broadcasters Association and the New Jersey Cable Association and authorized through the New Jersey State Police and the Office of the Attorney General.Here’s hoping BJ is paying him a living wage and providing him with quality benefits. I for one am tired of supporting unemployed moonbats so that they can play at being a political activist.
Note to Doug Bailey and Gerald Rafshoon of Unity08: Is Steve Kornacki really the guy you want as "an organizer for Unity08"? Judging from this ill-supported pro-Pelosi party-line op-ed in the New York Observer, Kornacki doesn't seem to think that (to quote from the Unity '08's "What We Believe" statement):No, not Democrats – moonbat Democrats. Kornacki’s cause is the same; he’s just changed his fig leaf.He seems like an enthusiastic Dem. Nothing wrong with that! But aren't the best organizers people who actually believe in their cause? … Have the Democrats completely coopted or overshadowed your message?
neither of today's major parties reflects the aspirations, fears or will of the majority of Americans. Both have polarized and alienated the people.
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Anyone even slightly familiar with the Hart-Celler Act of 1965, the foundation of current U.S. immigration law, knows it wasn’t “written by WASPs to discriminate against dark-skinned people”. In fact, the act dramatically changed the pattern of legal immigration to the United States, which in turn greatly changed the racial and ethnic composition of the country.
I’ll bet a significant percentage of the people living here are illegals.
And I for one couldn’t care less. To put it even more bluntly, I don’t give a sh*t.
Even some of my more fair-minded and liberal acquaintances betray a slightly weird streak of nativism when the topic of amnesty for illegals comes up.
“You wanna reward people for breaking the law?” they ask, and I say, “If the law was written by WASPs to discriminate against dark-skinned people, then frankly, my dear, I don’t give a damn who breaks it.”
They fought their way to get here because they wanted something better, which is the exact same reason my relatives wanted to come here. And if they didn’t come through Ellis Island to get chalk marks put on their backs and their names anglicized, all I can say is, Big f**king deal.
In 1970, whites (mostly native-born) comprised 83 percent of the U.S. population; blacks (almost all native-born) were 11 percent; Asians and Pacific Islanders (almost all foreign-born) were 1 percent; and Latinos (mostly foreign-born) were 4 percent.A million people from every corner of the world legally immigrate to the United States each year. They come to this country because they believe it is superior to the one they left behind by virtue of the very fact of their immigration. If you want to blame WASPs for writing the immigration laws that make it possible, then credit those WASPs for creating the economic and legal systems that make the U.S. “something better”.
By 2000, the figures were, respectively, 69 percent, 13 percent, 4 percent, and 13 percent. Unless these policies are changed, racial and ethnic minorities will grow as a percentage of the population until European Americans are less than half the population by roughly 2050.
With the new post, McGreevey can once again accrue credits for years of service in the state pension system because Kean is a public college. McGreevey, 49, already has more than 19 years of service in the pension system. His final retirement benefit will be calculated based mostly on his nearly three years as governor, when he earned $157,000 a year. He will be eligible for his full pension once he has 25 years in the system and reaches his 60th birthday.New Jersey’s taxpayer funded universities and colleges are major patronage pits for the Democratic Party. Sen. Wayne Bryant with a no-work position at New Jersey’s University of Medicine and Dentistry, former Gov. Jim Florio with his $96,632 salary for teaching one day per week at Rutgers and now, even the Xpatriated moonbat is cashing in at New Jersey City University. That's to name just a few. But hey, "it’s for the children”!
Strange, isn’t it, how the Republicans who spend their days calling liberals and Democrats a bunch of wimps turn into a clutch of shivering mice at the thought of facing left-wing protestors?The moonbat forgot to mention security planning is also underway for the 2008 "pantywaist" convention to be held in Denver.
Day in, day out, winger commentators are denouncing lefties as a bunch of white wine and Brie scarfing pantywaists who can’t be trusted to carry out a decent war. But when these stalwart warriors get together for their quadrennial gathering of the wingnut flock, their terror of the pantywaists is such that they can hardly bring themselves to fly in unless the gathering place is surrounded by platoons of cops and miles of chain-link fence.
So, by all means, let the St. Paul authorities squander millions of dollars to protect the Republicans from the scary liberals.
Security will be tight during the 4 day event and run up a tab of about $35 million.The moonbat’s idiocy continues with this little know fact, pushed by The World Socialists. According to the opinioned moonbat:
The worst political violence to take place in America in recent years took place in Florida in November 2000 when a mob of Republican operatives attacked the Dade County canvassing board as it attempted to evaluate and recount disputed ballots in the presidential election.A small protest did occur and the Miami-Dade Democratic Party chairman was pushed, but no one ever "attacked" any member of the Dade County canvassing board. David Leahy, the Dade County's supervisor of elections and a member of the canvassing board said "At no moment was I intimidated." Leahy told the told the Los Angeles Times: "I was not intimidated by that protest. I saw it for what it was ... a noisy, peaceful protest."
President Bill Clinton arrived here Wednesday, in a shaken and subdued city, and immediately sought to move beyond the violent demonstrations that a day earlier disrupted World Trade Organization meetings, hoping to persuade delegates that a deal could still be rescued to further open world markets.Is $4 million for security in Minnesota enough? I doubt it.
The disturbances Tuesday, and the show of police force used in reclaiming the area, was of a magnitude unseen in the United States since the anti-Vietnam War and civil rights demonstrations of the 1960s and '70s.
The demonstration turned violent after small numbers of youths in ski masks and bandannas began breaking windows in downtown banks, restaurants and shops, overturning trash bins, setting garbage on fire and vandalizing police cars and city buses.
Riot police enforced a state of civil emergency declared by Mayor Paul Schell; all demonstrations were banned in a large area, and protesters faced immediate arrest. The governor of Washington state, Gary Locke, called in unarmed National Guard units. The Seattle police chief, Norm Stamper, said Wednesday that the state of emergency and a curfew would remain in force here until the WTO talks were over.
"Ninety-nine percent of people didn't know what the WTO was before this," said Steve York, who had come from Minneapolis for the protest, his first since the Vietnam War. "Now they do."
The 45-year-old man has pleaded guilty to aggravated manslaughter, aggravated assault and two counts of aggravated sexual assault and is expected to serve up to 35 years, said Mike D'Andrea, an assistant Hudson County prosecutor.The Jersey Journal calls the father, Jose Ventura, a ‘beast’. The beast’s lawyer describes Ventura's mental capacity as "primitive." No excuses. He was smart enough to make his way to New Jersey from El Salvador.
Officials say the man had a sexual relationship with his daughter beginning when she moved from El Salvador at age 13 in 2000, D'Andrea said.
The father ordered his daughter to throw the babies down the shaft, and threatened to kill her and her mother if she did not, D'Andrea said.
The defendant, who is also from El Salvador and is in this country illegally, could be deported back to that country after completing his sentence, authorities said.
The daughter has also pleaded guilty to reckless manslaughter and aggravated assault, and she faces a maximum of seven years in prison, he said.
Yea, I see a few problems. Xpatriated is comparing his tax rate – 25% - to the percent of income the President and Vice President paid in taxes. The tax rate for Bush and Cheney was 35% . Under the worse case scenario the Xpatriateds paid 18.55 % of their income in federal income taxes.
Here’s a clue:
If you do the math, the President had an effective tax rate of 24.3%. The Cheney’s tax rate was slightly higher - 25.8%. My wife and I hit the 25% tax bracket this year.
See any problems?
Cheney overpaid his taxes by more than I make, and he paid almost the same tax rate that I did. The President donated almost as much as my wife makes and he pays, actually, a lower rate than we do.
Sorry, but when this is true, the false protest that the rich pay too much is just hollow.
Gee. I wonder how we ended up with a budge deficit.
Regularly defenders of US Attorney Chris Christie point to his convictions, his conviction rate or that he has nailed Republicans to counter our argument that his office's actions have influenced elections. Those are fine arguments, but ultimately they are just straw men that doesn't (sic) apply to our real argument.The moonbats are saying Christie is making Democrats look bad and Republicans good.
We are not saying that Christie is wrongly convicting anyone. We are not saying that Christie is cutting off investigations when he finds dirty Republicans. We are not saying that Christie should not be convicting the Wayne Bryants, Craig Calloways, John Lynch's or other Democrats he's nailed. Frankly, we kind of like that.
What we are saying is that the timing of subpoenas, the publicity for investigations and Christie's own statewide speaking tours are having a positive influence on future electoral prospects for himself and the Republican party, and a negative influence on the prospects for Democrats.The moonbats think the "Christie affect" might cause voters to turn the bums out.
These exhortations to get people active in politics can also be seen as an effort to build an informal grassroots base, much as Al Gore is being accused of doing with his An Inconvenient Truth tour. By exhorting people to political action in his role as corruption buster, Christie appears to be on an influence building tour and setting himself up to run for future office.The moonbats think Christie’s actions are unethical and against the law.
Clearly for someone covered by the Hatch Act, which prohibits certain federal employees from engaging in politics, this speaking tour is patently unethical and should be stopped immediately.Eliot Spitzer would probaly disagrre. Ask him
Often the "appearance of impropriety" is enough to generate an investigation of a public official by a prosecutor. Given how he got the job, how his investigation and conviction rates have changed, and his public speaking tour there is no way anyone can say that there is no appearance any longer.
Now that Don Imus has been tossed off WFAN, let me know when it's safe to tune into WABC, where the mouths actually shill for the Repugs, theocrats, neofascists, homophobes & warmongers, & publish their spew in books that are on the shelves of my local library. Won't be as easy as shooting a half-dead fish in a barrel. I don't even want to think about what's on the AM radio dial west of the Delaware River.
Murphy’s Law tells us that whatever can go wrong, will go wrong. And the recent situation involving Professor Walter Murphy, emeritus professor of Princeton University, gives us its new corrollary (sic):“When something goes wrong and the blame can traced to the Bush administration, legions of right-wing pundits and bloggers will leap to assure everyone that nothing bad actually happened and anyone who says otherwise is a shrill conspiracy nut.Walter Murphy did not find himself on the Terrorist Watch list. He found himself selected for a heightened airport security check on one leg of his trip. Had he actually been on the Terrorist Watch list he would have bee prevented from flying. He was not.
So if a wildly respected legal scholar like Walter Murphy finds himself on the Terrorist Watch list, I’m perfectly prepared to believe it may not have been because Murphy has thoroughly criticized the Bush administration for its habit of wiping its feet on the Constitution. It’s just another one of those funny coincidences. That’s what the Wall Street Journal and a gnat-swarm of winger bloggers and concern trolls would have us believe, anyway.
I flew back without having trouble getting a boarding pass. But when I was in Princeton, I had breakfast with former student -- a Republican congressman, and called a number of friends in my academic life, and the NSA monitors a lot of phone calls, especially cell phone calls, so I tried to use the words that might trip their computers like starting calls by saying, "I'm on the terrorist watch list" and "I've been criticizing George Bush" and if indeed these things are monitored, maybe they heard this, I don't know.Two more moonbats exposed.
Buckle, 29, said he was in a hospital for five days and in bed at his Queens home for a month after undergoing surgery for a lacerated liver and stomach. He said he also suffered cuts, bruises, scratches and an eye injury in the attack.Currently on trial in New York are Patreese Johnson, 20, Renata Hill, 25, Venice Brown, 19, and Terrain Dandridge, 20, all of Newark, N.J..
The defendants are charged with first- and second-degree assault and gang assault. Johnson, accused of stabbing Buckle, also is charged with second-degree attempted murder.Tony Blair has an explanation for cases like this.
Three of the seven women pleaded guilty to assault charges in exchange for sentences of six months in jail and five years probation.
I think the new version will have to be: A liberal is a conservative who got a close look at the Bush administration’s way of doing business.So blinded by hatred, this moonbat is gullible enough to believe anything. In this case it’s a yarn lefties are spinning about Walter F. Murphy, a professor emeritus of jurisprudence at Princeton. The story goes that Murphy was denied a boarding pass via curb-side check in for a flight to Newark because he’s been placed on the 'Terrorist Watch list' for a speech he once gave critical of George Bush.
More likely, though, Murphy was a "selectee"--chosen for heightened security by a process that is part random, part based on a variety of factors, most of which are not publicly disclosed, but which are known to include holding a one-way ticket and purchasing a ticket in cash.Here’s an updated version of the adage. A liberal is someone who's been mugged by little girls and a moonbat is someone who believes leftie fairytales.
When McGreevey filed for divorce from his second wife in February, he said the couple had resolved custody issues. But Matos McGreevey said no such agreement had occurred. The former governor then filed a revised complaint seeking custody and child support.Now the former governor has revised his demands.
McGreevey seeks overnight parenting time with his daughter on some weekdays and weekends, and wants to share in parental decision-making. He also wants to be able to take the girl to Australia, where partner Mark O'Donnell's parents live, and to continue to teach her to swim in the pool at the home he shares with O'Donnell.After resigning in disgrace as governor, keeping his sexual orientation a secret from his wife and humiliating her with a “tell-all” book he’s complaining.
Former Gov. James E. McGreevey also asks the judge to ensure he is not cut off from his child because of his second wife's "seemingly irrational fears" about his sexual orientation. He requests that a parenting coordinator be appointed to sort out visitation and other parenting issues.What a pity this poor woman and child have to put up with this self-centered moonbat.
McGreevey also claimed his wife, the primary custodial parent, has not told him about his daughter's medical tests or absences from preschool, and has complained about artwork in their home, even demanding that one nude photograph be removed.
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