In case you missed it, Jim McGreevey (D NJ), the former, and quite thoroughly disgraced, homosexual Democratic governor of New Jersey, is suing his wife for custody of their daughter and spousal support.
Oh how far we have fallen.
I think it is fair to remind everyone what Mr. McGreevey’s impulses lead him to. According to his own book, he would hang out in men’s bathrooms on New Jersey Turnpike rest stops and wait for gay encounters with others that were so inclined.
We can only assume those he met were over the age of 18, and he was, ahem, careful.
I think that maybe with the Civil Unions law that was signed into law last year by the Democrats, perhaps they can get a judge to hang out in the handicapped stall since it can easily accommodate three plus a witness.
By the way, for those of you who ride the New Jersey Turnpike, the next time you pull into a rest area, don’t ever let your children go to the bathroom alone. These are the things you have to worry about when you are dealing with people who are so hopelessly infected with Blue State Syndrome.
So then after these encounters, which I am sure led to lasting and caring relationships, he would then go home and pretend to be a loving husband.
Now we know he made love to his first and second wife at least once each because he has two daughters by these two women Correct me if I am wrong, but did he or did he not place his wives, and even his daughters in mortal danger by his ‘lifestyle choice’? I am sure he has heard of this disease called AIDS. Was it not possible that he could pass that on to his wife, who while pregnant, would pass it on to their daughter in the womb? Did he care?
Now he wants *custody* and he wants child support? He is standing with a straight (pardon the pun) face and asking for custody of a child! Maybe he will take his daughters with him as he marches against those who call homosexual acts immoral, and then when he has a few moments he will explain to them how his selfishness nearly cost them their lives.
To those of you who say morals do not matter, take a look at this situation and ask yourself, should a man like McGreevey ever be given unsupervised visitation rights to any child? Should a man like McGreevey be in any position of power ever again?
The man sold his soul for cheap thrills in public bathrooms, and his actions placed the lives of innocent women and children in danger. Those acts,and the culture that spawns such behavior, are indeed immoral.