Friday, July 24, 2009

Pigs At The Trough

Corruption is cultivated at a young age in New Jersey.

Usually, it's guys like Sharpe James who are taken down by corruption charges after long years in public service bilking the taxpayers.

Hoboken Mayor Peter Cammarano learned early on what was neccessary to succeed in New Jersey politics. And, he's refusing to step down.

Of course, this is old hat for the Garden State. Fortunately for the rest of us, the Feds seem to be catching on.

Here's the next question: Why stop at New Jersey?

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