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The First Gay Ex-Governor Episcopalian Priest

by @ 11:35 pm on May 2, 2007. Filed under In The News

All I can say as native of New Jersey, is that I’m very, very sorry:

NEWARK, N.J. — The nation’s first openly gay governor has become an Episcopalian and been accepted into a seminary, according to a published report.

Former Gov. James E. McGreevey, who was raised as a Roman Catholic, was officially received into the Episcopal religion on Sunday at St. Bartholomew’s Church in New York, said the Rev. Kevin Bean, vicar at the church.

McGreevey has entered the church’s “discernment” phase, which usually precedes seminary work, Bean told The Star-Ledger of Newark in a report posted Wednesday on its Web site.

Okay, let’s just take inventory here.

Lie to your wife. Lie to constituents. Cheat on your wife. Use your authority as Governor to get your boyfriend a job. Then,lie about that and cover it up until you just can’t hide the truth anymore.

Yea, sounds like a resume just suited for a holy man.

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