New Jersey is the most corrupt state

We thought we had seen everything; but the illegal sale of human organs? New Jersey political curruption has reached a new height.

“It seems that everyone wanted a piece of the action,” said acting U.S. Attorney Ralph J. Marra Jr. “The corruption was widespread and pervasive.” He said the politicians in New Jersey “existed in an ethics-free zone.”

Jon Corzine’s cabinet member Joseph Doria had his home and offices searched by the FBI and resigned later that evening. Why resign if there is nothing to hide?

“Despite what Corzine’s campaign is saying about how much progress he’s made, New Jersey set a new standard (yesterday) for perp walks,” said Peter McDonough.

Peter Cammarano, newly elected mayor of Corzine’s home town of Hoboken was caught in the sting. Corzine, until yesterday, was very friendly with Cammarano.

In May, when Peter Cammarano, a Democrat running for mayor of Hoboken, was short on cash, the CW gave the candidate $10,000 from the trunk of his car in exchange for a promise to expedite approvals of developments in Hoboken, the complaint said.

“We’re going to be friends for a good long time,” Cammarano, 32, told the cooperating witness on June 23, according to the complaint. It said the CW promised to help cover a shortfall in the campaign with $10,000.

“New Jersey’s corruption problem is one of the worst, if not the worst, in the nation,” said Ed Kahrer, who heads the FBI’s white-collar and public corruption division. That a governor can sit in office and allow this sort of rampant cancer to destroy our state while he continually funnels taxpayer money to bureaucrats in patronage jobs is inexcusable.

If the idea that New Jersey politicians are corrupt is foreign to you, or you think it is only a few bad apples, you really need to read The Soprano State: New Jersey’s Culture of Corruption. This expose’ will sicken you, proving once and for all that this state is corrupt to the core.

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