Apologies to the NY Post for the headline. The right-wing rag is particularly proud, since it was its own Frederic U. Dicker (credited by name in the Times today) who first broke this story. I'm busy today, but I'd certainly be remiss if I didn't post the Commission on Public Integrity's findings on Governor Paterson's receipt of World Series tickets from the Yankees last fall (and I certainly wouldn't want to be accused of bias!). In any event, the report speaks for itself. As is so often the case, it's the coverup - which in this case, according to the Commission, includes lying under oath (indeed, the Times, in its third consecutive front-page right-hand column on Paterson, notes that the commission had asked prosecutors to determine if criminal charges should be brought) - that is worse than the crime.