NJ Democrat to Bondage Galpal: “You delete these e-mails, right?”

Posted by on Mar 25, 2013 at 7:16 am
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If you have to ask whether you’re secret bondage girlfriend is deleting racy emails, it’s probably too late. Let’s just say his hands are tied now.

A powerful New Jersey Democrat who’s being touted as the party’s next state chairman has an insatiable lust for bondage, oral sex and spanking, secret e-mails obtained by The Post reveal.

Assemblyman Joe Cryan, of Union, graphically spelled out his kinky proclivities in more than 150 e-mails that he sent to a lobbyist — and then fought to keep them hidden after he stunned the state political world by having her busted for stalking in 2006.

After her arrest, Karen Golding said that they were intimately involved — and that she had the e-mails to prove it. Cryan has denied the relationship.

We guess he figured after he had her arrested that was the end of it. But she kept the emails, obviously.

With the case still playing out in court, the secret correspondence — racy enough to make any “Fifty Shades of Grey’’ fan blush — landed on the driveway of a Post reporter.

“What do you want to be spanked with?” the lascivious lawmaker asked Golding in an inappropriate workday exchange that spanned 14 hours on June 28, 2004.

“What will you wear to beg for it?”

“Available for a bj this morning?” Cryan lustfully queried. “I’m really hard and horny.”

The e-mails were written when the pol presumably would have been at one of his government jobs — either his $49,000-a-year Assembly gig or his $111,000-a-year post as Union County undersheriff.

In recent weeks, Cryan — who was Democratic Party chair from 2009 to 2010 — has emerged as a contender to return to the chairmanship as the party gears up to take on Gov. Chris Christie at the voting booths in November.

In one e-mail, Cryan peppered his partner with questions.

“Tell me about your preference . . . knees . . . stairs?” On all fours as I stand?” he asked on June 11, 2004.

“Or hands tied to a bedpost as you stand? Dressed appropriately, of course.”

Cryan’s idea of appropriate dress included “leather and boots . . . nipple clamps . . . easy-access skirt . . . Playboy-like lingerie.”

Cryan, who was vice chairman of the state Democratic Party at the time, dispatched most of his missives to Golding’s personal inbox from the AOL e-mail account listed on his official Assembly candidacy biography.

Cryan also traded other e-mails with Golding from his state government account and the account assigned to him by the Union County Sheriff’s Office, the documents show.

In their exchanges, Cryan admitted he was mixing business with pleasure.

On a Sunday in January 2004, Cryan sent more than a dozen e-mails to Golding, saying he was working at his legislative office in suburban Elizabeth.

He sent her a draft of a bill, the Financing Fairness Act, from his government e-mail around noon, asking, “What do you think? Appreciate it if you respond on the aol account.”

A few minutes later, from the AOL account, Cryan wrote:

“I’m having this great fantasy about you coming into this office, bending you over the desk.”

He then e-mailed the address of the office — which he shares with state Sen. Ray Lesniak — noting, “Surprise visits are always nice.”

Cryan frequently suggested they hook up for “blow and go” sessions.

Cryan, at various points, grew nervous about the paper trail he’d created.

“You delete these e-mails, right?” he asked July 21, 2004, as he cyber-fantasized about Golding dressing up like a hooker to surprise him the next week at the Democratic National Convention in Boston.

Oops. Anyway, here are the emails. Have a nice day, Joe.

 

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8 Responses to “NJ Democrat to Bondage Galpal: “You delete these e-mails, right?””

  1. Blue Hen on 25/25/13 at 8:49 am

    And yet, it’s the taxpayers that get screwed. Do it on your own time, and from your own e-mail accounts.

    Is anyone stupid enough to believe that Big sis will be surveying these e-mails?

  2. MT Geoff on 25/25/13 at 1:28 pm

    Once an e-mail has gone out, “delete” is a ship that has sailed. The e-mail servers, at least, have the item stored. This is the Clinton-Lewinsky rule of deleted e-mails.
    This would be only the business of the people involved except for the legislator’s apparent misuse of his position to take legal action against his sex partner.
    Remind me who is running a war on women — I keep forgetting, because most of the actual harm to women is coming from Ds.

  3. Blue Hen on 25/25/13 at 6:17 pm

    This would be only the business of the people involved except for the legislator’s apparent misuse of his position to take legal action against his sex partner.

    Wrong. He used work e-mails for some and used time at work for others. That makes it the taxpayer’s business.

  4. White Hat on 25/25/13 at 7:31 pm

    Too bad so sad the über-smarter-than-you democRATS don’t know how to use computers.

  5. observer on 30/30/13 at 12:12 pm

    Blue state New York debauched democorrupt voters will return this pervert to office with a massive landslide next election.