Jeb's Alleged Affair
- Alia Faraj, "Governor Bush Makes 2 New Agency Appointments," flanews.com, September 5, 2000: "Governor Jeb Bush's most controversial appointee has been replaced... Cynthia Henderson who headed the Department of Business and Professional Regulation was today appointed to run the Department of Management Services. In her new role, Henderson will be responsible for working with state technology leaders and overseeing the state's major technology reforms."
- Anthony York, "Jeb Bush denies affair rumors. Florida's governor says stories linking him to a Cabinet secretary are 'an outright lie'," Salon, May 14, 2001: "The whispers linking Bush to Cynthia Henderson, secretary of the Department of Management Services, had reached something of a fever pitch thanks to an unsourced item on MediaWhores Online, followed by items in the Tallahassee Democrat and a cryptic reference to Bush's 'family troubles' in a column by conservative writer Robert Novak. Two other Florida dailies weighed in with stories about the rumor over the weekend."
- Sarah Left, "Jeb Bush,", Guardian/UK, May 15, 2001: "Jeb Bush has given his brother's presidency its first hint of scandal by going public to deny an affair. Read our guide to the best sites on the governor of Florida."
- "Florida Governor Jeb Bush Denies Fling with former Playboy Bunny," Buzzle.com, May 16, 2001: "Rumors have been flying around lately that link Florida Governor Jeb Bush with former Playboy Bunny and top state employee, Cynthia Henderson. ... The president's younger brother called an impromptu press conference yesterday to dispel rumors that he is having an affair with the head of the state Department of Management Services, Cynthia Henderson. Henderson, a very attractive 40-year-old former Playboy Bunny, also denied the reports when questioned by reporters at a recent bill signing, where both she and Governor Jeb were present. ... Other than the standard ramblings of the liberal press in Florida, there has been no evidence offered to substantiate the claims of infidelity."
- Al Martin, "The Jeb Bush Affair Story That Won't Go Away," investigate911.com, no date (May 2001): "The Governor did not however specifically address allegations made on the Al Martin Raw Website that he was aware he been videotaped by an FBI surveillance camera at the 2001 Super Bowl held in Tampa. Nor would the Governor address what was raised on Al Martin Raw that in fact Ms. Henderson was seeking money to keep quiet about her affair with the Florida Governor."
- "Jeb Bush secures sunshine state,", BBC/UK, November 6, 2002. Scroll down to "Family Problems."
- Peter Wallsten, "Jeb Bush's regime showing cracks," Bradenton Herald, December 10, 2002: "In the past week, Bush also lost two of his most trusted agency chiefs to resignations - Lottery Director David Griffin and Management Services Secretary Cynthia Henderson. ... Aides say Bush tried to keep Henderson, a controversial but loyal lieutenant, by offering her a reconfigured job, an offer she refused."
Will having an article on Jeb Bush in the same tiny 1000-article space as one on truth case them to come into contact and implode, like matter meeting anti-matter? If so SourceWatch might be dangerous technology or at least a cyber threat.
And, is that "my Florida" as in "eco-no-my" ? ;-)