There were years when political junkies, including the one who writes this column, would stop somewhere late Saturday night to buy the Sunday Star-Ledger, just for the privilege of reading David Wald’s column on New Jersey politics. From 1978 to 2000, his column was the epicenter of insider news in this state. Wald was unspinnable, and a low tolerance for the spreading of male cow manure. So respectfully, Wald’s fans — which certainly includes this writer –who have watched him cover six gubernatorial campaigns and fourteen Attorneys General (including three who became gubernatorial candidates) — have to wonder how Wald, now serving as the spokesman for the state Attorney General, would have written his stories on the embattled Zulima Farber. Interesting footnote: As Communications Director for U.S. Senator Jon Corzine, Wald worked for Darius Goore, the son of Farber’s live-in boyfriend, who was Corzine’s Deputy Chief of Staff in charge of communications.