James E. McGreevey was inaugurated the 51st Governor of New Jersey just 126 days after the World Trade Center buildings fell, inheriting a weak economy and a gaping budget deficit. Not a hand that many would like to have to play. But this is the job McGreevey wanted, a job he had campaigned for non-stop since he almost upset former Gov. Christie Whitman’s reelection in 1997. So, after one year in office, how has he done?