Let the governor have his jet, but let him buy it.
In response to a letter in the Clarion (May 19), I say if he is determined to get a jet, he can use his own money to buy it and then he wouldn't have to share it with state troopers.
He has cut benefits to seniors, Medicaid and many other programs and is now after state workers' retirement, plus several other items that hurt the working people.
He has his retirement pension, plus medical coverage through his service in the U.S. Senate; he has no monetary worries. If he can afford a 65-foot yacht sitting in a harbor, surely he can afford to buy his own jet!
Glen Schrader, Kenai
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