Monday, Aug. 10, 2009 | RE: The Airport Authority’s attitude on expending the public’s money: It is clear from Bob Watkins’ statement:

“The public can trust us because we are not flagrantly violating the rules.”

So we can trust them because they are only violating the rules — but not flagrantly. A typical poltician’s response to getting caught with his hand in the cookie jar. I demand that Watkins and the others who are only violating the rules — “but not flagrantly — return the public monies, and perhaps they should also resign their position of public trust.

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