As Gov. Paul LePage attempts to turn the beautiful state of Maine into a poverty-stricken superfund site, we thought it appropriate to share this takedown of His Eminence.
We're also quite fond of this New York Times editorial, He Dreamed He Saw Kim Jong-Il:
Mr. LePage does retain a sense of workplace opportunity. After his election last November, he named Lauren, his 22-year-old, fresh-from-college daughter, to what was termed an entry-level job as assistant to the governor’s chief of staff.
At $41,000 a year, the post offers $10,000 more than the pay for workers who pass the teacher and police tests. That’s on top of Ms. LePage’s free room and board at the governor’s mansion.