December 8, 2012

Why does LePage object to videographer in public?

Letter to the Editor

Gov. Paul LePage does not like being tracked (a video camera person following his every move in public). Does he not want to be governor of Maine? Isn't our governor a public official?

I believe it's because LePage wants to say and do off-color things and not make them public.

I could understand why he would object to being tracked in his personal life, but I don't believe that this tracker would go into his home.

Public events are public events. What part of public does LePage not understand?

Joy L. Sirois, Madison

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