I worked for 18 years at Bath Iron Works as an outside machinist and I am angry with Gov. Paul LePage for refusing to allow the display of the labor murals that show the heritage of Maine workers, past and present.
LePage is not too smart about what he is doing, and he doesn't have a clue that our ancestors worked for the shipyard during World War II. Maybe his parents did, too.
LePage has to be stopped. There were more than 10,000 workers at the shipyard during World War II, and 6,000 workers, now, during peace time.
The governor does not have the right to do what he is doing.
Clayton Saucier, Lisbon
Editor's note: Last month, the 1st U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Boston ruled that Gov. Paul LePage has the constitutional right, under "government speech," to move the mural.