I don't believe Maine wants a governor who is ready to fly off the handle at any moment; who gets angry at the smallest things; or who is ready to cuss and swear over being aggravated or provoked by something someone says.
Paul LePage's present actions speak louder than words ever could.
What happens in Augusta will not always go his way. He cannot throw a temper tantrum every time he is upset or doesn't agree. A governor needs patience, clear-thinking and to be tolerant of other people's ideas.
If a major disaster occurs, could LePage effectively handle the situation?
Maine Yankee was torn down and the state is environmentally conscious of rivers and streams, and producing less pollution. Giving big companies freedom to pollute is like a death sentence to Maine and her people.
I want Maine to go forward, not backward.
LePage is the wrong choice for Maine.
Dorothy M. Soule, Farmington