Get serious — on snowstorm days, Gov. Paul LePage would expect the state to operate the same as Marden's? ... if Marden's is open, the state should be, too. It sounds like he cares more about Marden's than he does state workers.
And give me a break — there is no way LePage's daughter has the experience she would need to take on a job paying $41,000 per year. There are people out there who have the experience. At least she won't have to stand in the unemployment line, unlike so many other people.
I believe LePage is more concerned with filling his and his daughter's pockets, and maybe promoting some business for Marden's.
He says Marden's pays its employees good wages, and that Marden's is a second job for many people. Not true. For most, it is a 40-hour-per-week job. Some work at Marden's as a second job but the pay isn't all that good and promotions aren't easy to get for those without experience.
It is never too late to right a wrong. Is LePage what voters really want for governor? I mean, he told President Barack Obama to go to hell.
I'm glad I didn't vote for him.
Phyllis Caron, Lewiston