To the editor: Three things trouble me about Gov. Mike Dunleavy.
First, he claims his restoration of some budget funds is not related to the recall effort. Hard to believe, because he only acted when recall signature-gathering across the state is showing such strength.
Second, he says he supports “Alaskan values.” But he hired non-resident Donna Arduin, who was not voted in by Alaskans and is being paid $170,000 a year from state money, to define those “values” in dollars, ignoring duly elected state legislators.
Third, Maya Angelou counseled, “When somebody shows you who he is, believe him.” Has the governor changed who he is in the last week? I doubt it.
We still need to recall our power-mad governor.