“I don’t care for it. They’ve been protected all these years. I don’t think it’s really that big of a threat. And also for our existing president, it’s amazing what we spend.” — Jim Spearman, Mount Vernon
“It’s not our responsibility. It’s hard enough to make a living these days.” — Cindy Eshbacher, Newark
“There shouldn’t be any more taxes for additional costs. We pay too much now.” — Sonna Harding, Mount Vernon
“Once they leave office, they should take care of themselves.” — Teresa O’Hara, Mount Vernon
“I don’t like it. Although it’s a drop in the bucket compared to other things that money is wasted on.” — Ryan Rupp, Mount Vernon
“I don’t think it’s right. It’s not necessary.” — Susan Long, Mount Vernon
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