Sell White House along with forest land

Friday, March 2, 2007

Dear Editor:

I was taught in school that the state and federal government was created by the people, for the people, with a majority voting rule, as to the sale of forest land, which was purchased with public tax money in the first place.

What's next? Why not just put Roaring River State Park on the market too. I am sure it would bring more.

I would think a better sale would be the White House, and how about we, the people, make a real bargain deal, and throw in the Governor's mansion also, as I believe both are also, bought and paid for with our taxes. Seems fair to me.


Ken Sherman

Eagle Rock, Missouri