Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Lawsuit: Obama visit caused $676K in airport damage

       I am not one for frivolous lawsuits, especially when I am the one who has to pay for the wrong that was done by someone else.  This is just another case of the experience level that is left minding the store in Washington.  When all is said and done, what else we learn after Obama's one term in office and will we be able to recover from it????

President Barack Obama's entourage for a 2010 visit to Massachusetts caused $676,048 in damage to Marlborough Airport — and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security has refused to compensate the company that runs the field, a suit filed Tuesday in U.S. District Court alleges.
Obama landed at the field on April 1, 2010, so Obama could visit an emergency bunker in the state.
Marlborough Airport Properties Inc. states in its complaint that prior to the visit, the squadron that runs the Marine One helicopter — the designation given to any helicopter carrying the president —established that the aircraft would not damage the tarmac. Indeed, the suit states, the helicopter "did not cause any property damage to the runway."

1 comment:

  1. Seems like everywhere Obama goes, he leaves wreckage behind.


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