Governor’s lack of respect won’t be forgotten

Recently your editorial asked us to give Gov. Abercrombie the respect he deserves (Opinion, July 1).

Abercrombie spent two years treating the teachers and other public service workers with a lack of respect. No person should be allowed to treat people this way for the “public good.”

The ends do not justify the means.

When he had two years before the next election, he decided it was time to act like he cares and begin his nice-guy routine. Can you imagine the things he will force on everyone if he is re-elected and has four years to do as he thinks is best?

All you politicians who are endorsing him will be remembered on Election Day. The people have a good memory, even if they don’t.

Rex Takushi