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    Bill S

    This is getting old. What I want a pro-user fee politician (the president?) to answer is one simple question: What is wrong with the system that is in place now, the fuel tax? I think pilots have said that we are willing to pay our fair share of system costs, but keep it at the pump. Again, PLEASE let us know what is wrong with the current system? Why doesn't this work for you?

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