Private Chartered Jets – Not the Waste of Money You Might Have Thought

By on November 29, 2017

leanings (I fail to see how anybody can find fault or credibility in either party at this stage without holding the other equally accountable) this article isn’t written with the intent of changing your mind on the benefit or downside of the bailout. I do, however, find it interesting that all of this uproar took root in the fact that those executives flew on private jets to do their begging. It is, in my opinion, an example of a knee-jerk reactionary response married to a rational point that subsequently ended up accomplishing, well, little or nothing for the American taxpayer.
I did a little math, something my former educators would find shocking, which led me to some interesting conclusions. Granted, what I’m about to explain requires some assumptions, but I’d like to think the explanation is grounded in logic. Read it honestly and without political bias and see if you agree.

Assume you wanted to take a flight from Washington to Miami. You’re an important

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