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I am glad President Bush's photo shows up and not Obama

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PENALTYPHASE4YOU

Deregulation was the worst thing that ever happened to the airline industry and the consumer. I remember the good old days when it was regulated. The prices structure made sense---the further you flew, the more you paid---and most airlines charged pretty much the same price for the same flight. Ever since deregulation the price structure is chaotic---going from Chicago to Cleveland can cost more than going from L.A. to New York---the seats got smaller, the food got worse or disappeared altogether, and the entire industry has been plagued by strikes, bankruptcies and cut-throat competition. Deregulation of the airline industry was a bad idea whose time had come.

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traveljohnsonj

When was the last time Southwest was a "budget" airline? Check out their fares and you might discover they are equal to or often exceed those of the legacy carriers...or those that remain.

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