So, Haslam admits that "his", not "our", the publics, new commissioners find public service to the betterment of our state beneath them, unless he agrees to significantly pad their bank accounts, and he refuses to apologize for it. Haslam exhibits a true "us" and "them" attitude while looking down his nose at all the workers in the state of Tennessee, like my wife, an assistant district attorney, who understand that it is a financial sacrifice to serve the public, over the financial rewards of the private sector. That why it's called "service", and the rewards for serving your fellow citizens far outweighs the money. Typical modern day corporate CEO mentality, Haslam. I can't call you Governor, a servant of the people, because your acting like a dictator. Recall.