I wonder if anyone will question the risk this guy took to sky. Some years back he had an aoritc heart valve replacement. It would have presumably been with a metallic valve because he was relatively young it those kinds of valves last longer. The issue I have is that he would thus be on blood thinning medicine to prevent clots forming on the valve. So for this guy who has a responsibility to his constituents, to be skiing while on blood thinning medicine is purely reckless, risky (needlessly), and selfish. If he wants to do that on his own time that is his choice to do something foolhardy but while governor?
Anyway, my opinion. But, perhaps he does have a animal tissue aortic valve which does not require serious blood thinning medicine but I would doubt it because they do not last as long and are usually used for significantly older people who would not be expected to outlive the shorter life span of the valve.
Hey Dems, you want something to harp about - here you go.http://apnews.myway.com/article/20061224/D8M719K00.html