Here is the story. According to J. David Cox Sr., the American Federation of Government Employees Union National President:
The Sacramento airport authority’s attempt to abandon its public servants in favor of corporations with only profit in mind was short-sighted at best. There simply are some functions too important to be left to companies that would be unaccountable to the American people, and securing American skies is definitely one of them.
Hmmm. So those “corporations” that can earn profits only by efficiently serving the public can’t be trusted with functions “too important,” but largely unaccountable government employees or “public servants” should be shielded from any private sector competition? Luckily, private businesses are still trusted to provide another important product for the public: food.