Instead, there is ample proof that the flier in the Learjet can expect little better than open disdain from the FAA, as evidenced by the words and actions of the president, who seems to revel in bashing “fat cats” and their private jets. As a form of punishment, President Obama wants business jet travelers to pay $100 per flight in what can only be described of as a kind of corporate speed bump to ensure the rich don’t have it too easy. After all, the White House’s user fee proposal isn’t really about the money. If it was, the administration would be pushing for an increase in aviation fuel taxes. The fee, instead, is about restricting access to the skies for a class of flier who benefits from certain "unfair" advantages.