- The Washington Times - Tuesday, January 11, 2011

A budget that attempts to use taxpayer money wisely would address priority needs and include reducing the government work force, have federal and state worker pensions and benefits consistent with the private sector, stop inappropriate earmarks in Congress, seek means to support businesses to hire new workers and minimize expenses for services and benefits for illegal immigrants.

In reality, money in the hands of taxpayers is used more efficiently than money in the hands of the government.

MARVIN L. HOOVIS

Centerville, Mass.

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