Paying for `free assembly'

The article on caucus cuts displays exactly the type of liberal arrogance that the voters so soundly rejected in November.

The author's contention that the right of free assembly is somehow infringed by denying tax dollars for partisan purposes is almost as spurious as his statement that ``LSOs don't cost taxpayers money.'' Where, if not from taxpayers' pockets, do congressional members obtain their office operating budgets? John Goekler, Lopez Island, Wash.

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