Obama's Suggestion Box Already in Business
By Michael D. Shear
On the very day that President Obama proposed in his radio and Internet address a virtual suggestion box for government employees to help save taxpayer money, he got one.
"Stop spending trillions of taxpayer dollars," offered Antonia Ferrier. She happens to be a spokeswoman for House Minority Leader John Boehner (R-Ohio).
That's probably not what the president was hoping to hear.
In his address, Obama said that he is looking "for ideas from the bottom up. After all, Americans across the country know that the best ideas often come from workers - not just management."
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