The Houston Chronicle reports that two Texas Congressmen, a Republican and a Democrat, have filed a bill called the "Government Customer Service Improvement Act of 2013."
The article says, "The legislation makes federal agencies more transparent and efficient through tougher accountability measures and service improvement targets."
Apparently, we don't need to cut government, we need better "customer service." Note that we're talking about taxpayers, which are not quite the same as customers. Customers have a choice about whether to make the purchase.
The article does not say how much this improved "customer service" would cost, if the bill is passed.
Rather than coming up with ways to make government more attractive, Libertarians support cutting government