Letters: Budget shift hurts The City 

"Budget juggled to fund more city aid," The City, Thursday

Budget shift hurts The City

Your story showed the screwed up priorities of Supervisor Avalos, who proposes cutting funding for road repair and delaying police academy classes to fund an even larger social-welfare state in The City. San Francisco already spend a huge amount of money on social-welfare programs which serves as a magnet for people from all over to come to San Francisco and live on the dole.

So the next time your car or bike gets a flat tire from a pothole that's not fixed or the police are late due to short staffing be sure to send a thank you note to Avalos who thinks his priorities are more important than yours.

E.F. Sullivan

San Francisco

Aereo loses copyright fight

High Court made good call

The Supreme Court decision ruling against Aereo in favor of copyright holders reaffirms Article 1, Section 1, Clause 8 of the Constitution, the so-called progress clause: "To promote the Progress of Science and Useful Arts, by securing for limited Times to Authors and Inventors the exclusive Right to their respective Writings and Discoveries."

The court made the correct decision. Now where's my internet TV?

Fritz Joseph Orzelek

Binghamton, N.Y.

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