There is a phrase so common that it rarely raises an eyebrow just how ridiculous it is, "Taxpayer Money." You've all heard the hyperbolic statements, "We aren't going to spend a dime of Taxpayer Money on (insert villainous project of the week here)." Everyone on both sides of the aisle wants to look out for the little guy by protecting that hard-earned Taxpayer Money for only their own pet projects.
Get real. If anyone actually honestly evaluated the term, they would feel compelled to give the taxpayers their money back! Could you imagine if McDonald's issued press releases saying that unscrupulous franchise owners were wasting "Burger Eaters' Money" on over priced peanut oil and salt? No, of course not! Because in the world of free exchange we don't have to resort to dishonest language to hide out deeds. I had money. McDonalds had hamburgers. Now I have a hamburger and they have what was formerly my money.
By State logic, Taxpayer Money money belongs to the State, so let's end the charade and come up with a more accurate term.