CNBC: Cooperman opposes high taxes, saying the government is seldom efficient in spending money on helping people get out of poverty."I'd rather help less fortunate, needy people than pay for them in this way," he said.
"Left to my own devices I would like to have more control over recycling my money rather than the government taking control."
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