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Is the U.S. Postal Service Worth Saving?

Patriotic Liberal Wrote: Apr 29, 2012 2:24 PM
restoreliberty***as long as those unbending personal preferences are yours - pretty sure you had no problem finding a constitutional right to force Americans to buy a product their neither need or want*** I love that one. Never mind the free-riders, the added costs that the rest of us must bear because some lout decides that he "neither needs nor wants" health care. Never mind that everyone hates taxes and no one agrees with everything government buys. No, your worries are "constitutional." What a frigging piece of vainglorious crockery.

The Postal Service is in crisis, yet unions and some members of Congress continue to block reform.


From Townhall Magazine's EXCLUSIVE May feature, "Is the U.S. Postal Service Worth Saving?" by Kevin Glass:

Technology’s rapid advance over the past few decades has brought an era of unprecedented communication among Americans. With video chat, people separated by thousands of miles can interact as if they’re in the same room. Small business owners can pay bills with the click of a mouse. The...