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Throw P says:

February 3, 2016 at 8:33 am

Jon answer me this, while surveying is done on which taxpayer supported organization the general population enjoys the most it is dependably the Postal Service. Additionally, your assessment dollars don't pay for "somebodies tremendous benefits and Cadillac wellbeing plan." Tax dollars are not used to run the Postal Service.

All Your TSP Belong To Us ! says:

February 3, 2016 at 3:35 pm

Get your actualities straight.

The USPS hasn't been charge subsidized for more than thirty years.

Ruth N. says:

February 2, 2016 at 12:56 am

No, the administration needs to take the mail station retirement reserves and our government disability to pay off the national obligation. Government managed savings possesses over 15% of the $18 trillion national obligation. http://www.mygovcost.org/2015/05/19/spring-2015-to-whom-does-the-u-s-government-owe-cash/

All Your TSP Belong To Us ! says:

February 3, 2016 at 3:36 pm

Furthermore, the military-mode…
 Costco Wants to Know: Should USPS Be Privatized? 

Posted on February 1, 2016 by postal

Costco Wants to Know: Should USPS Be Privatized?

02/01/2016 – Costco, the rebate retailer, is leading a study, "Should the U.S. Postal Service be Privatized?" in The Costco Connection. Snap here to cast a ballot "no" by Feb. 10.

"The United States Postal Service is in a bad position, and some say the best way to turn this around is to privatize it and work it more like a business," the study says. "Others contend that keeping up the Postal Service as an open establishment is the best way to make mail benefit available and reasonable for everybody in the nation. What do you think?"

The article incorporates an expert privatization article by Chris Edwards of the CATO Institute and an enemy of privatization article composed by Katherine McFate, an individual from A Grand Alliance to Save Our Public Postal Service.

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