delivery by the Postal Service could soon be put on the
chopping block as House lawmakers look for services to cut in
order to help the floundering independent agency stay afloat.
In a bill
Rep. Darrell Issa (R-Calif.) earlier this month, he proposes
an alternate centralized delivery system, which would
transition away from the traditional door-to-door practices
that allow many Americans to receive mail directly at their
residences. Taking input from patrons and local officials,
the bill says the Postal Service would be tasked with
establishing new delivery points where groups of people would
have their mail delivered.
The latest effort to
reform the Postal Service has already been met with
opposition. Cliff Guffey, president of American Postal
Workers Union, released
this week saying that the bill would have a "devastating
effect" on postal workers and the agency's patrons.
Guffey claimed the legislation fell short on issues of
collective bargaining issues and service standards.
Darrell Issa is worse
than the Grinch stealing presents because without door-to-door
delivery, how are all those on-line toy orders, going to get
delivered to all the good little children's homes in time for
Huh, huh, Mr. Issa, tell us that wont you?
PS: And let us not
forget Mr. Issa, the children's letters to Santa but you don't
care about that!
I must say... I DO NOT like Darrell Issa, he and Rick Scott need
to go the way of the DODO! Also reading about Issa's criminal
past (and Rick Scotts) makes me wonder when George
Zimmerman plans to run for office on the GOP TICKET! Why not, it
can happen, for sure, one more criminal won't matter to the