Congressman Dennis Ross says he’ll set up a website for public input on USPS

Freshman Congressman Dennis Ross, the Disney World lawyer who now chairs the subcommittee that oversees the USPS said in a tweet last night that he plans to set up a web site to gather information from “the man or woman on the street” about improving service and cutting costs. But a previous tweet suggest he might be a bit selective in deciding which men and women he actually listens to…

What Ross is referring to is Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker’s plan to eliminate collective bargaining rights for public sector workers in the state. It makes you wonder how long it will be before Ross suggests something similar for postal workers.

  • In Limbo

    When will congress downsize their budget? They haven’t cut anything from theirs while cutting everyone else. Put your cuts where your mouth is, budget hawks!

  • Scout

    You said it Limbo, I agree

  • proud to be postal

    Mr Ross, please do your homework before you open your mouth and insert your feet. How dare you say that the APWU is trying to buy votes. If you really knew what you were talking about, you would know that the money is to encourage memebers not to be apathetic and vote WHICH EVER WAY THEY WANT, YES OR NO, BUT JUST VOTE. Shame on you. When will you walk the walk? When are you going to decline 25% of your $174,000 salary? Pay 100% of your health benefits, and decline your special postage rate? Oh, and the same for your entire family and staff.