• mcgoo

    never hurry to do nothing.

  • postman

    shocker

  • Ted

    Our do nothing Congress lives up to our expectations once again, we need to vote every incumbent out of office they are pathetic.

  • Buffalo Automation Clerk

    With Easter near, you may see the second coming of Christ BEFORE any action on Postal reform!

  • reagan

    vote them out

  • bob komar

    HOPEFULLY THE REVOLUTION IS GETTING CLOSER!!! (not only because of postal issues that are being ignored until ground ZERO!) BUT BECAUSE OF ALL ISSUES THAT PERTAIN TO THE MIDDLE CLASS..I’M TOO OLD ,BUT I HOPE TO SEE THE START OF THE BIG CHANGE THAT WILL COME! YOUNG PEOPLE CANNOT GET JOBS NO MATTER HOW MUCH EDUCATION YOU HAVE,,(YOU HAVE TO BE IN THE UPPER1%) I HAVE 28 YEARS IN THE PO AND A VETERAN..

  • Marv

    These guys will do anything to not vote on this before the election.

  • saveourpostoffices

    The revolution continues – it just falls asleep once in awhile!

    Venice, CA, wants to abolish the 2006 pre-funding debit, return overpayments, retain 6-day delivery and stop closing, consolidating and relocating historic and other post offices – not just ours but all of them.

    The Canadian Union of Postal Workers stands with us, and we with every urban and rural post office that is threatened by HR2309 and S1789.

    With due respect to an honest mistake on the part of the few sponsors of the 2006 PAEA, we do not support legislation that fails to perpetuate the Universal Service Obligation and/or affordable mail delivery for ALL Americans.

    If our democracy is to set an example, let it do so with its promise to provide equal access to information for all.

    With the internet being convenient but costly – and often censored, the USPS is our ONLY guarantee of freedom to exchange information – plus all the necessities it continues to provide for millions upon millions of Americans.

    We support HR3591/S1853, which is the strongest legislation on behalf of the USPS and the American people.

    If the debate does not start immediately, we must use this time wisely:

    Send the clear message that saving America’s most trusted public service – the US Postal Service – can change America’s attitude towards its least trusted public servants – Congress.

    Organize your communities. Email, call and write your Senators and Representatives. Start today.

  • Sherry

    I think we are all sick of the inaction. They seem to get alot of breaks for getting nothing done.

  • eddie g

    the postal servcie is not waiting on the senate or congress it’s continues to do as it’ wants.to the hell with senate and congress