4 Comments on "New Postmaster General Is an Expert Job-Killer"

  1. Darryl Bates | May 17, 2020 at 9:36 pm | Reply

    Here is a different approach: Make The Post Office Great Again! The Post Office is in agreat Position to Right the ship. The Post Office has a monopoly on something called the “Mail Box”, a convenience center in every zip code and a long standing delivery system. As a businessman, I think that I have a corner on the market and need a better businesss plan . First, I would renegotiate all of our contracts with Prime, Fedex and UPS I live on a rural road where daily I see FEDEX, UPS and USPS truck

  2. Darryl Bates | May 17, 2020 at 9:52 pm | Reply

    performing the same task that USPS can easily handle. USPS runs a deficit of approx. 6 billion dollars per year, while delivering 80 bilion pieces of junk mail per year. Rais the average cost of junk mail by $.08 and the deficit is eliminated. The Post Office currently delivers 7 billion packages per year, an increase of $.84 per package would create an additional $6 billion in revenue, while still being the cheapest service. Wherea, the Post Office deficits were caused by shrinking first class

  3. Darryl Bates | May 17, 2020 at 10:11 pm | Reply

    mail, it needs to make up the difference by getting a larger share of the market. And this by competing in the marketplace. Expand the packaging service, become more convenient, and then promote the service which you provide. I just viewed the latest TV commercial. I thought the commercial wasasking for a charitable donation. Certainly we can do better. The USPS is a monopoly and needs to act like one. If the USPS can’t compete with the likes of Prime, FEDEX & UPS; we’re in trouble.

  4. USPS needs to clean up its own mess,way too many Supervisors who do nothing. Overtime pay in processing plants with hardly any mail, because of the relatives working along side the plant manager. They need to clean house with all this waste, otherwise there will be no more USPS.

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