Public Health Care

No one would argue that the health care system needs to be fixed, however so far all attempts at fixing the system has met with failure, rationing is likely the next thing to hit, but is this all accurate, can we really save money?

Perhaps, we can, save some money.

One place where we can save 5.5 billion dollars and we can do it this year, is to stop the out of control spending at the postal service.

Over the years we have seen some really interesting things some violent things some bad things, come out of the postal service.

Perhaps it is time that the postal service changes to meet the expectation of the times in which we live.

Dear Patriot,

As the liberal smear machine continues to attack us, it is critical that we stay on the offensive! Maxine Waters, Andre Carson, Jimmy Hoffa, Jr., and the other corrupt advocates of big government are attacking us because they see that our policies are on the verge of taking a permanent hold. What we are about to accomplish with the Postal Reform Act is just the beginning.

As we approach a victory on overhauling the $8.5 BILLION annual deficit of the United States Post Office (USPS), they know that these fiscally responsible policies will spread to other bloated government agencies. Together, we have taken a virtually unknown piece of legislation and forced it into the forefront of the national political agenda by sending more than 130,000 letters to elected representatives in Washington. If we can get the Postal Reform Act across the finish line, other bad fiscal policy (NPR, National Endowment For The Arts, Dept. of Education, EPA, etc.) will not be far behind.

In a last ditch attempt to deny us victory on the Postal Reform Act, the union hacks have offered a proposal that is unbelievably irresponsible. Their proposal would raid the pension accounts of USPS employees to subsidize the annual deficit. While the Tea Party is fighting to ensure that the hardworking men and women of the USPS and their families get the pension plans they agreed to, the corrupt union leaders and their lackeys in Congress seek to raid their retirement accounts to temporarily subsidize their unsustainable spending. The truth is that it is the Tea Party, not the union bosses, fighting to protect the working man.

We cannot let them steal this victory at the last moment! Yesterday, we mentioned this important legislation and only about 6,000 letters were sent. The victory is far from secure, WE MUST DO BETTER! Using our system, it will only take you a couple of minutes to contact your elected representatives and you are NOT required to make a contribution to participate. We know how busy you are but if you will sacrifice just a couple of minutes we can secure this critical victory that is so close! Even if you have already sent one batch of letters when we told you about this weeks ago, our system will allow you to do it again (once every 10 days). If you will send your letters right now, we can easily send another 50,000 or 100,000 letters today. Don’t rely on somebody else to do it–be the change you want to see in government! *You are not required to donate to use the petition system but a generous contribution makes it possible for us to continue to offer everyone this service free-of-charge.

Thank you,

Todd Cefaratti
Freedom Organizer

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Post office a thing of the past?

WE need to save money, so that we can balance the budget, but liberals and democrats allegedly are saying that they want to allegedly ruin the nation by raising the debt ceiling, the thing is that this is not the right way to do this.

From the earliest days of modern man, the United States Postal Office has been a large part of American Society, however, over the years, with the advent of electronic emails, and other more competitive, delivery methods, such as UPS or Fedex, the decline in the volume of mail has been astounding.

The Postal Service lost $8.5 billion last year. It is going to lose, at least, $8.3 billion this year. And it is projected to lose $8.5 billion the year after that," Issa said. "Congress can't keep kicking the can down the road on out of control labor costs and excess infrastructure of USPS and needs to implement reforms that aren't a multi-billion dollar taxpayer funded bailout."

While I understand that there are many that have spent a lifetime, collecting checks from the USPS can I say that it is time to reduce the number of postal offices, because for the most part they are no longer needed.

They are a wasteful and often cumbersome elephant, that needs to be updated so that money can be saved.

When a Federally sponsored agency begins to waste so much money that it becomes a problem for the American people then you must find a way to fix the problem, we can no longer afford to just keep on keeping on with all this waste. H.R. 2309:

To restore the financial solvency of the United States Postal Service We need to find creative methods of reducing the burden of cost that is just getting out of control, there are hundreds of these little post offices, that exist, in small towns, that do not really need a post office. For Example, we have three post offices in an area where we really only need one, Millions could be saved by shutting down that old buildings, that are not energy efficient, millions more could be saved by changing the way the post office is run. In such a difficult economy, how could anyone not see the need to do this right the first time. support, this bill To restore the financial solvency of the United States Postal Service