No, really: Postal workers continue hunger strike against proposed delivery cuts

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December 22, 2012

Seriously? Let them starve. Dropping some weight will probably do them good. How much mail is BS solicitations these days, anyway? Almost all of my serious business is conducted electronically.

Six former and current postal workers, part of a group called Communities and Postal Workers United, are calling the strike “six days starving to save six-day delivery.”

Their goal is to stop Congress from reducing postal delivery to five days a week.

via The Hill’s Blog Briefing Room.

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  3. andycanuck says:

    Newman!

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  5. mojo says:

    “Pre-sorted” rates are the problem.

    I don’t care if the crap is in neat, easy-to-fling poo-bags, it’s still CRAP, and it should cost MORE than 1st class rates to pollute my mailbox.