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    Postal Workers Union: We’re not like those other public sector unions

    Postal Workers Union: We’re not like those other public sector unions

    I just saw this advertisement on television and thought it was interesting that the American Postal Workers Union felt the need to take to the airwaves to tell people that it’s not like those other public sector unions.

    I think this says a lot about public sentiment, because the postal workers obviously are feeling the heat, and want it directed elsewhere.


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    doombroker | July 15, 2011 at 7:21 pm

    Oh, that’s a nice commercial they have there. Barring the nice commercial, ALL unions need to be stripped to the bone. Including ones that deliver letters. Look at the cost of using UPS, DHL or Fedex. It’s a lot compared to regular USPS, isn’t it? That’s because the three previously mentioned put the price to mail the package at about what it really costs per pound to mail the item. The reason why the USPS is cheaper is because the government pours money into this enterprise to artificially make it cheaper. The more expensive the competition goes, the more money will pour in to “compete” with the other two. Oh, also, have you ever wondered why you see those ads in Popular Mechanics and the local paper where you can pay a couple of hundred dollars for a course to help you get hired on to the US Mail service? Why would someone pay that much for a flimsy chance to get a job there? Guess. Anybody who thinks about this for a few minutes can’t be fooled. Rip em to the bone financially, and leave them laying in the street.

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