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-- I don't watch it had to make a post office that more money -- when it is actually trying to cut spending.
Congress voting to keep the mail coming on Saturday and have opposed -- -- had wanted to ditch.
That Saturday delivery a go to maybe five day delivery it's it to save cats.
You get that's a new polls -- that we're actually finally at seven out of ten Americans.
Wouldn't mind not getting junk mail on weekends the vegan.
-- god forbid that the postmaster general actually allowed to be -- had allowed him.
Managed to post stop any and great idea sixteen billion dollars a two billion dollars would be saved just by ending Saturday mail delivery and congress has to step then.
He still waiting for approval of the close some of these rural post post offices deal with the benefits you know I think that -- life.
For elderly people out there who have all these congressional phone numbers and they just work the bonds -- and I -- -- -- angry that they're not to get their -- delivered on Saturdays call us.
Leave it all email now done.
Well this played big -- ageism here which is deeply -- -- -- talking about my dad.
I don't think it's about like that if they don't want to drop down the -- obvious this Teradata.
-- terrible day to keep them but we got -- don't know but got to get out of the good.
It's a very sad situation that they -- it's a total -- that we need to separate the -- stops completely from the US government and let it.
Let it do what it needs to do it's in the middle of a massive technology change it's obviously becoming obsolete.
And instead it's -- to be a death by a thousand cuts if the government continues to go at it this way.
We'll tie it down right I mean that did not always been proposals to the -- Arnold has I look at it did they have to deliver everywhere none of these prided enterprises have -- -- delivered to.
Any obscure tent in the middle of nowhere it's their obligation -- -- the law.
So I it has a key demos of this -- our hit Friday you -- away and -- your hunt at a village senate.
What -- look -- he's got a problem there have -- mandated to lose money.
There are mandated to lose money but I think -- story here gets back to -- -- the overarching story about Washington having a spending problem.
It's got to spending addiction out of this world -- you've given me.
You cannot fix this addiction it's a combination of its many of Dixon and a power play -- look candidate can't get paid what they tell policy you're making us look bad.
I don't understand that military generals say no we don't need that take literally that bomber -- -- -- -- congress -- not -- you do.
We're gonna -- impose its new apps to your point there's a -- Of making it better making it perhaps even turn -- -- -- since I agree Charlie had.
I think using union issue here Margarito I -- what do you think our hearts when he got the union what -- favorite for your post oft stated I mean it was an idea of -- -- -- -- -- -- And the results of Minnesota -- -- yeah exactly I thought I stopped myself.
Well he checks clear every week to that I think.
There's a dude I think cash ticket good on aggregate but the only guy here don't money rising gas that's where I wanted to look a little packets.
-- I think it's about time for -- spin off.
Not of that.
What I mean -- you witnessed being great IPO would stake it listened -- government can invest in all these comfortable these banks.
And then -- -- -- divest went -- -- the government essentially spin off.
And that the post off well yeah.
The public and I -- it's it's.
You -- down but it's hamster and I think data by these requirements that.
Are at a date now -- -- -- it's more supply by these rules and and its competitors in the private world.
Then it's never gonna get out of its own way.
Yeah it's worse than that -- not only are -- required to do certain things but they're prevented prohibited from doing certain things so for example.
They can't sell advertising on their trucks which would be something really obvious they can't sell milk or beer or other things that.
Might make the money because they've got this great storefront real estate so.
I completely agree that if we couldn't do -- IPO of the post -- WR -- you don't do you know at the model would be the model would be Fannie and Freddie.
Won't go out there I also do have a monopoly I mean that you don't know what else can deliver mails and that is one heck of a monopoly and in doing a lot of -- monopoly inaudible hey I don't -- and I did tell -- they have -- delivered to one person in the town with two people -- you know the big.
Let's I think selling a FedEx -- UPS and then let their operating.
You know what and but until congress unshackled the postmaster general and people who were trying to run the post office is gonna -- the American taxpayer it's -- -- -- it.
-- the dollars are going to be I don't know propping this thing up.
You just made the case that it should.
I mean listen in the bottom line is it's un economical to -- go to you know the middle of nowhere and and guarantee mail delivery I mean that's just that just doesn't pay for itself.
Let's say I don't I don't.
I don't virtues of unions yeah.
Because they're ingrained and -- -- -- got to focus on.
And now in this segment what -- there I'm saying that the you know if if if this is an essential service to the American taxpayer.
And just got to suck it up.
It is it is it essential to you and mrs.
Gasparino that's the Saturday now.
I'm thinking your -- way beyond yourself on dumping beyond myself -- love that about you -- -- us.
-- -- We got -- forgot Olympics that we can't afford to keep losing billions of setting it although this is what it is significant they'll address it -- some of these post -- my daddy won't have anywhere to go you'll have to go to the golden skillet and hang out and again that day -- not consider thrived on the market return does -- -- right sure oh sure you have an event 600 specialist at all right.
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