Save the USPS!

We make no excuses about this, we love, Love, LOVE the USPS and want to see it restored to its full (and former) First Class glory (see what I did there?)  and make it safe from the Party of Sedition’s privatization and other nefarious schemes like trying to overthrow democracy.

This  proposal is excellent:

Removing the entire Board of Directors is President Handsome Joe Biden’s best route (see what I did there?) to You’re Fired’ing the excrescence Louis DeJoy hisself; only the board of governors can hire and fire the Postmaster General.

As you may recall, The Coup Klux Klan blocked President Obama’s nominees and left the board completely vacant when he left office, so all six governors currently on the board were nominated by Hair Füror. There are also open seats waiting to be filled.

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11 Responses to Save the USPS!

  1. purplehead says:


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  2. Meremark says:

    Commemorating Stamp of approval !

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  3. julesmomcat says:

    GOPHER IT!!!

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  4. beckymaenot says:

    yes please

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  5. Buttermilk Sky says:

    I’d love a nine-hour hearing where Mr. Joyboy has to explain to Katie Porter how removing mailboxes and dismantling sorting machines was supposed to save money.

    I will buy her a new whiteboard.

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  6. Bruce388 says:

    Is there any good reason why DeJoy can’t be indicted?


    • tengrain says:

      What’s the charge?




      • Big Bad bald Bastard says:

        Forty-nine cents!


      • MDavis says:

        How about seditions conspiracy?
        One of the clauses is “…by force to prevent, hinder, or delay the execution of any law of the United States, or by force to seize, take, or possess any property of the United States contrary to the authority thereof,” DeJoy could argue that it was within his authority to seize destroy USPS property, even with the intention of destroying it, but it shouldn’t be difficult to pin a charge that he did “hinder or delay the execution of any law” if you include voting.
        I guess he could worm out of that too, but he should at least be forced to worm out of it publicly.


  7. revzafod says:

    Yep, it’s still broken. A first-class letter from Nashville postmarked 7 Jan just arrived today the 26th, in my Dallas suburb, at an average speed of about 1.5 mph.


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