USPS also has a monopoly of services and can use taxpayer funds to cover their losses which are getting bigger and bigger every year.
They also do things that they postal service won't do like, "These services also deliver packages which are larger and heavier than what the USPS will accept."
How can the post office keep these guys honest when they are doing better than the post office? If anything the USPS is distorting the true price of service by relying on taxpayer funds to cover it's losses.
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I was discovering that life just simply isn't fair and bask in the unsung glory of knowing that each obstacle overcome along the way only adds to the satisfaction in the end. Nothing great, after all, was ever accomplished by anyone sulking in his or her misery.
My point is that its likely the people showing up for the townhall meeting are not actually representative of districts constituents. One would expect a grassroots movement to be made up of people mirror the community they live in. I would suspect these people are simply an organized minority in the neighborhood, although they could have been brought in from outside the district.
If a group of mostly black people showed up a Malibu city council meeting claiming to be representative of the city, I would say exactly the same thing.I bet you wouldn't say that if that orgonized majority was made up of minority persons. And if anyone did, they would be labeled racists. Kinda like the Jena march a few years back.