The United States Post Office, when first formed in 1775, did not only deliver messages. It helped bind the loose confederation of American colonies together. Today, instant, worldwide electronic communication, stronger direct competition, and its own cumbersome, union-clad bureaucracy threaten its livelihood.
To address the problem, President Bush named a commission yesterday to look into the idea of privatizing part of the postal service
This is just another move towards privatizing a good part of the federal work force.
I was going to ask should we privatize congress, than I realized they were all in business for themselves already.