Here is how to contact them. It’s important to defeat the foolish legislation being considered in the Senate. The current mess of regulations, subsidies, and perverse incentives is not good, but it could be made a lot worse by this Rube Goldberg legislation, which is a triumph of muddled thinking.
Clear, to-the-point, non-abusive letters do make a difference. They are counted and politicians do pay some attention to what their constituents think.
3 Responses to “I hope Americans are letting their Senators know they don’t want the Post Office to deliver health care….”
Do I not understand correctly that the political watchers and people who know this sort of thing in detail had concluded that the bill is bound to pass, if after some wrangling?
It ain’t over ’til it’s over. And I think that there is a chance that this terrible bill will be stopped.
Hmmm, the post office serves everyone six days a week, charging less than the for profit FedEx and UPS that only deliver normally five days a week, and charge extra to people in residential areas….
I guess you are calling for lower standards of health service to individuals and small businesses relative to the special preferences and lower prices for those connected to big businesses. With some people considered too costly to serve.