May 1, 2011 in Letters, Opinion

Not about to go unpostal

 

Sunday, April 24, had an article in the business section which I thought was a joke, except you don’t usually get jokes in the business section. Some radical genius said we could solve the post office’s problems by stopping all home delivery of mail.

He said people could just drive to the post office for their mail. Never mind that there are millions of people who don’t own cars or can’t drive, like elderly or handicapped folks. I’m sure people like him would rather we didn’t exist, but we do, and we matter, if only to God. God help us if people like him ever get what they want.

Dorothy Carter

Spokane


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