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Thursday, April 18, 2013, 8:55 p.m.
 

For all who believe the government should run, oversee or control most everything, take a look at the poor U.S. Postal Service, a quasi-private entity that cannot do anything without government approval. It can't even stop Saturday delivery, which most of us couldn't care less about.

As private delivery literally kicks USPS' butt, the government dictated the next unsustainable plan for this poor “free enterprise.”

Does this sound familiar? I love you government people: As we cram another trillion dollars into our deficit to make you happy, fortunately you will be gone when your children and their children and their children pay the price!

Not my problem, eh?

Jim Blair

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