In defence of keeping the potal service, Harry Reid stated thar seniors love Junk Mail, he said, it is how they keep in communication with the world.....or words to that effect.... what fucking planet is he on.
That old, decrepit wrinkled up old fart should retire go home and wait for his junk mail.
Talk about being OUT of TOUCH…..he is OUT of HIS MIND and needs to be in a home for useless old politicians.
A listing of her moronic quotes can be found at below link; she talked about "2nd amendment remedies" if things didnt go well for conservatives. Would that make her go to Michigan to go down on Ted Nugent's shrivelled member ?----LOL !
Speaking about "old, decrepit, wrinkled, useless farts", FFP, TER scuttlebutt is that you're in your 70's. That would account for you calling pot under outdated name "maryjane" & persistent cranky, grouchy, cantankerous tone. You scream at kids to "get off your lawn ?!
...by requiring them to pre-fund 75 years of healthcare in a 10 year period.
"At the heart of the matter is a 2006 Congressional mandate put on the US Postal Service contained in the “Postal Accountability and Enhancement Act of 2006” to pre-fund healthcare benefits of future retirees, a 75 year liability over a 10 year period. No other agency or corporation is required to do this. This provision costs the Postal Service $5.5 billion a year. When you add in an adjustment that was made in how workers’ compensation costs were calculated based on interest rate assumptions and long term predictions concerning health care and compensation of $2.5 billion (a non cash accounting adjustment), you come up with $8 billion in cost. Actual loss was $500 million and when added, comes to the $8.5 billion reported for 2010. While $500 million is a lot, it doesn’t compare with $8.5 billion and is down from the previous year loss of $1 billion. If you took out the onerous pre-funding mandate, the Postal Service actually shows a $700 million profit over the last four years instead of the $20 billion loss. The Postal Union has been trying to get Congress to authorize the transfer of the Postal Service’s money estimated to be between $50 billion and $75 billion overpaid in the Civil Service Retirement System transferred into the PSRHBF."