Postal Service has too many managers

The Postal Service is losing billions per year and doesn’t know how to fix its budget. That’s the problem; there is so much management, micro-management, macro-management, etc. The post office is so top-heavy it cannot support itself.

The brain trust of the Postal Service has too many chiefs and not enough Indians. Management, making sinful amounts of wages, controls who gets what, where and when. Get rid of them all, just as they want to eradicate the union membership. Enough of their lies.

Henry Mazurek