“The Postal Service should be urging Congress to address the cause of its problems – not slashing service and demolishing its network," union president Cliff Guffey said
This quote from Union chief Cliff Guffey was in response to the USPS plan to shutter several post offices and mail sorting facilities in the face of major budget shortfalls – shortfalls resulting from a huge decline in mail volume.
I would certainly like to know what this union boss suggests. I suppose Congress could pass a law banning email, facsimiles, texting, and telephones, and then outlaw UPS and FedEx. Outside of this, the USPS will eventually succumb to market bearing forces and the public will be made better off.