Despite $15.9 billion loss, U.S. Postal Service execs see boost in pay. “Postmaster General Patrick Donahoe, for instance, earned a base salary of $276,840, but even without a bonus or incentive payout, his overall compensation came to $512,093, compared with $384,229 in 2011, according to regulatory filings.” Bonus? Incentive? You mean he gets extra money for failing? Is he related to Obama or something?

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RobertW
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And the beat goes on.

poppajoe49
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But, we’re taking the beating!

poppajoe49
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In the meantime, they are talking about cutting out saturday mail delivery.

GhostntheMachine
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They should get rid of Tuesday instead of Saturday.

poppajoe49
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NO! Tuesday is when I get my grocery circulars!

Elrond Hubbard
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Damn Mitt Romney and Bain Capital!

Not so silent
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Hey wait this has to be Bush’s fault….

danybhoy
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A couple of things…

1. The constitution does allow for post office & post roads. No problem there.

2. Getting massive bonuses while losing $16 billion? Can’t be doing that.

3. FedEx & UPS kick their ass.

KimmyQueen
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It must be nice to get money out of being a failure… Well I guess that defines this present government to a t.

Not so silent
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Epic fail, loose money, get a bonus or get promoted, liberals always rise to the level of their incompetence….Otherwise they wouldn’t have any goals and they would all be like Crowley and sitting in their spongebob jammies eating Cheetos in moms basement.

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