Posted 1 year ago on Aug. 12, 2013, 12:41 p.m. EST by GirlFriday
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The Post Office was founded July 26, 1775, by the Continental Congress to provide public mail service. Today, private companies like Pitney Bowes are salivating over the prospect of grabbing a chunk of this highly successful business, with $69 billion in annual revenues.
They hate the fact that in 1970 the postal workers took their destiny into their own hands and shut down the entire mail system for the better part of a week, demonstrating the power of the workers and disrupting business as usual. And the 1970 nationwide postal strike taught another lesson: that the wealth of the 1 Percent only exists because the 99 Percent creates it for them.
The nation's largest employer is Walmart. The employer class would dearly love to reduce those 574,000 postal workers to Walmart wages and non-union status. But just because they want it, doesn't mean they'll get it. Read the rest here
So, here is some information on APG http://www.agm.com/Home.aspx
So, guess who is a senior adviser to APG? http://dealbook.nytimes.com/2011/01/21/former-senator-bayh-joins-apollo/
Ya this former senator: The soulless sold-out skin-sack doing business under the name "Evan Bayh," says that the "far left" is the same sort of monstrous people are the "far right" because wanting millions of more people to have insurance through something like single-payer is DEFINITELY the same thing as wanting millions of more people to have less health care coverage.
And the soulless sold-out skin-sack doing business under the name "Evan Bayh," like Dim Scott, also misquotes Max Baucus. It is like a Hack Pundit Pileup. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/07/21/sunday-morning-liveblog_n_3631195.html
UPS ownes Issa. PitneyBowes (or APG) ownes Bayh. Who ownes Lieberman?