Saturday, August 15, 2020

Upside-Down in the Constitution, Again

Establishment of the Post Office is a constitutional requirement--for the Congress! It is found in Article 1 Section 8. Failing to maintain the post office is yet another failing of the government.

The President should not interfere with the establishment and funding of the post office. It is out of his lane. 

I do not understand why The Congress is not telling the President to step aside and allow the funding of the Post Office as required by the Constitution. 

Apparently, we are upside-down again in the Constitution. 

Above the fold in The Washington Post this morning:

Trump’s assault on Postal Service gives Democrats a new campaign message

Trump Admits He’s Starving the Postal Service to Sabotage Voting by Mail - New York Magazine

Defunding the Post Office, in my mind, constitutes election tampering. So let's review the different entities reportedly engaged in tampering with the upcoming November election: Russia, China, Iran, North Korea, the President. Hmmmm--I wonder what these all have in common?

Are Americans willing to risk their health to vote in November? I dearly hope so.

-- Bob Doan, Elkridge, MD

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