“Nothing in the Constitution
compels us to listen to or view
any unwanted communication,
whatever its merit.
We, therefore, categorically reject
the argument that a vendor
has a right under
the Constitution or otherwise
to send unwanted material
into the home of another.
If this prohibition operates
to impede the flow of
even valid ideas,
the answer is that
no one has a right to press
even ‘good’ ideas
upon an unwilling recipient.”

 

Warren Burger, Chief Justice of U. S. Supreme Court

United States Supreme Court Appeal 397 U. S. 728, 1970

Rowan dba American Book Service, et al

versus

United States Post Office Department, et al


The amount of junk mail delivered by the United States Postal Service is intolerable.  Third class mail should either be eliminated or recipients allowed to have the option of filing with the United States Postal Service a demand not to have junk mail delivered to them.

If the United States Postal Service eliminated third class mail, one delivery a week would be sufficient for residential and rural recipients.  That would, of course, cause unemployment for a multitude of United States Postal Service employees who are not qualified for the private enterprise sector.

Send your opinion marked “PERSONAL & PRIVATE” to your U. S. Congress Person, U. S. Senators and the U. S. Postmaster General.

Postmaster General
U. S. POSTAL SERVICE
475 L’Enfant Plaza SW
Washington
  DC  20260-0010

UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE AND JUNK MAIL

by Robert A Kroboth     WWW.CitizenGadfly.Com

Please print and distribute copies of this publication and put this link on your website.

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Those who are not qualified
for the

private enterprise sector,

become

government employees.

They think that

feeding at the public trough

is ambrosia,

and carry with them

the dictum

that we ordinary citizens

are subhuman.

 

Robert Allen Kroboth

WWW.CitizenGadfly.Com