Friday, July 19, 2013

To establish Post Offices and post Roads

The US Congress is given this responsibility in the Article 8 of the US Constitution.

Al Gore didn’t invent the Internet but he did recognize that it was useful to our Country.  We now refer to mail delivered by US Post Offices over post Roads as “snail mail.”

If our Founding Fathers were writing the Constitution today, wouldn’t they address email and the Internet?  Isn’t the Internet today’s post Road?

A modern Post Office would be some kind of electronic mail server.

Email on the Internet should be protected from snoopers (including NSA) as snail mail is currently protected from snoopers.

The USPS could be working on a Transition Plan for moving forward instead of running deficits and the union running promotional ads.

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