OMB Director Will Not Testify At House Subcommittee Hearing On USPS Woes

The Honorable Jacob J. Lew,  Director, Office of Management and Budget according to the press release was invited to testify at the “Subcommittee on Federal Workforce, U.S. Postal Service and Labor Policy  hearing on March 2, 2011. The hearing titled  “Pushing the Envelope: The Looming Crisis at USPS”  will  examine the fiscal situation of the Postal Service and potential areas for postal reform.   Congressman Dennis Ross (R-Fl) is chairman.” But Congressman Dennis Ross (R-FL) tweeted that OMB is refusing to  testify at the Postal Service hearing this Wednesday. see press release  . It appears Congressman Ross is having too much fun pulling the chain of his distractors.  

” RepDennisRoss
OMB refusing to testify at our Oversight Hearing this Wed. on the looming financial crisis in the postal service. “

The tweet makes reference to the Daily Caller article which uses the term “bailout” in its headline.

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4 thoughts on “OMB Director Will Not Testify At House Subcommittee Hearing On USPS Woes

  1. P.S.. Kudos to the OMB Director who knows when he sees a Joe McCarthy looking for publicity to feed his ego….

  2. Ross is a freshman and out of his league…trying to put on a show that he knows it all….sorry….congressman…u have a lot to learn….

    talk to a letter carrier or even a low level postmaster for facts….not L’Enfant Plaze who play with the numbers and lie all the time while they swim happily with their boneuses and super rich salaries for their brown nosing friends….

    wake up ross….ur being played….

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