Guffey to Appear on ‘The Ed Show’ Tonight At 10

APWU President Cliff Guffey will appear — once again — on The Ed Show on MSNBC tonight, Oct. 13, at 10 p.m. EDT. The House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform is considering the Issa-Ross postal bill today, and is expected to approve the legislation, which the union president has called “a reckless assault on postal service and postal employees.”

Guffey will discuss the ongoing campaign to save America’s Postal Service. The APWU is vigorously opposing the Issa-Ross bill (H.R. 2309), and is organizing support for H.R. 1351, which would provide the USPS with much-needed financial stability without any burden on taxpayers. The bill, which was introduced by Rep. Stephen Lynch (D-MA), has 226 co-sponsors, including 29 Republicans.

Schultz gave an enthusiastic defense of a public Postal Service on his Oct. 12 program.

6 thoughts on “Guffey to Appear on ‘The Ed Show’ Tonight At 10

  1. This bill will give Congress the authority to raid our FERS money just like they have the Social Security funds. They could have offered VERAs to craft workers who were eligible for S/S and saved a bundle. Donahoe said he wasn’t willing to accept a pay cut, but it’s fine for the little people to take one. This is just the beginning of the end of the USPS, which is what the Republications have wanted for years.

  2. Are we about to see a new Civil War in America?? Makes me so proud to be a VETERAN, oh by the way sons & daughters fighting for our FREEDOM, sorry you won’t be getting any Blue Star Mothers packages this year, cause we can’t afford peanut butter and crackers for our families, let alone the gas to go get some!! P.S. Merry Christmas!

  3. we all know their agenda. privatize everything. get that big fish, chop it, sell parts of it. let wall st. have another field day. isent that what they did with the air traffic controllers. I just hope the
    democrates dont sell us out, its about ethics. and accountabiliy

  4. mr reality, i sure hope your right about the buyout. who would have thought after 33 years service i would have to try and find another job

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