There you go again, making stuff up. Where in that video does he say this can "save the USPS"? I heard him say that the Postal Service is a good place to start using the clean energy of wind power.
IMO the post office missed an opportunity in the early days of the internet. They could have become an ISP and offered all the services they offer now over their website.
Carper's onto something with regard to powering the vehicles. They don't have to be gasoline powered.
The guy seems like a bit of a goof. The USPS is going down the tubes. Where are they supposed to come up with the money to buy a fleet of new vehicles?
Let me ask you Leftistas something.
Alternative or mixed fuel vehicles are more expensive than a gas engine. The cost of fuel is lowest with gas.
So, how are we going to get the USPS cost neutral by increasing their cost?
Of course, we could subsidize expensive fuel purchases by the USPS and pretend it is inexpensive, but that would just be another effort to move cost from one part of the government to another. You would have a more difficult time to see it, but it would still be there.
http://www.carsdirect.com/car-pricin...new-hybrid-carWhile the initial price of hybrid cars might be between $2,000 to $10,000 more than a traditional fueled car, the ultimate savings make the purchase completely worth the investment. Hybrid cars run on both electric and traditional fuels, which require fewer stops to the fill station that will ultimately save you hundreds of dollars in costs.
I drive both a hybrid and a traditonal car. No contest re fuel costs.
I am sad to see the UPS failing.
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