Saturday, August 16, 2008


Also, some letters to legitimate Milwaukee central city addresses are coming back undeliverable, possibly because letter carriers fear those neighborhoods, said Nat Robinson, chief of the board’s Elections Division.


I know that awhile back home delivery was stopped in some neighborhoods because of crime (why is this considered the fault of the USPS, not the fault of the people comitting the crimes against carriers??), but residents could still pick up their mail at the local post office. That's not the same as "undeliverable." The route carriers know the names and addresses of their neighborhood. "Undeliverable" indicates the person the letter is addressed to does not reside at that legitimate address. And I'm sure your letter carrier appreciates your smear, Mr. Robinson...

The excuses for registration fraud keep getting dumber and dumber.

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