Conservatives want to kill it so there is one less example of thing the public sector does well, but given that, I think there may be a case to use the internet to do things that are now done on-line. I’d like to look at providing every home in America high-speed, reliable internet along with a standard printer that can be serviced by USPS employees. Give me an option to refuse mass “mailings” as well and I’d be a happy camper. We can certainly work out a scheme for certified mail and other services that are provided by the USPS.
Maybe some small, rural communities would be hurt by jacked up prices for delivery of physical items, but fuck 'em. They vote solidly Republican anyway and can live with the consequences of their choices for a change.