Seed imports to U.S.

Kelly Irvin
Wed, 24 Jan 2007 15:26:32 PST
My ignorant self just HAS to say something about this. If a person pays 
full postage to receive a product from anywhere, they are entitled to 
receive that product as promised. However necessary the government's 
interception of the product may be does not negate this fact. Our tax 
dollars already pay for each and every one of those Federal employees to 
do whatever job they do, and that should include whatever additional 
costs are incurred by their additional requirements related to that package.

Now, since that green label is not the recipient's address, therein may 
lie the reason for the Postal Service's complaint. Personally, I think 
the Postal Service should not be complaining about it. They forward mail 
for free when a person moves. They return mail for free, when an address 
is undeliverable, ETC.

Since my reasoning could be very flawed, and what the government or 
postal service takes from us is not already way more than necessary, it 
does seem that the inspection offices could easily manage an inventory 
of C.O.D. labels.

Laura & Dave wrote:
>   I may be behind the times, but what ever happened to C.O.D. postal 
> service?
Mr. Kelly M. Irvin
10850 Hodge Ln
Gravette, AR 72736
USDA Cold Hardiness Zone 6a/b


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