If he agrees, you add:
“More specifically, Postmaster General, the job of the Post Office is to deliver the mail ON TIME, right?”
You cite statistics from day before DeJoy started the job.
Then you cite statistics from 1 week after.
Then 2 weeks after.
Then 3 weeks ...
“Mr. Postmaster General, the statistics your own organization collects shows a dramatic decline in performance since you took this job.
“We’re talking about delays in the delivery of life saving medications, Mr. Postmaster General.
“You’re telling me, as the Postmaster General of the United States, that the Post Office wasn’t created by our Founding Fathers to deliver mail to Americans?”
“Well our job is to deliver the mail in a cost effective manner.”
“Mr. Postmaster General, I’d like to read to you what the Constitution says about the Post Office. [Quote Constitution.] Can you show me where the Constitution says anything about the cost effectiveness of the Post Office?”
“In fact, Mr. Postmaster General, the Post Office has never returned a profit to the Treasury. It exists to deliver the mail and to deliver it on time. You have lost sight of its mission.”
The Navy didn’t turn a profit last year.
The Air Force didn’t turn a profit last year.
The Marines didn’t turn a profit last year.
The Coast Guard didn’t turn a profit last year.”
“I yield the remainder of my time.”