The U.S. Postal Service (USPS) plans to end next-day delivery of letters, postcards and other First Class mail. Reaction from the public has been immediate and negative. Homeowner Dino Sore said, "This must be a red letter day for Congress who has given this plan its stamp of approval and will try to zip legislation through that reduces the size of the USPS. I'd like to see more female legislators involved because Congress is a mail-dominated body with men who go postal at the first sign of trouble. The average homeowner will take a licking as a result of this plan and I will address this issue immediately." A chronic mistrust of the USPS seems to envelop homeowners who see themselves as First Class citizens who want to make it a Priority to Express themselves over this unfortunate news. Homeowners might take solace in the fact that some of them are fighting back but, in reality, the bill before Congress is signed, sealed and delivered.