Suggested the USPS fix its financial troubles by rebranding itself as a bank.
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Citizens Against Government Waste awarded Democratic Sen. Elizabeth Warren “Porker of the Year,” for her “inane” suggestion that the financially struggling U.S. Postal Service should start acting as a bank.
CAGW, a non-profit dedicated to eliminating government waste, gives the award annually to the lawmaker, government official, or political candidate who has shown the most “blatant disregard” for taxpayers that year. Warren won over six other candidates with 34 percent of the vote in a public online poll.