Now we're talking!
This same type of brainstorming approach should be applied to every part of the 1940 style goverment programs to streamline them all.
Not sure if you're being sarcastic or not, but here's the deal. If we all come to the agreement that it's okay to operate the USPS at a reasonable loss, that's fine. It's a service provided to the tax payers by the tax payers managed by the Federal Gov't, so I get it that it may not be profitable, much less fiscally sound. But upwards of $10B or whatever that figure was is absolutely uncalled for, especially when it's largely a useless function of not only government but modern day life.
By and large, if you need something mailed to you, you should be responsible for the delivery service charge. As is the case with everything else, if it becomes unfeasible to pay for these things, we create a better way to do it.