Photo ID Required to Join Adopt-a-Letter to Santa Program
Okay, it's Christmastime, and that means, ladies and gentlemen, that
there are a lot of letters that are written to Santa Claus. No, no.
Not the letters written to Obama. However, the story does come and is
about USA.gov. It says here the postal service gets over 500,000 pieces
of mail every year for Santa Claus, and you can help by adopting a
letter. Learn how at this website. It's a United States postal service
subsidiary here, USA.gov. It's an Obama's place. Does 500,000 letters
sent to Santa sound like a lot to you or not very many? It does not
soundly a lot at me.
I used to write letters to Santa. My mom would mail 'em. I'd make
her. I mean, I'd make her take me while she put it in the mailbox down
on the corner. I mean, 500,000 in a country of 300 plus million seems
rather low. That's not my point here. This website is about the
letters to Santa program and how to adopt a letter. Individual
customers and representatives of organizations wanting to adopt a letter
must come, you must go to a participating operation Santa post office
in person. Both individual customers and organizational representatives
have to fill out a form and -- wait for it -- you have to show ID. You
have to show photo ID to be able to adopt a letter to Santa Claus,
mandated by the Obama regime.
"For organizations wanting to adopt a letter, please send a
representative with correspondence on letterhead from your company or
organization authorizing the representative to view the letters on
behalf of your company and organization. Your representative must
present his or her employee ID and a valid state driver's license or
state issued ID card."
Ladies and gentlemen, we do not require a photo ID in selecting or
voting for the leader of the free world, but you cannot adopt a "Dear
Santa" letter at the post office without showing an ID. It's just