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AMAC Was Founded to be Your Alternative to AARP

AMAC was founded to be a conservative alternative to AARP. You have a choice!

Looking for an alternative to AARP?  You’ve come to the right place.  The Association of Mature American Citizens (AMAC) is a conservative, nonpartisan organization looking out for the interests of Americans 50 years of age and older.  We believe in the traditional values of Faith – Family – Freedom that have made the United States of America the greatest of nations.  We believe that life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness are not empty words, but the fulfillment of the American dream.

AMAC will endeavor to be your advocate to promote commonsense government and to let you keep your hard-earned money in your pocket – not the government’s.

Our new organization continues to grow.  If you’re tired of the other senior organization’s liberal way of thinking, please join AMAC today.  If you like what we are trying to do to protect our way of life, refer your family, friends, and neighbors.  The more people who join AMAC, the more positive impact we can have, and the more discount products and services we’ll be able to negotiate for you.  Remember, there is strength in numbers.

AMAC can be found on Facebook under the name “Association of Mature American Citizens, AMAC”.

Comments (444)

  1. bill coulter says:

    Any notion that AARP is not a liberal organization is hysterical. Have been a member for years and hold my nose every renewal period. Admit to wanting the tiny discounts involved on my cell service and United. However, the lefty bias in articles and editorials is rampant. It is okay to be biased, but denying that it exists is less than honest. Would love to see a mass exodus to a viable alternative. It will take time. I will join.

  2. Dave says:

    FYI, I had been a member of AARP for 5 years and will be switching to AMAC. I already dropped AARP and Hartford Insurance will continue to cover me at the same rate as when I was with AARP. You do not have to be a member of AARP to get their insurance.

  3. Edrd says:

    Just got tablet&on line. Been reading comments. Entertaining! Typical librreal/progressivee/coolade drinking BS & some good old constitutional/liberty loving common sense. Add ….informed & based in truth.

  4. Herb baker says:

    What does AMAC offer it’s members. I see thousands of comments. however, but what is it?

  5. bill marino says:

    I looked into AMAC since I could never join AARP.
    I remember when my father was alive, AARP kept sending him renewal notices and my father, suffering from a bit of dementia, would pay the bil 3-4 times per year. My wife called and complained and accused them of preying on the elderly. They never refunded the payments.
    Now, with all the liberal support they give Obama’s disaster “Obama Care”, I think most senior citizens should vote with their feet and leave.
    AMAC is for me. Support the Constitution and the American Way.

  6. Bill says:

    Each election cycle brings out many propositions on the ballot.
    It has been my experience that each proposition that is aimed at raising taxes, or changing things that will hurt Seniors, I found AARP to be on the Proponent side! Clearly, Senior’s interest is not on their agenda.

    I first heard of AMAC on the radio on shows of personalities I respect. I will Join.

  7. Disgruntled Veteran says:

    It was based on the AARP / Liberal Koolaid peddlers on this blog that got me to sign up with Amac.
    As it keeps growing in size so will the membership benefits as companies vie for customers.

    God Bless Amac and keep up the good work!

  8. William H Freeburn Jr says:

    What does AMAC offer that AARP does, and what does AMAC offer that AARP does not?

    • Ron Sutcliffe says:

      Hello from Texas!! USA

      Got my renewal from AARP today wanting $63 for my 5year membership for my wife and me.
      Problem is they (AARP) won’t even pay the postage for Renewal after me being a member for 27 years.
      So Sorry about that and AARP Too!

      Going to the competition for sure today, for sure in Texas USA. That is AMAC For Sure

      Bye AARP and Over and Out from Texas.

      Ron in Texas on March 3, 2014 @ 3p.m. Going over to the other one for sure today.
      BYE! AARP!!!!! Hi to AMAC Today!

      • James Sullivan says:

        Ted, I don’t know how AMAC is working out for you but once I signed up on line I printed out my membership that day and I have been receiving all the benefits from that program for 2 years now. No bad news on this end. No postage to pay here either.

  9. ted barber says:

    I have been a AMAC member,314855 . My member ship was due to expire on 9/6/2013 . I sent AMAC a check on 8/8/2013 for $59.95 for a 5 year membership . My bank statement shows that they cashed the check on 8/22/2013 . I never received confermation for my new membership renewal . I have written to them but they do not respond . Yesterday I received a notice that my membership expired ! I don’tlike an orgination taking advantage an not giving me something that I paid for .Amac says that they are better than AARP . I never had a problem like this with AARP . Like the old saying, “Actions speak better than words “.

    • Bernice says:

      Ted…..did you get a response from amac…..I want to join but seeing negative comments
      Make me queasy. If they made or not made amends that would help my decision making

      • James says:

        Careful who you listen too. Left wing people will post on consevative websites to get us scared of AMAC. AMAC is just as good if not better than AARP. Love it………

        • Sonny G. says:

          Jim, What you stated is 100% true, Liberal Progressive trolls do this all the time on many websites, AARP is not for the Retired people, it is a Communist organization that kisses Obama’s ass.

    • Mary says:

      Am going to follow this comment as I too have an interest in lefty aarp alternative.

    • John Drake says:

      Your grammar, spelling, and train of thought indicate that you would be better served by AARP. Furthermore, I suspect that you are a Koolaid drinking liberal plant.

      • Diana says:

        John, Your grammar is fine and so is your spelling, but people who make snap decisions about a person on spelling and grammar is arrogant and foolish. I think spelling and grammar are important but I would never judge someone on that. I know a lot of people who speak and spell great who are arrogant jerks and I know people who cannot spell and their grammar may not be perfect but they are wonderful people. I am glad that God will judge us and not you.

        • Sandra Kilmartin says:

          Diana, the reality is, if a person cannot master a simple elementary level of the language that he presumably grew up speaking, how can he be capable of higher level thinking? We have spell check on computers, dictionaries are still in print, and there are plenty of people with sufficient intelligence who are more than willing to help those who are unsure of their spelling or grammar, but who aspire to be correct. Yes, it IS important!

  10. Al Be says:

    Without doing my due diligence I joined AARP for 5 years about a year ago. Now I wish I hadn’t but doubt I can get a refund if I were to cancel. Guess I’ll just keep snipping the little Harbor Freight ‘freebie’ coupons out of the newsletter so I can feel like I’m getting something besides screwed.

    • John V says:

      Al,You can get a pro rated refund of your dues. My father did it a couple years ago. Perhaps with the competition getting tougher they may have changed their policy but its worth a try.

  11. michael hodge says:

    Please furnish forms or other information for membership.

  12. Pastor Bruce says:

    Let’s see … AMAC or AARP. There are so many who argue for each one, and those for AARP are noticeably in an agitated state of mind as are most liberals.

    Hey! I know! Why don’t I make a choice that is best for me, and then everyone who doesn’t like it can just keep quiet since it doesn’t involve them!!??

    AARP, please cancel my membership.
    AMAC, please accept my new membership.

  13. Lee says:

    AARP is a for-profit retirement company. Why do you think they have so many offerings?

    • Bill says:

      AARP is an insurance company. When Obamacare was still being put together, they reached out to the White House and told them they would support it and would convince their membership to do so. Why? Because they will sell an additional $500 million dollars in insurance to it’s members. Don’t be fooled, AARP is nothing but a insurance company that claims to be in support of seniors and their interests. They knew Obamacare would cut $700 million from Medicare, but supported it anyway because of their profit outlook. I don’t mind anyone being in business and making a profit, but feel AARP misleads their members by not being totally truthful about the fact they own the insurance company that sells policies to their members.

  14. Dr. Kennible Lecter says:

    I never joined AARP because I recognize what these people stand for.

    And it is NOT my values they represent.

    I’m joining AMAC right now.

    Thanks for being a viable alternative.

  15. dmenk says:

    I read your literature – then hurried to join AARP. No thanks. If you don’t like our way of life move away.

    • John Glueck says:

      dmenk: please go to Russia to see where AARP values ends…. may it never be!

      • Glennn says:

        John if your brains were tnt you would not have enough to blow your nose! the world does not rotate around any one group or side. there are two sides to consider and in order to make and informed desision you make sure that you understand both sides, you cannot make an informed desision reading only one side.

        • John Drake says:

          Glenn. Why is it that liberals like you can’t seem to punctuate or spell? A sampling: “desision”, “tnt”, “and informed decision”. Probably because you were educated in government run schools, just like government supported AARP. I’ll stick with the intelligent ones at AMAC.

          • Diana says:

            John, Twice you have criticized people for spelling and grammar and assume they are liberals. reed mi lips whu r u 2 juge? I m glad God is juging me n not u.

    • Dr. Kennible Lecter says:

      You sir, ma’am are noting more than a shill.

      And yes, I’ll be signing up…. Just because I can’t stomach you leftists.

  16. Brenda says:

    I would love to switch from AARP to AMAC, but I have tried to find out what insurance companies AMAC deals with, and whether or not I can get comparable Home insurance through AMAC. I live in a mobil home that is in the 100 year flood plain, and must keep flood insurace. I get this insurance very cheaply through the AARP Hartford insurance plan at this time. I also have my auto and marine insurance through them. I hate helping to back the AARPS liberal policies, but I can’t afford to let my insurances go unhjless I can find something comparable. Can any one give me any information about this? I would be forever grateful if I can find an alternitive to AARP!!!

    • Richard says:

      The thing is, AARP is not liberal, they are reality based. I suspect that you are simply sponsored by some Koch anti-government, libertarian group who spews BS to the rest of us for their own aggrandizement. I once had a boss who said “The truth will out.” I pray to God that it outs you guys very soon.

      • allen clark says:

        What a jerk!!!!! AARP sold out its members when they backed Obama care so they could sell supplemental insurance. They did not care what we wanted, they only cared about the bottom line and that is not an organization I choose to participate in. I ripped up my AARP and now looking for somebody I can trust.

        • Molly B McFee says:

          Amen to this and I did the same. I had a lifetime membership for 20 years and when AMAC came along, I said goodbye. I cannot support any organization who funds other organizations with whom I have serious differences. Yes, AARP does back ObamaCare as well as other Socialists entities. Now that we have an alternative, there is no need for anyone to think they must support them.

        • Pam Jones says:

          AMEN to you Allen. Unfortunately there are some commenters on here who only listen to the biased media! Instead of getting the whole picture and then making the choice best for them! AARP is a disgrace after backing Obamacare, we will have nothing to do with them. Their ethics are in their pocket book and not in my best interest. My husband and I were members till they did that. Now we are looking seriously at AMAC.

          • Dr. Kennible Lecter says:

            These comments are coming primarily from shills, government paid posted to spread their propaganda.

            Do a little research and you’ll find out I’m correct.

            Like it or not, this is 1939 all over again, and I will not support them in any way.

            • Glennn says:

              Dr. Kennible Lecter all of the shooling in the world will never make you smart or wise, it sounds like you sir starting to beleve the propaganda that you have been spuing out of your limitd amount of brain cells.

              • John Drake says:

                Glenn, if you were a student in my English class, I’d have you perched on a stool in front of my desk with a large dunce cap glued to your hollow head.

                • Diana says:

                  John, I pegged you correctly. My brother was a English major and like you feels superior to all people who are not grammar perfect. You are arrogant and of course better than anyone else. So we will let you believe you are smarter than us. I will take a illiterate nice person over a grammar perfect blow hard like you and if my grammar is not perfect good, it will irritate you or should I spell U. you bloviate well.

            • Dr M. J. Hanibel Lector says:

              Dear Kennible Lecter. Sounds just like a horror movie title, hmmmmm. However even if you happen to be a real liberal doctor. You sound just like every other intellectual on the internet. No common sense. No life experience. Lived on campus your whole life and never held a real job. Therefore a frontal lobotomy would improve your ability think.

        • John Glueck says:

          Thanks Allen… AARP is a political disgrace…

        • PatriceHall says:

          I don’t know why AARP would back ACA so they could sell supplemental insurance. I have had supplemental insurance through them for years. And as far as the comment about the vaunted $700 billion (which used to be $500 billion – grew like Romney’s nose) that was supposedly “taken” from Medicare, that is a crock and if you research it somewhere other than Fox you will find it dramatically strengthened Medicare, gave us a lot of preventive care, and lengthened its life for some period of years.

          This organization is backed in part by Newt Gingrich and Shaun Hannity so I am just going to sit back and watch you guys end up supporting the privatization of Social Security and the Paul Ryan $8000 voucher that will replace Medicare. Problem is you will take those of us who really listen and know what is happening down with you.

          • Disgruntled Veteran says:

            Again a Liberal with FOX News Lies.. supprised you didn’t say AMAC members are prejudice because the President and his wife are partially African/African American.

            The koolaid is thick on that side of the fence and Liberals refuse to see where Obama’s policies are leading this once great nation.
            Fact: He violates the constitution with Presidental orders and appointments
            Fact: the ACA was passed with little or no chance for the GOP to review what was actually written into it. New taxes that will come back to patients wallets (ie medical device Tax). Exemptions for politicians and special groups, etc..
            Fact: Eric Holder has violated multiple laws and overstepped authority yet remains in office.
            Fact: The Obama administration has done everything in it’s power to attack 2nd Amendment rights without actually trying to change the 2nd Amendment (Signing the UN Arms treaty, Shutting down the last operating Lead smelter to stop lead for ammo, backing states with new crazy strict gun control laws, etc..)
            Fact: The Cash for Clunkers hurt US small businesses like used car dealers, used car parts, junk yards. Less than 5% of the money spent went to US manufacturers (their own fault). The truly needy population with gas guzzling, smoke belching vehicles could not afford or qualify for new cars so only the middle class and up profitted from the deal.
            Fact: The Bank Bailout was a huge farce that had gaping legal loop holes that had the Fed wasting millions of dollars trying to chase down and close, but found themselves days behind the banking industry who pocketed huge bonuses and lavish gifts at tax payers expense.

            We won’t even go into Benghazi, Fast n Furious, IRS etc….

            Problem is most conservatives believe in “Live and let live” and have been quiet too long while Liberals believe in “Live the way I think you should or I will make your life living hell” have rallied and voted.

            Until conservatives as a whole believe in the fact that every vote counts this country will sadly continue to slide into the deep cesspool of socialism and debt.

            US Army (Ret.)

            • James says:

              WELL SAID!!!!!!!!

            • Lance says:

              Dear Kevin,
              Thank you first for your service and secondly for the level headed response. We must stick together and once again stand for life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. We still have the right to redress undue grievous laws in our constitution!

          • Nother vet says:

            Patrice…..My question is, If you think AARP is so great, Why is your Liberal ass over here??

      • Ronald says:

        We are an anti Socialist America group who believes that Americans do not need the Government to interfere with our lives. We believe in self sufficiency not dependency as you so love to cling to. You are the kind of person who needs the Government to guide you as obviously you lack the intelligent self fortitude to stand up an be a man!!!

      • Molly B McFee says:

        Richard, perhaps you do not understand Socialism. The truth has outed AMAC. That is why it is growing exponentially.

      • Renellin says:

        You are wrong. AARP is liberal and they have not acted in the best interests of seniors. So far they’re just a huge organization that has clout because of what they offer seniors. If your union/club is not working on your behalf, why join? I haven’t joined anything yet, will read on to see what these outfits have to offer. There is nothing about liberalism that is reality based.

      • Ethel Baumann says:

        then why do they donate to democrats and not republicans?

      • Al says:

        Richard, you don’t have a clue. Take it from someone working for AARP, they are in bed with Obama and Obamacare, they are ripping off senior citizens by bombarding them with confusing literature and constant renewal. The AARP not liberal is a joke. They are out to make money like the rest of them.

      • Lee says:

        AARP is a for profit retirement company. Why do you think they have so many offerings?

      • Jack says:

        Is AARP paying their employees to work O/T to comment on this great company. They must really be scared!

      • Sandra Kilmartin says:

        You really should balance your information from all sides. I am NOT a leftist, never have been, but continue to get email from the left all of the time. In 98 percent of the mailings I get, they denigrade the Koch brothers. If the Koch brothers are spending as much as the twisted left say that they are, they’d have to be in control of the entire world’s financial resources. And isn’t it interesting that they NEVER mention the contributions and involvement in numerous socialist/communist groups supported by the evil George Soros? You need to wake the heck up, Richard, and do it fast. Supporting these socialist/facist/marxist/communist types will offer you absolutely no protection when the proverbial brown matter hits the fan, and it’s coming.

    • Aircop says:

      AARP supported Obama care bacause they made tons of money off of it and that was when the majority of AARP members didn’t agree with it. That should tell you how liberal they are. Plus, I have a high-school friend who is a top research analyst with AARP–all of her friends/co-workers and herself are as liberal as Jane Fonda. And, totally ignorant to what’s really going on in politics. Did you all see that the AFL-CIO, unions, and even Bill Clinton are saying how bad the Obama Care is and that it has to be changed? Yep. YOU WERE Wrong all ALONG AND the conservatives were right. If AARP supported it for their members, what does that tell you about the lack of intelligence of the people who “work for you”?

    • Stephen Williamson says:

      You might try USAA, if you’re a veteran. They used to restrict their coverage to the officer community, but have come to realize that the enlisted community are by an large responsible adults too. Check it out, I really don’t know if they have any restrictions on who they will cover and Convsumer Reports rates them very highly. Later, Steve

      • Disgruntled Veteran says:

        Yep.. if you are a veteran and not using USAA you are squandering one of your best benefits.. a benefit you can pass onto your family for free!

      • Im-a-vet says:

        Stephen you are definitely correct about USAA. It is now available to all service men and women, and their family members. I joined two years ago, and have been treated very well by them. they offer atuo, personal, and home coverages at rates that other companies cannot touch.

    • John V says:

      Brenda, The AARP and AMAC have similar benefits to offer. However it is only in very rare instances that being a member of either of these groups will save you much more money on insurance then you can usually be able to negotiate as an older established person. I am almost 50 and have joined AMAC for political reasons as much as anything else.Unlike the other side of the isle I believe in more choices, more voices more options is better for America.I find it quite interesting that there are so many post from people who have no interest in AMAC , but only seem interested in ranting about the right. Richard ? If you don’t think that the AARP is liberal then you are either misinformed or uninformed sir.

    • David says:

      Check with a local State Farm agent. I don’t know if they sell flood insurance, but I’ve yet to find a company that is cheaper with the same product as them. I’ve been insured with them since 1977 and every time someone tells me another insurance company is cheaper I check and find SF is still cheaper. I’ve had a few claims, including damage from a tornado that did extensive damage to my house, and they are fair in paying also.
      They also give discounts for multiple policy holders, so if you have more than type of insurance with them they discount your total premium.

    • DON says:

      Take advantage of A A R P as they rake advantage of you. If the insurance is good, do it. Nothing in the constitution prevents you from being a member of each. Are you so poor in your life that $15 is too much of a price to join AMAC

    • DON says:

      Take advantage of A A R P as they rake advantage of you. If the insurance is good, do it. Nothing in the constitution prevents you from being a member of each. Are you so poor in your life that $15 is too much of a price to join AMAC

  17. Fred Tuceker says:

    How do you join AMAC.

    Thank You.

  18. Lberty Roll says:

    There is an alternative to AARP and it is calle the AMAC. I suggest everyone join that instead.

    As for United Healthcare .. my husband’s major 500 complany placed us on it right before Obamacare was passed. It was so bad that everyone begged to go back to some of our local healthcare providers.

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