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AARP caught in the Act again!

The AARP has apparently been caught in the act of promoting its own self interest above that of its members again- see the attached story.Click here: AARP Medicare Copayment Increases | US Senators | The Daily Caller
Dan Weber, AMAC’s president said, “Why didn’t AARP simply tell the truth and say that they would benefit by what they were lobbying for. Then they could have said the main reason they are against the changes in the co payments is to protect their members.What’s wrong with telling the truth?”

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Stephen King

Its high time somebody began to call out AARP on their consistent liberal political views and actions. I really don’t think most seniors realize just how far to the left AARP is and that their dues are only given to liberal democratic causes. As soon as I heard about AMAC on Sean Hannity I cancelled my UURP membership and medicare policy. SHAME on AARP for going against the very people they represent !!

Bill Daugherty

I joined AMAC when you started. I know it takes time, but any organization has to offer real alternatives, not just being against another organization. One of these days, have a list showing what they do, what you do and why. Keep it up!

Bill

To make the 2016 budget work the president and Congress shifted 181 billion from social security trust fund to the budget. AARP did not even emit a whisper about this raid on social security. The this-is-why-we did-it speak from republicans is that it was used to prop up disability fund. But that fund has little funding from our social security payments we make from our paychecks and still doesn’t. Why didn’t they increase funding or shift money from other programs? If you vote for your nice-guy republican no-tax guy this year just remember how much regard they have for seniors. They are other ways for them to take your money without raising taxes, they just did it.

David Clarke

after a horriable fight with AARP’s insurance co, to fix damage to our home (which we lost because of it) I was searching the web and happened to go to http://www.badfaithinsurance.org. It has a list of he 10 worst ins co and the 100 best..guess who’s listed as #1 worst…yep..Hartford…go check it out..I droped them immediatley

dale schueller

We need to recognise the intellectual value of the constitution as written with all references to GOD included if we are to survive as a country.

Art

Never joined AARP.Never will.Just look at some of the people on the cover of their magazine.Enough said……….

Steven O

What part of “voucher care” is a rotten and unfair proposal do you people not understand? Or do you all think you will never lose your medicare and just don’t care about those under age 55 who will? And,if you are afraid of government “death panels” just wait until medicare is privatized!

cheryl kwasigroch

10% reduction in federal spending IS NOT ENOUGH for your petition. Knowing how this congress & so called potus spend,spend, spend 10% won’t touch the interest. Nor do they follow their own laws (HR 9214) & this congress & its disgusting bunch on the hill are not helping any American citizen. Let’s get back to basics & priortize what our founding fathers gave us. A Constitution that gave us this great REPUBLIC.

rick

Just found out about your organization and am interested. AARP article prompted a question: Where do you disclose if you retain a financial interest in plans and endorsements in which you’re involved? Just want true comparisons between you and AARP before I join

ROGERS NANNY

AARP is bad. I’m glad to be rid of them.
AMAC is good. I’m proud to be a member with them.

Ed

I was a AARP member once,a long time ago.Then I found out they did not have my best interest in mind,political speaking. I now am on a AMAC campain to all my friends. God bless AMAC,and God Bless America.

Robert

The 95th. congress passed HR 9214 which amended the Wood’s act..
HR 9214 section 7 states: The total outlay of the Federal government may not exceeds its receipts. This act requires a balance budget. Therefore every voter should be calling, & e-mailing their representatives to remind them of HR9214 and ask why they are not following the law as required by this bill HR9214?. This bill was passed to satisfied the IMF because the IMF was fearfull that USA would not meet funding requirement obligations for the IMF.

J. R. Ferguson

Talk to the seniors at your church. I found that our associate pastor and his wife were giddy to show off their new AARP card, laughing that they are now old enough to join AARP. They did not know how AARP undermines our faith and its principles. I showed they AMAC, and now hope they will convert to AMAC ASAP! Ask YOUR brethren if they know the truth!!

Kevin Kleinhans

I wrote AARP to tell them not to send me their mailers. Their response was a letter telling me that my private information was accidentally released. I did not know that hoffa work for those guys.

Lois D. Stanley

I have never been a member of AARP because I saw it from the beginning.I have been looking for an alternative a long time. i haven’t needed any of their services and dislike their liberal magazine.I joined AMAC because I want to belong to a senior group that I like what it stands for. I am a conservative.

Dave M

I LOVE AMAC! I joined AARP the day I turned 50 and dropped them and demanded a refund the day I read their diatribe supporting Obamacare. I take every opportunity I can to tell folks about AMAC and to steer them away from AARP!

Jackie

I dumped AARP 20 years ago when they were running around in full support of the Hillary Healthcare push, intimating that all of its members were in favor of adopting that health bill. They didn’t even care about what their members wanted.

I waited around for a long time before AMAC materalized – but I never, ever gave a thought to returning to that cheating, lying AARP.

Jackie

I dumped AARP 20 years ago when they were running around in full support of the Hillary Healthcare push, intimating that all of its members were in favor of adopting that health bill. They didn’t even care about what their members wanted.

I waited around for a long time before AMAC materalized – but I never, ever gave a thought to returning to that cheating, lying AARP.

Jackie

I dumped AARP 20 years ago when they were running around in full support of the Hillary Healthcare push, intimating that all of its members were in favor of adopting that health bill. They didn’t even care what about what their members wanted.

I waited around for a long time before AMAC materalized – but I never, ever gave a thought to returning to that cheating, lying AARP.

Steven O

Good to see someone at least with common sense (Gary C.).

I don’t understand all the hatred for AARP. They do have interestes of seniors at heart and they do provide worthwhile information in their magazines. Why shoot your own teammates? Oh, I forgot – that is standard operating procedure for rabid conservatives.