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joined AMAC this year just something about AARP never got me to joined or my mother will sign my mother up soon. love AMAC for the standing up for what is right in America

This is a fantastic video. Thanks for it. Am a brand new member of AMAC and cancelled my membership to AARP. I
am a widow of 9+ years and recently retired for the second time. Looking for a long term with AMAC.

I loved the video! To those who would criticize it for not showing their choices, MAKE ONE YOURSELF! You can only include so much in a short video. I too dropped AARP once I found out whose views they really represented, not mine!

P. S. I cancelled AARP long ago!

Beautiful!!! Thank you, Amac.

I am happy for what they did show. It was enough to make me appreciate America and the video.

I joined AARP as soon as I possibly could and the day I found out that some of my dues money was being given to anti gun groups I dumped them. Now when I get a mailing from them I stuff the return envelope with everything I can put in it so they can pay extra postage.
George Monk

I’m another happy AMAC member the loved the video…I keep getting solicitations from AARP…they always go into the fire pit…make really good kindling.

You couldn’t pay me enough to go back to AARP! I quit them when I found out their founder was totally
Anti-Gun & still is. They don’t respect Our Second Amendment Rights then they shouldn’t expect to get
Our Business. I’ll stay with AMAC.

Re: AARP…to use a fitting phrase used by Paul Ryan at the recent RNC in Tampa…. AARP is trying to sail their boat with yesterdays wind.

Loved the video….but you missed the whole midwest, Nebraska (Chimney Rock), Texas, Utah. Love what you’re doing tho, not liking AARPs policies…..they certainly don’t represent most older Americans I know.

Video was all right (being labeled “Journey Across America”), but where were spots such as: (1) The Grand Canyon? (2) Hoover Dam ? (3) Las Vegas? (4) Lake Tahoe? (5) Crater Lake, Oregon? (6) Seattle’s Space Needle? (7) Hearst Castle? (8) Pikes Peak? (9) The Gateway arches in St. Louis? (10) View of San Diego Bay/Coronado Island ? (11) Diamond Head in Hawaii? (12) That canyon overlook view from Kauai,, Hawaii’s Garden Island? (13) The Volcano (with lava spewing) from Hawaii’s Big Island?? (14) The Florida Keys? (15) The Hollywood sign??? (16) Santa Monica Beach? (17) ANYTHING Santa Barbara, CA? (18) SF Cable Cars? (19) Old Faithful Geyser at Yellowstone? (20) Universal Studios/Burbank, CA? (21) Old Tucson Western Movie studio set? (22) Point Reyes, CA National Seashore (which is up the coast, 50 miles NW of SF)? (22) Redwoods National Parks (located in far N-Western corner of California)? (23) Olympia… Read more »

Sandy, I totally agree with you. Many years ago, I joined AARP. Soon after, however, I woke up and cancelled my membership. It was only recently that I discovered AMAC. Now, life is good again (at least in that respect).

America, the beautiful!

Take all the AARP junk mail. Place it in there own return envelope (postage free) anjd send it back to them

Mr. Jennett,

You have a very smart wife. Please tell Barbara I just finished tearing up my final notice for AARP renewal. Currently they are offering a discount…….. I think I’ll let Clint Eastwood tell then what they can do with their renewal.

Yep! Clint said it best!

Nice clip, only criticism is they missed the whole midwest – our bread basket of the world!

My wife Barbara takes great pleasure in tearing up contiunued advertisments from AARP. Thanks AMAC for being there.

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