Conservative Alternative to AARP Urges Republicans To Unite To Restart Economy
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Dan Weber, the CEO of the Association of Mature American Citizens (AMAC), one of the largest dues-paying member associations in the United States with a membership of 1.3 million seniors, today issued the following statement in response to proposed changes in tax legislation:
“Republicans had a chance to repeal Obamacare and so far have failed. Now they have a chance to keep the promise to cut taxes for millions of Americans– and they can’t afford to screw it up.
We have in office the first president in history with a lifelong record of job creation in the private sector. Having heard the voices of millions of seniors, the President is pushing to repeal the death tax. And eager to restart our economy, to again allow all Americans the chance to prosper, he’s seeking to lower the corporate tax rate, eliminate loopholes, and provide individual tax cuts.
Conservatives must learn from our recent mistakes and unite. If we fail to come together, this defeat will have far-reaching economic and electoral consequences. To prevent that from happening, we eagerly look forward to working side by side with members of Congress and the administration to make the tax cuts a reality and to restore the promise of American liberty.”
ABOUT AMAC: The Association of Mature American Citizens (AMAC),is one of the largest conservative dues-paying member associations in the United States with a membership of 1.3 million seniors. CEO Dan Weber founded the organization as an alternative to AARP. Weber appears regularly in the media discussing seniors issues and health care.