Monday, August 10, 2009

Quick Links: Baird Spends Your Money and AARP's Got Competition

1. Democrat Brian Baird won't see his constituents and compares them to nazi's, but he has no problem spending their money on an extravagent, exotic trip to New Zealand, Australia, and the South Pole to "study climate change." Sure. He just had to go diving in the Great Barrier Reef and stay in a fancy hotel in Hawaii, to which his spokesman responds, "... Mr. Baird said he would have been 'every bit as happy camping as staying in a hotel.'" Oh yeah, their spouses all went too.

2. Want an alternative to AARP and their blood sucking alliance with socialism? Introducing AMAC (A-mack), The Association of Mature American Citizens. From their website:

For many years, there was only one senior organization.


Today, The Association of Mature American Citizens (AMAC) is here to protect your interests, and to offer an alternative perspective on how to best solve the problems seniors face today. AMAC will be on your side when it comes to fighting high taxes, which are especially harmful to those living on a fixed income. You can count on AMAC to speak
out to preserve the values that helped make America a great nation. AMAC is not afraid to say we still believe in God and Country.


We are the new senior organization.


AMAC was developed for anyone age
50 or above, and to provide discounts not available anywhere else.


Send this to every senior you know and let's starve the beast that is AARP. Don't give them another dime. After all, they are using those dimes to promote a health care system in which seniors will be neglected and systematically denied care, because the elderly just "cost too much."

1 comment:

  1. Liberty, where did you find this???? I've been wishing there were an alternative to AARP, but had no idea that one existed. THANK YOU!

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