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STOP Taxpayer Funded Ad Campaign for Obamacare

Jim Martin, “This may be the only law that needs its own ‘Minister of Propaganda.’”

(Alexandria, Virginia) – Despite being weeks or even days away from a Supreme Court decision that could decide the fate of the President’s unpopular health care law, the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) is moving forward with a $20 million public relations campaign to “educate” the public as to the laws “benefits.”  This prompted a response from 60 Plus Chairman Jim Martin, leader of the nation’s largest senior citizen organization with over 7.2 million senior supporters.

May 23, 2012 | Read more…

Seniors Oppose Obama Attack on Religious Liberty

Jim Martin, “Over 200 years of religious liberty down the drain with one arrogant President.”

(Alexandria, Virginia) – The 60 Plus Association today voiced its support for a federal lawsuit filed today by the University of Notre Dame’s — one of 12 total lawsuits encompassing 43 religious organizations — challenging the constitutionality of the Health and Human Services’ (HHS) mandate ordering religious organizations to provide contraceptive and other services that run counter to the Catholic faith and infringe upon 1st Amendment religious freedoms.

May 21, 2012 | Read more…

Seniors Support Passing Ryan Budget in Senate

Jim Martin, “Seniors need real leadership in the Senate, not political games that have left us with over 1,100 days without a budget and Medicare on the brink of insolvency.”

May 16, 2012 | Read more…

There He Goes Again – Sen. Bill Nelson Can’t Handle Looking at his Own Record

Jim Martin, “I agree with Senator Nelson in one regard; his record is tough to look at.”

(Alexandria, Virginia) – Democrat Senator Bill Nelson of Florida is once again crying ‘foul’ over another critic highlighting his record of supporting the extremely unpopular Obamacare legislation, which slashed Medicare by half a trillion dollars, adds $1 trillion to the next 10 years of deficits, and is largely viewed by the business community as holding back higher employment and the economic recovery.

May 16, 2012 | Read more…

Group Tied to Big Labor Pushes Phony Obamacare Study on Small Business

60 Plus’s Jim Martin, “Families USA once again puts up discredited info to prop up Obamacare.”

(Alexandria, Virginia) – A new report released this week touting the benefits of Obamacare for small businesses comes from a group with questionable ties to big labor organizations, and repeats information that has already been debunked by numerous sources, including the White House.  The liberal Families USA is publicizing findings that conclude that 3.2 million small business are currently eligible for a health insurance tax credit courtesy of President’s Obama health care law, the very same information they peddled back in July of 2010 which proved both to be greatly exaggerated as well as highly prejudicial in favor of Obamacare.

May 10, 2012 | Read more…

‘Julia’ Dies While Waiting for Routine Medical Care

May 3, 2042

Americans blame policies of former President Obama for killing Medicare and his policy of rationing medicine that denied Julia the care she needed.

May 3, 2012 | Read more…

Obamacare Pushing American Workers off Their Private Health Plans and into Government Dependency

Jim Martin: “Obama’s agenda is for the federal government to be everybody’s doctor.”

(Alexandria, Virginia) – A new report released this afternoon by the House Ways and Means Committee states that the nation’s largest 71 employers stand to save hundreds of billions of dollars by dropping health care coverage for their employees and instead pay a $2,000 penalty per employee under the Obamacare employer mandate.  The result would threaten the private health insurance of 10.2 million U.S. workers and send the cost of the health care law, already over $1 trillion, to stratospheric levels.

May 1, 2012 | Read more…