Dubya And Buddha

Dubya And Buddha

“Hi Buddha, thanks for the birthday card!” President George W. Bush shouted to Jim Martin, president of the 60 Plus Association, during yesterday’s Rose Garden Ceremony to announce a prescription-drug benefit for senior citizens.

To Members Of The President’s Commission On Social Security

The 60 Plus Association, a national, nonpartisan senior citizens’ advocacy group of half a million members, strongly endorses the letter sent by U.S. Representative Jim DeMint (R-SC) and House Majority Leader Dick Armey (R-TX) urging that you support protecting the benefits for Social Security recipients and offering younger workers the opportunity to establish personal retirement accounts.

60 Plus Association Endorses Bush’s Prescription Plan For Seniors

James L. Martin, President of the 60 Plus Association, hailed President George W. Bush’s prescription drug benefit proposal “as fulfilling a campaign promise that senior citizens will receive a benefit which will help them meet the high costs of prescription drugs.

Statement By The 60 Plus Association On Availability Of The Drug Synthroid

The 60 Plus Association represents half a million senior citizens nation wide. We have been concerned over efforts to remove the drug Synthroid, a thyroid medication from the market. We strongly oppose these efforts and urge keeping Synthroid on the market.