Archive for August 2009

Pull The Plug On Obamacare

Seniors Tsunami Headed Toward Congress Statement By 60 Plus Association President Jim Martin Alexandria, VA — It’s time to pull the plug on health care proposals that are not quite dead but are clearly on life support. Perhaps it’s time to abide by President Obama’s suggestion at a town hall meeting in June when discussing…

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AARP Members Flocking to 60 Plus

Internet Donations Refill 60 Plus Coffers; Second Printing of AARP Bumper Stickers Statement By 60 Plus President Jim Martin As 60 Plus speaks out against Obamacare, thousands of disgruntled AARPites are leaving in disgust. The thousands of dollars in unsolicited donations they’re sending to 60 Plus are small change to the Billion Dollar Goliath (fueled to a large…

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AARP Loses Members Over Health Care Stance

WASHINGTON (AP) — About 60,000 senior citizens have quit AARP since July 1 due to the group’s support for a health care overhaul, a spokesman for the organization said Monday. The membership loss suggests dissatisfaction on the part of AARP members at a time when many senior citizens are concerned about proposed cuts to Medicare…

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Massive Medicare Cuts Await Elderly Says New Ad From Seniors' Group

ALEXANDRIA, VA – The 60 Plus Association, a 17-year-old nonpartisan senior citizens advocacy group often referred to as the “conservative alternative to the AARP” today released a TV ad warning the elderly that the healthcare proposal touted by the Obama Administration “means massive Medicare cuts in order to pay for healthcare ‘reform’.” See the at…

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Washington Times

Daniel Hannan, a Conservative member of Parliament from southeastern England, was at the Army Navy Club in the District on Tuesday to offer enthusiastic opinions on the “American Tea Parties” phenomenon. “For 11 years, Britain has had a socialist government that has squeezed the productive end of our economy to expand the unproductive end of our economy. Don’t repeat that in America,” Mr. Hannan told his hosts, which included Townhall.com and the Leadership Institute.

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