Is AARP Right For Our Healthcare System
By contactus@wyoskindoc.com
July 15, 2016
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If you haven’t chosen Association of Mature American Citizens (AMAC ) over AARP yet, you may want to reconsider. During the first Presidential debate, President Obama touted the support of AARP for ObamaCare several times.  While AARP immediately responded by saying, “AARP is a nonpartisan organization and we do not endorse political candidates nor coordinate with any candidate or political party”, recently released emails between the White House and AARP operatives seem to indicate that AARP threw their tremendous lobbying power behind the legislation despite the fact they were getting calls overwhelmingly against it. Due to the emails from the House Energy and Commerce Committee, we now know that AARP worked through 2009-2010 as an extension of a Democratic White House, toiling daily to pass a health bill that slashes $716 billion from Medicare, strips seniors of choice, and sets the stage for rationing. We know that despite AARP’s awareness that its seniors overwhelmingly opposed the bill, the ‘nonpartisan organization’ chose to serve the president’s agenda. Seniors deserve to know all this, as AARP seeks to present itself as neutral in this presidential election.

AMAC is against the harsh provisions in ObamaCare that gives the Federal government complete control of our healthcare. It destroys the best healthcare system in the world, takes 716 billion dollars out of Medicare, and has the power to restrict and ration our medical treatment. AMAC is fighting to keep our right to receive treatment from our doctors without the interference of Federal bureaucrats. Big government experiments like the “stimulus” and ObamaCare have only increased the uncertainty and instability, and are core reasons for the persistently high unemployment rate and why the household incomes of Mature Americans have declined so much.

AMAC, The Association of Mature American Citizens, believes we can do much better. As a steadily growing alternative to groups like AARP, and with an expanding influence in the Nation’s capital, they aim to champion the interests of Mature Americans, seniors, and prospective retirees. Their believe is in religious freedom, free enterprise, and support common sense solutions to our Nation’s largest challenges.

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