Skip to comments.The Golden Years Of AARP
Posted on 04/02/2011 8:14:25 AM PDT by raptor22
The tax-exempt seniors group that pushed hard to get ObamaCare passed stands to reap a billion-dollar reward over the next decade as ObamaCare destroys the competition to the products it endorses.
During what passed for a debate on ObamaCare, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), which administers benefits under Medicare, issued what can only be called a gag order after private insurer Humana Inc. warned its Medicare Advantage customers in a letter that ObamaCare might cause them to lose some benefits....
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AARP should be considered ‘elderly abuse’.
It has been quite clear for some time that the management at AARP no longer had the welfare of senior citizens as their top priority.
Members should demand that the “management” at AARP be removed and investigated. I suspect that kickbacks to individuals also play a large part in their endorsements.
It continues to be proven that our country is unable to keep itself afloat and that Obamacare will hasten our fall. Therefore is seems reasonable to assume AARP supports the destruction of America.
Doesn't matter,they still pollute my mailbox.
If the Left ain't an itch they are a rash and then finally a roid.
Some people call it doing well while doing good. But in the end most non profits are a way to skim a luxurious life from charitable contributions or government largess.
There is a conservative alternative to AARP - don’t know how successful or effective it has been. Never checked it out - but might check to see if they get discounts on travel and purchases:) ha ha
Can someone explain to me why that gag order was legal?
I don’t see it that way.
O’Reily endorses AARP. Just lookin out for the lefties.
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