Skip to comments.AARP has decided to oppose Voter ID
Posted on 05/26/2012 11:19:48 AM PDT by TurboZamboni
Polls show that Voter ID is supported by 80% of senior citizens. But just as in the case of Obamacare, AARP doesnt seem concerned about taking a position that is contrary to a majority of its members. They are spending your membership dues in an effort to defeat Voter ID. You can let AARP know how you feel about their decision by taking these three simple steps:
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AARP is a branch of the DNC.
Print if off and sent it to them in their postage paid envelope.
Did you take that picture and if you did, where are they?
The AARP can use their walker and get lost!
I have tried for over 2 years to get OFF their mailing lists.
Nothing seems to work.
I started sending everything they sent me back to them in the prepaid envelopes they included. It cost them a little money and made me feel better. The other stuff they sent I put in an envelope and put the “to” and “from” as the AARP address - whether it got there or not, if it did it cost them money.
After about 3 months of that they dropped me. This AFTER I cut up our cards and sent them back with the request that they stop my membership. When they didn’t is when I started the mail campaign.
Stay on the list...when you get a postpaid return envelope or card, tape it around a brick and mail it back to them.
I just keep mailing their no postage envelopes back empty. It costs them around 50 cents to pick each one up from the post office.
“I have tried for over 2 years to get OFF their mailing lists.
Nothing seems to work.”
I’ll tell you how I got rid of them. Every time I got their mail, I took a big sharpie marker and wrote “UP YOURS COMMIES!!” on the membership form and sent it back to them. It only took about four of those and they never bothered me again..... LOL!
Give it a try, what the heck.
Here’s what I did and it worked, very quickly.
Take their postage-paid envelope, write FU-AARP COMMIE SCUM! with a Sharpie, on the application etc, and mail it back to them. They get tired, real fast of paying for the postage and surprise message! Heh.
They removed me within a month. I joined AMAC:
I keep their envelopes and block out the address portion with labels, and then I use them to send mail. Thanks AARP for paying my postage!
Mrs. Prince of Space
AArp is nothing more that a propaganda outlet for the dnc grrrrrrrr spittttttttt
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