Adepto vestri simul stercore
Friday, March 16, 2012
Last year I resigned from the AARP, 17 years after getting enrolled (automatically) at age 50, because the organization has shown itself willing to compromise our Social Security benefits.
There's been a storm of criticism from AARP's membership over their apparent eagerness to sell us out, but
it's had no impact
on the organization's leaders.
AARP began as an advocacy group for older Americans, but nowadays they've become just another insurance agency.
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