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Subject: Re: Should we join AARP? Date: 5/29/2008 1:32 PM
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>> 3. Political action committee: They represent senior issues before Congress and in state legislatures. They like contributions and activists to voluteer time, march, demonstrate, etc. But their approach tends to be a bit liberal. It is quite a bit left of protecting Social Security. <<

And, IMO, you have to be comfortable being part of an organization that is more than willing to bankrupt their grandkids in order to preserve and expand their own entitlements that we can't afford any more.

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