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Obama Tried to Filibuster Debate!

10/5/12 at 12:08 AM 

Obama Tried to Filibuster Debate!

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AARP Sued for Deception

AARP Sued for Deception

The AARP, the American Association of Retired Persons, has flip-flopped, misrepresented themselves, and, let's call it accurately, lied.  They claim to be an advocate for senior citizens, the retired and elderly, watching out for their interests, when in reality their only interest is in helping the Marxists take over America.

The membership dues they take from thousands upon thousands of seniors plus the kickbacks they receive from recommending insurance companies and medications keeps them in the Billion dollar range, which is used to further the far left agenda of socialism.

They have stated publicly that they do NOT back Obama's Health Care Plan (this is all on video tape) even though they were behind the scenes giving the Obama Administration all the support and finances they needed. Then recenlty they acknowledged (just before the vote), that yes, THEY BACKED the healthkill plan, a plan where health care will be rationed to the elderly. (See stories of AARP on this website and by going to: www.revaustinmiles.com)

Then, today, The National Law Journal Legal Times published the story below of a couple suing AARP for deception and misrepresentation, revealing even more AARP corruption.....selling medical plans!

Couple Sues AARP Over Health Care Marketing

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AARP Pants On Fire-Again! How They Profit on Healthkill Plan

AARP, the ultra-liberal senior citizen's organization denied backing Obama's Healthkill Plan at televised Town Hall meetings. See my story on this website regarding their lies. Turns out there is even MORE to this story of betrayal.  

According to press reports, and a story in The Washington Post written by reform advocate and insurance salesman, Dan Eggen. the nation's preeminent seniors group, AARP, has put the weight of its 40 million members behind health-care reform (remember they have publicly stated that they absolutely did NOT back the plan) saying many of the proposals will lower costs and increase the quality of care for older Americans. Again, this group is now solidly endorsing the plan they have publicly denied backing. 

But NOT disclosed in this lobbying campaign is the group's substantial earnings from insurance royalties and the potential benefits that could come its way from many of the reform proposals. The group and it's subsidiaries collected more than $650 million in royalties and other fees last year from the sale of insurance policies, credit cards and other products that carry the AARP name (vitamins etc.), accounting for the majority of it's $1.14 billion in revenue, according to federal tax records.

It does not directly sell insurance policies-even though they strongly "recommend" them through their newsletters and AARP Magazine, lending its name to insurance plans in exchange for a tax-exempt cut of the premiums.

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