Few not for profit organizations, PROFIT more than AARP. You know who they are – that
nonprofit, nonpartisan membership organization for people age 50 and over. If
you believe their mission statement, then chances are you will swallow the entire Social Security scam. The SS Swindle can be debated, but the reality of the fraud can’t be escaped. The
mere fact that most Americans accept the bribes as a birthright, does not justify the insidious theft and deceit that underpins
the program. Now that the unsustainability of this pay as you go system is admitted,
only the date of demise from demographic realities is left to dispute.
Ah, but what does the AARP say in their chorus line recruiting
tune: You've got to join A.A.R.P. Sing along with these old time Village People:
Old man - are you listening to me
I said -
old man, what do you want to be
I said - old man, you can make real your dreams,
but you've got to know this one thing.
No man, does it all by himself
I said, old man, put your pride on the shelf
And just go there, to the A.A.R.P.
sure they can help you today
Be honest, the issue of solvency has been ignored for decades. As the number of workers rapidly sinks to two for every SS retiree, the bottom of
the barrel needs to be scraped or the waste at the top of the cask needs to be drained off.
The tax percentage of contributions would have to be significantly raised or the retirement age must be pushed back. Elevate the expense paid by employers or hike the AMT (alternative minimum tax). Bring in more - on the books - cheap alien workers to rip off before inducement into
an all-volunteer foreign service. Devalue those fiat Federal Reserve notes sooner
while reporting a bogus inflation rate. Or how about just run up the borrowing
to a point where a new world currency is needed to restore confidence!
All these measures too extreme for the security minded who demand
a guarantee, especially those who have a minimal employment record. Even those
WW II slugs paid in very little - comparatively - and have the audacity to live way beyond their entitled years . . . almost
makes one think that perpetual war didn’t last long enough.
AARP is their champion and savior from the self-indulgence of
their own children. How dare those whipper-snappers make a fuss from paying into
a system that has dolled out so much entitled sustenance. Now there is a seducer
on the block with the outrageous name of a USA Next. They even ask the question: AARP? Not For Me!
bogus surveys designed to promote a hidden liberal agenda to actively promoting liberal causes like gay marriage, the AARP
has become one of America's most active liberal lobbies -- at the expense of seniors and their families. As a result, more
and more Americans are standing up to the AARP and saying "enough is enough!" Join the growing grassroots movement and voice
your opinion on the AARP!
Click here to voice your opinion today!
Well, Charlie Jarvis, USA Next's Chairman & CEO has been making
the rounds on the political news circuit, and if you listen to his message, no wonder the AARP collectivists are worried.
Not only does this upstart organization offer real competition to all those insurance programs and AARP Member Services and Discounts, but it is providing a direct challenge to their little known gravy train bennies!
Almost makes one think that Jessie Jackson sits on the AARP Foundation Board, in that ongoing vacant seat . . . Why Mr Javis even has the nerve to post
a take action now campaign to U.S. Congress Representatives. How dare he tinker with the sacred
FDR legacy? Just read the smear:
I'm outraged to learn that
last year the federal government gave almost $1 billion in grants to the AARP since 1988 ($57 million in 2001!), and that
this goes on year after year. As a Senior citizen, I'm asking you to use your influence to stop using my tax dollars, via
government grants, to fund one of the most liberal, big-government, special-interest groups in America - an organization that
supports programs resulting in higher taxes, more bureaucrat-run health care for me and my fellow Seniors, and no reform of
our faltering Social Security system.
I will be following this issue closely to see what action you and your fellow
members of Congress take to stop this immoral partisan giveaway.
While President Bush has been taking heat on personal accounts, as a windfall for Wall Street, who is
mentioning the current subsidies that are gleamed by AARP? The concept of converting
a welfare program into an ownership property asset is against the religion of any upstanding Fair Deal disciple. Don’t need anything New to replace the Deal that brought this holy safety net to the point of having
so many holes. No doubt the immediate shortfall in current revenue coming from
the youngest would require more borrowing to cash those checks, but why is no one talking up the benefit of all that fresh
Old Senator Everett Dirksen’s fame – “A billion here, a billion there, pretty soon it
adds up to real money”, just needs a few more zeros to tide over the deficit until the economy grows out of the lower
birth rate of productive human resources. Imagine that a saving program could
be inherited by your own offspring? That type of thinking really must be subversive
to the AARP comrades. It comes as no surprise that the existing recipients of
direct deposit government cheques love the socialist model. It doesn’t
matter that they would be exempt from any changes to the present system, their grand kids need to learn the value of a penny!
How easy it would be to resolve this tragic mistake of the great society.
Why not just transfer the property rights of government titled and controlled assets into the hands of sovereign citizens? Think about the dynamic and geometric progression of concrete wealth creation that
would take place when ordinary people have ownership of tangible capital resources.
Begin with selling land holdings that the federal government appropriated for the States. Only American citizens would be able to secure a ticket for this lottery.
The real world value of the “Investment Citizenship Security” would become a true annuity, and replace
a promise to pay - especially out of withholding taxes from work performed.
Envision a culture of liberated investors as a substitution for a society of chattel beggars. The argument that people are too unsophisticated to bear the responsibility for their own safe portfolios
of savings is ludicrous, just how well has the government done as steward of the public trust?
Allow the genius of individual entrepreneurship to fuel the engine of serious economic growth. Since corporations would be barred from participation, the risk of imprudent land management would be diminished,
while the dream of a family homestead becomes a workable endeavor. This one single
small step may change public thinking more than just enriching one’s golden years.
Freeing oneself from government control and dependency is the essence of a meaningful life.
AARP would have you reliant on bureaucratic largess. USA Next can mean more than just a senior lobby
group. The Next in the concept is a future rightful for our children. The USA is a nation restored to our birthright.
Shun the AARP, examine the USA Next approach. Stop singing: You've got to join A.A.R.P. And start living: Old man, Old
man, get yourself OUT of this group . . .
SARTRE – March 8, 2005