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Beginning about 6 months before my fiftieth birthday, AARP sent me numerous invitations to join their organization. I have consistently refused because the AARP has the habit of taking political positions which I find to be unacceptable. In this article Joseph Farah tells us that our old Friend John McCain has urged AARP members to tear up their membership cards.

It seems that the good senator can do some things right.

2 Comments to “John McCain did something right!”

  1. Alan K. Henderson — November 26, 2009 @ 1:15 am

    I’m older than you and I haven’t gotten any of those invites.

    The AARP must be reading my blog and not yours :-)

  2. Alan K. Henderson — November 26, 2009 @ 1:16 am

    Scratch that – I didn’t pay attention to the author’s name. I’m older than His Venemous Majesty, but still a year away from 50.

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