Hey AARP...

Tuesday, August 18, 2009



As a disclaimer, I have worked for the past 15 years for a non-profit, non-partisan organization which has over a million members. As both a member and an employee, our national organization has always been adamant that we adhere to our congressional charter. We do not endorse any candidates for office, either directly or indirectly, as we are acutely aware that the employees and members of our organization come from all political backgrounds, nor do we endorse legislative initiatives that run counter to our congressional charter. We have to remain apolitical in that regard, or we will face the problems that AARP is now facing.

AARP really has no one to blame but themselves for this massive loss of membership. It stands to reason that if you go against the very reason for your existence then you shall and will lose members. Any organization worth their salt would be adverse to angering their membership, thus avoiding the lose of dues, but apparently AARP just doesn't get it.

Hence one more reason when I become eligible for AARP membership, I will decline their invitation. In other words...thanks AARP, but no thanks.

4 comments:

Elvis August 18, 2009 at 6:02 PM  

I never planned on joining. They are a bunch of old folks. I'm only fitty years young.

They will keep losing membership if they back the Obamicorn's fairy dust program, and well they should! The Cash for Geezers program goes agin their charter, as I unnerstanit.

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Melissa In Texas August 18, 2009 at 6:27 PM  

Only way top hurt them, is hit 'em in the bank accounts!
That is the way to do it.

DammitWomann August 19, 2009 at 10:07 PM  

Oh. I am waaaay tooooo young for AARP. I won't have to think about them for years......

Besides, MiTX will give me all the details when she joins.

LOL

Guy S August 25, 2009 at 12:07 AM  

There is always the ASA

Granted, they are not the end all and be all, but seem to be much more in tune with us folk in "fly over country". And there is no age requirement.

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