If AARP were truly interested in representing their members to Washington, they would provide a link to express approval or disapproval of what is proposed. Furthermore, they would provide email feedback from members rather than their archaic "call me or send me a letter" method of reaching them. I suspect they remain in the dark ages of communication because it allows them to limit and ignore feedback from members.
My wife and I are fed up with being led around like sheep by this one-sided group that purports to represent the best interests of retired persons. We are canceling our memberships and hope that other like-minded AARP members will join us in becoming former AARP members.
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