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Seniors for Fair Tax

AARP recognizes anyone over 50 for its membership so this group is for those 50 and older. We can explore ideas to lobby senior organizations for support.

Members: 34
Latest Activity: Jun 20, 2013

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Comment by Virginia Kelly on May 24, 2009 at 8:20am
What is the "pink slip" project ?
Virginia
Comment by Cindy on May 24, 2009 at 7:46am
I am going to take part in the "pink slip" project in July. Sending a pink slip to everyone in DC and local that keeps voting for continued spending. Everyone needs to let their local politicians know they work for us and we "will fire them"! Just add a comment about the FAIRTAX to the pink slip.
Comment by Cindy on May 24, 2009 at 7:37am
Believe me I do! Hagan is a waste of time though on just about every issue...honestly, I don't even bother with her any more. I will be soooo happy to vote her out of office. If Calif. would go to the FairTax maybe they wouldn't be asking us to bail them out!
Comment by Tony on May 23, 2009 at 10:45pm
Well Cindy....when calling Washington and writing letters....just add it in there...;)
P.S. GET THE FAIRTAX PASSED!!!

Two birds, one stamp ;)
Comment by Cindy on May 23, 2009 at 6:51pm
I wish there wasn't so much going on in Washington right now so we could pay more attention to the FairTax. I have been so busy with letters and emails about everything else that the FairTax has been on the back burner. I still work and so there is only so much I can do. Spreading the word and making donations is about the extent of it for now. Keep up the good work and I will be praying for us all.
Comment by Billie on May 23, 2009 at 5:41pm
Welcome Catherine we need your help. Anyone else that is interested in joining, it is not necessary to be a member of AARP. Catherine what would you like to do?
Comment by Catherine M. Oary on May 23, 2009 at 8:20am
I am 50 years old and a member of AARP, I think we all have a lot to offer this group and I am looking forward to being a part.
Comment by Billie on April 19, 2009 at 6:51am
Hi James just a suggestion on how to start a group. I would start with a few of my friends and neighbors at the local library or if you live in a senior center you probably have a club house. You can go to "groups" and check your State to see if there is anyone in your local area, invite them to be your friend then invite them to your meeting. Or you can go to "members", put your State (FL) in the search box and find friends to invite to your meeting. If they are on FairTax Nation they should be interested. Good Luck. Be sure to contact your FairTax State Director, he/she should be listed on your State Group. Billie in Beavercreek
Comment by James Russell on April 5, 2009 at 4:53pm
Hey friends... I am not 65 yet but I am planning to be there soon. I hope you will accept me and would like you to compare Obama's plan for me and those who are making less than 50K a year... in Florida in Alcee Hastings District, I would like to start Seniors In FairTax Group... or S I F T. And trust me, getting 1,000 should be easy using the power of ten plan... but selling the Motorcycle Rally might be entertaining enough for us older folk... Also canvassing in my town requires a permit I believe... any thoughts about door to door?
Pretty soon I might start the Old Blue Hearts Group... cause I like the logo I designed... LOL (Laughing out Loud) ... later.
Comment by Dave Fouser on March 24, 2009 at 12:53pm
We who remember back "in the good old days" (for me, the 40's, 50's, and 60's) can to some extent, identify with the current "experts" who rebelled against authority, "dropped out", etc. though others graduated, fought in Vietnam (for the red, white, and blue), returned to earn advanced degrees, and used same for a number of years, reared families (some of us rearing grandkids), and now need to challenge ourselves and others to "finish well!!".
Relative to the "Made in the USA", Ohio and the Midwest was the most productive region of the world - we now wear the label of "the rust belt." Time indeed to return to the principles that made us great! Dave.
 

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