Fair Tax Nation

Replace All Federal Taxes on Income with the Fair Tax Act , HR 25 and S 18

Seniors for Fair Tax


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: Oct 14, 2014

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Comment by Dave Sibole on July 28, 2009 at 8:55pm
Sorry. Here is a hot link. 60 Plus Association
Comment by Dave Sibole on July 28, 2009 at 8:51pm
I just learned of a group that is the conservative equivalent (sort of, they don't offer all of the by-products) of AARP. Their biggest issue is abolishing the death tax. I just sent them an email asking if they endorse the H.R. 25/S296 and am awaiting a response from them. I think it would be good if they had a lot of inquiries and get some dialog going with them. You may want to join. It doesn't cost anything although like all organizations they need money to operate. The organization has 30,000 plus members it is 60 Plus Association. Here is a link to their website http://www.60plus.org/default.asp Their contact info is:

60 Plus Association
515 King Street
Suite 315
Alexandria, Virginia 22314
(703) 807-2070
(703) 807-2073 fax
Comment by Nancy L. Gatchel on July 7, 2009 at 12:47pm
Be sure to read the new discussion added by Jim Tomasik. Article from AARP asks if it's time for the Fair Tax. Please comment on the AARP site. This article indicates a step in the right direction.
Comment by Billie on June 8, 2009 at 9:55am
Way to go Mike. At our last meeting it was suggested to contact 3 people at a time to educated them on FairTax. Just think of it if the FairTax Nation people each month invited 3 people just to join FairTax Nation we soon would get our 50,000 members. Keep up the good work. It takes all of us to get this bill passed. We need letter writers, phone caller, and just plan old talkers to get the message out.
Comment by Marco "Mike" Billante on May 25, 2009 at 1:58pm
I have just looked at this group for the first time today and was amused by some of the comments about AARP. Although it is true that they are a liberal leaning group nationally, I have found that the majority of the individual members that I have met are very conservative in their fiscal views. I joined my local chapter for the express purpose of educating individuals about the Fair Tax and have been successful in signing eight members with more each meeting asking me pertinent questions. In fact, I am scheduled to give a presentation to the group at one of the first meeting in the Fall.
Comment by Cindy on May 24, 2009 at 2:52pm
This is a really good site with a lot of information about local and federal officials. Anything you want to know from how they voted to their address.

Comment by Cindy on May 24, 2009 at 11:53am
This is from the 912 site about cap-and-trade. If you want to make calls or send a "your fired" notice the names are listed below. The spending has got to stop and cap-and-trade will only cause industry to charge us more if they have to pay higher taxes!

Key Energy and Commerce Committee who need to hear from grassroots

Rep. Michael Ross (AR) 202-225-3772
Rep. Charlie Melancon (LA) 202-225-4031
Rep. G. Butterfield (NC) 202-225-3101
Rep. Zack Space (OH) 202-225-6265
Rep. Michael Doyle (PA) 202-225-2135
Rep. Bart Gordon (TN) 202-225-4231
Rep. Charles Gonzalez (TX) 202-225-3236
Rep. Gene Green (TX) 202-225-1688
Rep. James Matheson (UT) 202-225-3011
Rep. Rick Boucher (VA) 202-225-3861
Rep. Peter Welch (VT) 202-225-4115
Rep. Jay Inslee (WA) 202-225-6311

+ + Talking Points

1. I am disappointed that Rep. Waxman is rushing the 1,000-page
cap-and-trade Carbon Tax through the Energy and Commerce
Committee this week.

2. This bill deserves full deliberation and should not be rushed.

3. I oppose the cap-and-trade Carbon Tax. This is an outrageous
power grab by the federal government that will greatly expand
government control and increase my taxes.

4. Especially in these difficult economic times, Congress must
not pass this tax on the American people!
Comment by Cindy on May 24, 2009 at 11:42am
I have address labels for the ones I am sending to and the ones I send to on a regular basis. That's the easiest way to do the mailings. I am going to run off a plain copy from the "your fired" site and then take pink paper to a copier and have them run off. It is probably as cheap as using my printer ink!
Comment by Billie on May 24, 2009 at 10:11am
The Dayton, OH area has a printer that is selling "You're Fired" red post cards plus a shirt. Contact Barbara Wllson (bgw366@woh.rr.com) for details. Billie in Beavercreek
Comment by Cindy on May 24, 2009 at 9:07am
Virginia, go to this site and you can see what the pink slips are about. Sorry it took awhile to figure out where I had seen it! http://www.yourefired.org/

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