from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- abbreviation American Association of Retired Persons
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- proper noun Initialism of American Association of Retired Persons.
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- noun an association of people to promote the welfare of senior citizens
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Taking the words "retired persons" out of the title AARP is one thing.
Continuing its shrill campaign to bully politicians into cutting Social Security and silence opponents to its position, on November 5th the editorialized against what it called AARP's "thuggish behavior" identifying what its editorial board described as "a new round of self-centered, shortsighted intransigence on the part of AARP and its fellow don't-touch-my-benefits purists."
He also said AARP is NOT supporting any of the Obama bills - watch the interview!
AARP is desperately trying to inform seniors against a GOP ad.
The 60 Plus Association, a Virginia-based group that bills itself as a conservative alternative to AARP, is running ads in at least three Florida districts held by Democrats, including Suzanne Kosmas and Alan Grayson.
AARP is the biggest scam ever pulled off on the American people.
It seems like either AARP is not up to speed, or has sipped the Kool Aid …
Obama's claim that AARP is on board his Health plan?
This website from the AARP is funny until, like so many other attempts at comedy in the political arena, it gets bogged down in strained sanctimony.
I won't go into AMA's position in this - but what are you talking about when you claim AARP is making "huge profits at the expense of seniors and families?"