AARP uses member resources to advocate same-sex marriage and special rights for immoral behavior
Part of their membership fees or profits used to advocate same-sex marriage, homosexual adoption, repeal of “don’t ask, don’t tell” military policy and special rights for immoral behavior.
September 19, 2011
AARP uses member resources to advocate same-sex marriage and pro-homosexual military policy.
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Page 38 of the July/August AARP bulletin contained an article titled “Pride Is Ageless” which announced AARP’s plans for “advocacy efforts in the LGBT arena.”
Above photo posted from AARP pride page.
The article stated “AARP has created a new online home for the older lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community.” The page links to news stories on such hot topics as same-sex marriage, gay adoption and the repeal of the military’s ‘don’t ask, don’t tell’ policy, as well as articles on personal finance, travel and other issues of interest. In addition, the site clarifies AARP’s positions and advocacy efforts in the LGBT arena. Check out the page at aarp.org/pride. You may read this new AARP section for yourself by clicking here.
Please forward this article to anyone that you know who may be an AARP member including friends whose parents or grandparents may be members and encourage them to consider cancelling their membership, otherwise their money may be used to promote the homosexual political agenda.
AARP members who would like to cancel their membership and receive a refund for their unused membership time may do so by:
- Sending an email to email@example.com with name, address, date of birth and membership number and request to cancel. Please make sure that an email confirmation of cancellation is received within two days.
- Call 1-888-687-2277 with membership number in hand and follow the automatic prompts.
- Log onto https://mss.aarp.org/mss_idmbr.html with membership number in hand, complete the form and follow the “continue” buttons to cancel.
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