AARP leaders too often out of touch with reality
The Hawaii president of AARP wrote in a Nov. 25 letter of the benefits of the new Affordable Care Act.
Perhaps he should contact the writer of the first letter on the same day regarding his experiences with the ACA and explain how he and his wife won’t have to pay more than $5,000 a year extra and will have to give up their choice of primary physician.
As a life member of AARP, I find that the leaders of AARP far too often don’t choose to face reality about Social Security and ACA and have a entitlement attitude in regard to how much it costs taxpayers.
L. David Taylor