Apr 22, 2014

Letter to Hobby Lobby CEO and Reminder About AARP

As you know, Hobby Lobby has taken their case against Obamacare (Affordable Care Act) to the US Supreme Court because the healthcare system does not allow opt-out clauses for things like contraceptives. The business is family run and are clearly Christians. They have been supported by the Church leadership, Cardinal Timothy Dolan, who has stated:
Is the ability to buy contraceptives, that are now widely available — my Lord, all you have to do is walk into a 7-11 or any shop on any street in America and have access to them — is that right to access those and have them paid for, is that such a towering good that it would suffocate the rights of conscience? 

This court case is being scrutinized by the public.
The following is my letter to in reference to an email concerning the family, business, and employees encouraging and praising them for their fight against a government that refuses to limit itself in accordance to the US Constitution:
I have appropriately thanked Mr. Wildmon, Mr. Green (Hobby Lobby) in my own words; to encourage his fight to exercise the First Amendment. While all amendments, except the 16th Amendment, are important, without the first two all other amendments will be meaningless.
And I also want to thank you, Joan, for passing this on to me. This has made this Easter more meaningful. It is a sad state of affairs indeed, when a citizen, business establishment, must await the decision of Supreme Court jurists in order to exercise freedom of religion that is clearly declared in the 1st Amendment. But then, it took a Supreme Court decision to tell tyrants and progressive socialists that the 2nd Amendment means what it states.
Easter blessings to you and your family.
Back in 2009, a letter was written to AARP, an organization that is supposed to look out for and lobby for against Washington bureaucracy. It concerned AARP's announcement that it was supporting BH Obama in the presidential campaign in 2008 and in 2009, his Affordable Care Act. Membership was lost once citizens realized what the Obamacare program entailed and protested against AARP, who ignored its membership - except when it came for payment of dues.
Thus, as it continues today, membership has decreased drastically because people realized the AARP was only for making profit, which superceded any help for seniors. In their magazine, their articles are written primarily in the views of progressive socialist, and the people they interview from Hollywood are the same progressive pro-Obama crowd. I closed my membership with a letter of explanation in 2009.
This is just a reminder that AARP has not changed their policy and it is too late and any "discounts" or specials for seniors can be obtained by several other sources without the "middle-man" of AARP. Seniors are going to be thrown under the bus when Obamacare program goes full circle; and as you probably already know - productive people in society, the middle- and upper-class, are going to bite the bullet when it comes to paying the bill for everyone else. Instead of the promised $2,000 savings per year on premiums, the premiums are going to be or already is higher than paying before Obamacare. In addition, people have already lost the policies they hold or are about to. 
AARP has been using seniors long enough and it is time they are put out of business. If you are a member, drop it. If you have policies through them, transfer them - unless you are going to lose money spent, of course.
It is time that those who lie to and cheat the public, whether businesses or politicians, pay for their dishonest transgressions.

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