Focused on the provision of choices, information, and services, the American Seniors Association is devoted to helping Americans live healthier and wealthier lives. The American Seniors Association is often considered “the conservative alternative to the AARP.”
Unlike the AARP, the American Seniors Association (ASA) provides its members with the tools and information needed to speak on their own. Why should you trust someone to speak for you when you can do it yourself?
Thousands of Americans are joining the ASA each year. They choose the ASA because its benefits offer more choices in the way of Medicare, and insurance. Other benefits include prescription discounts, travel services, auto club, and information on where to find the facts.
The American Seniors Association doesn’t believe that the government taxes and regulates “things.” Rather it is the belief of the ASA that the government regulates and taxes “people.” It’s because of this philosophy that the ASA strives to treat its members as individuals united for better values in services that they need.
Join the American Seniors Association today for just $15 for the whole year. You can even add your spouse for absolutely free.
A Note from Dick Morris:
“I’m proud to be associated with the American Seniors Association and want to encourage you to continue your support of this conservative organization. Being an active member of ASA may be one of the most important statements you can make in our current political environment. Believe me, it is crucial that we send a conservative message to Congress and ASA is leading the charge. Please join me in the fight by keeping your membership active! Together we can fight back against the liberal agenda of Washington. It’s important for you to tell your friends and family about the American Seniors Association and encourage them to join today.
“The AARP does not fight for the elderly, it exploits them by overcharging for insurance and lobbying - with funds from the elderly – to cut Medicare. ASA is the alternative to AARP.”