AMAC's membership has been growing rapidly since recent inception and is quickly overtaking registered members of AARP. Citizens of 50 (which include the 'boomer' generation) may be the most influential voter block in the 2012 elections and in later years as concerns about Medicare, Social Security, prescription medication costs and long-term support of seniors and their daily lives remains serious issues for older citizens. AMAC's popularity has been drawing new membership from all political walks of life while AARP has seemingly been tilting towards the liberal agenda of the left and Obamacare, which has been cited to likely cost seniors more money in the form of higher medical expenses and fewer options when choosing doctors.
It is clear that someone or some organization wants to either make a statement, such as "we can shut down anyone who get's in our way" or to limit and minimize the burgeoning popularity of AMAC and its mission to provide a less radical and more partisan solution to AARP. The exact time AMAC's website went down isn't known yet, but occurred sometime during the early evening hours Wednesday night. A request for more information on the matter has been sent to AMAC for further comment.
This is an original breaking story by SilentSender.com.
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