Iran's friends at AARP

Thomas Lifson
If AARP's support of ObamaCare wasn't enough to convince you that this tax-exempt nonprofit organization is really just another part of the extreme left apparatus, an article in the latest issue of the AARP Bulletin should do the trick. AARP is actually shilling for the Mullahs' regime, painting a warm and fuzzy picture of them. "Iranian Cure for the Delta's Blues" is the title, and the Cliff Notes version of the contents is roughly:

Iran funds a health clinics in an impoverished area of Mississippi and provides staff.



It doesn't seem to occur to the desperate townsfolk or the author of the article that Iran lacks any altruistic motives. But the Iranians seem to have seized upon yet another vulnerable demographic to spread their cancer.

AARP is a friend to America's enemy.

If AARP's support of ObamaCare wasn't enough to convince you that this tax-exempt nonprofit organization is really just another part of the extreme left apparatus, an article in the latest issue of the AARP Bulletin should do the trick. AARP is actually shilling for the Mullahs' regime, painting a warm and fuzzy picture of them. "Iranian Cure for the Delta's Blues" is the title, and the Cliff Notes version of the contents is roughly:

Iran funds a health clinics in an impoverished area of Mississippi and provides staff.



It doesn't seem to occur to the desperate townsfolk or the author of the article that Iran lacks any altruistic motives. But the Iranians seem to have seized upon yet another vulnerable demographic to spread their cancer.

AARP is a friend to America's enemy.