by Gerry Hafer –
U.S. Congressman Daniel Webster, Representing the 10th District of Florida, received a first-hand look at AMAC’s plan for ensuring the long-term viability of America’s Social Security program. AMAC’s Founder and President Dan Weber provided Rep. Webster and members of his staff an overview of a proposed legislative prototype designed to address Social Security’s fundamental problems. The AMAC approach, Weber stressed in the conference, would pave the way for a long-term solution to what many sources describe as Social Security’s impending bankruptcy.
Weber reported that AMAC’s prototype has been steadily gaining major support in Congress, and invited Rep. Webster’s review of its detailed components and assumptions. The Congressman expressed interest in examining the document, thanking Weber and AMAC for the effort put forth to solve the Social Security dilemma.
While touring the Lady Lake office, Rep. Webster and his staff members also reviewed AMAC’s history and its vision for America. The Congressman and his staff viewed AMAC’s recently-implemented Social Security-focused website, www.SocialSecurityReport.org, described by Weber as a service to inform, educate, and update viewers on Social Security developments and breaking news.
Congressman Webster also learned about AMAC’s delivery of nearly 200,000 member petitions calling for the repeal of Obama-care to members of Congress, as well as AMAC’s progress toward establishment of a Foundation dedicated to Social Security-related education and support for Americans.