Major Seniors Associations Leaders Support Trump-Pence

trump-penceWASHINGTON, DC, Oct 13 – Liberal Democrats are frantically seeking to disrupt the momentum that the Trump-Pence ticket has made thus far, but the fact remains that support for the Republican challengers in the 2016 Presidential Elections is critical in the task of revitalizing America’s economic strength and vitality, national defense, homeland security and strong international leadership.  Thus the leaders of the three major seniors groups that represent older Americans seeking to hold fast to the legacies of our Founding Fathers have joined together to pledge their support for the ticket, independently of the organizations they created.

“Yes, Mr. Trump and Mr. Pence are challengers because they seek to overcome the specter of another four years of Barak Obama’s drift toward socialist ideologies that have weakened America and sown discontent and disharmony over the past eight years.  Our aim, as is that of these contenders, is to reinvigorate the country and assuage the fears that have become a debilitating force among our citizens,” Jim Martin, Dan Weber and Mark Wingate said in a joint statement issued today.

60 Plus Founder and Chairman Jim Martin said, “The election of Donald Trump and Mike Pence is critical for the economic and National security future of our Nation. We have undergone over the last eight years an unprecedented “nanny” agenda of the Obama Administration whose actions have caused unprecedented increases in taxes, spending and job killing regulations. Trump-Pence are change. Clinton-Kaine are status quo.  Some 76 percent of seniors think the Nation is going in the wrong direction, and 63 percent are dissatisfied with Mr. Obama’s policy and reject four more years of the same.  Mr. Trump evokes the spirit of exceptionalism, patriotism and free enterprise of Ronald Regan.  Seniors vote in larger numbers than others and have voted Republican in the past three Presidential races. We need to encourage seniors to think about the difference seniors can and will male in this election cycle as well.  Working with our spokesman, legendary entertainer Pat Boone, I will do everything I can to reach out to our millions of men and women who are 60 Plus supporters.”

AMAC Founder and President Dan Weber said, “Americans – young, middle aged, maturing and elderly –are desperate for strong national leadership by a President who will genuinely take action to arrest the decline that is occurring under the Obama Administration and would only continue under a Hillary Clinton regime. The next President will appoint at least two new Justices to the Supreme Court and they are our only hope to keep the America we love. Our Social Security programs are in deep trouble unless structurally corrected – and Mr. Trump has said he would “Guarantee Social Security!”  A Trump Presidency may be our last chance to save our country. (Note: Dan is speaking as an individual not as president of AMAC which does not endorse candidates)

American Seniors Association President Mark Wingate said, ““Representing strictly conservative values and policies that protect the well-being of our Nation’s great seniors, the American Seniors Association proudly supports the Constitution and the Republican ticket for the next President and Vice President of the United States of American, Donald J Trump & Mike Pence. Our Nation as a whole and generations to come can ill-afford a Hillary Clinton presidency that will only continue the quiet stifling of the American people’s vitality and making us an international joke among the our adversaries.  Her record in international affairs is one of hollow accomplishments – sound and fury signifying nothing – coupled with a history of devious manipulation, misleading rhetoric, lies, and cover-up for self-enrichment using the public trust to further personal financial and power-hungry ends.”

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4 years ago

I totally agree. It would be hypocritical of me to also deny the fact that I, as a man haven’t heard this kind of “locker room banter”. Obviously, never taking what one suggests in this childish talk among the guys seriously. This election is much too important to go on a tangent and boycott Mr. Trump. The U.S. Supreme Court is in balance, the 1st and 2nd Amendments are going to be targeted and modified, our borders which will eventually (and is now threatening our national sovereignty), the national economy, JOBS, JOBS, JOBS, helping the African American and Hispanic communities, helping the coal miners and natural gas industries, discussion on initiating term limits of politicians on both sides. No question about it, I’m voting for Mr. Trump. Clinton’s lack of trustworthiness, honesty, integrity and the fact that she has also stated that she will appoint her husband (former POTUS), Bill Clinton to help run the office, and the important fact that she has affirmed that if elected, as POTUS she will open the borders of the U.S. and naturalize the 30 – 40 million illegals who are “hiding in the shadows”, does not make me feel “warm and fuzzy” to say the least.

Bob F
4 years ago

I do not particularly like Trump. But I can not stand H. Clinton and do not trust her. She was fired as a legislative aide when she was 28 (not sure of her age then, you can look it up on the internet), for unethical behaviour. What has changed about her behaviour and her level of integrity? If anything she has gotten worse, now she sells influence on a large scale. What will she do when she has the power of the Presidency behind her? That scares me! Yes Trump is not always the most thoughtful speaker, and perhaps he has engaged in “locker room talk” but what man hasn’t at one time or another. As a man I admit to making similar comments when having a few drinks in the bar with the guys, they were never serious or acted upon, but yet I still made inappropriate comments. We must remember we are not electing a single man but an administration, with many advisors. He is certainly not perfect, but he is the best choice we have.

John H Watson
5 years ago

When voting think the following…3 U.S. Supreme Court Justices for the next President….

Nancy Luckhurst
5 years ago

I will never vote for this man. Not ever.

5 years ago

Nancy, look up all the presidents who have had sex scandals and rumors others. Trump is not unique and may or may not be any worse than them or other elected politicians. I am not trivializing the accusations & have never liked him as a person but unless something changes he is the Republican candidate. I am more concerned about the future of this country. Hillary will take us into Communism/Socialism and we will no longer be a Sovereign nation.

I Told You So
5 years ago

Yes he is a big jerk- but look at his first appointment. Mike Pence is a level headed, intelligent and well respected gentleman.
I said a prayer that you would ignore his sins and big mouth and hold your nose and vote for him.

Michael Hogan
4 years ago


Rex Whitmer
4 years ago

Which man? You will however vote for Mrs. Pant Suits? Pity. Trump never raped anyone. Clinton didn’t rape anyone other than the government she served. Her Husband however did rape several and those whom complained felt the fury of Mrs. Clinton’s rage! She has also coerced severy women whom don’t know Trump at all to come up and tell a false story (they will be rewarded of course) that cannot be in anyway verified. She likes killing babies before they’re born. She probably had something todo with Vince Foster’s death and several others. And you like HER better than Trump. You are either very young or very foolish.

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