National Seniors Council National Director Carole Rhodes recently spent the day on Capitol Hill hand-delivering your “Seniors Against Obamacare” petitions to key lawmakers in the House of Representatives.
“We chose the Congressmen on the most influential Committees in the fight to repeal Obamacare,” stated Rhodes. “I think everyone in America now realizes that this program not only steals billions of dollars from Medicare, a program that seniors desperately rely on, but also significantly limits options to the Medicare Advantage plans,” continued Rhodes. “This system has failed miserably and seniors will no longer tolerate it.”
Thank you to all National Seniors Council members and supporters who participated in our national “Seniors Against Obamacare” petition drive. Your voices were heard on Capitol Hill and this battle will not be over until Obamacare is repealed and seniors get the health care options and value they deserve.
The National Seniors Council (NSC) recently released the results of its 2018 National “Goodbye Medicare” Survey. This comprehensive survey gauges the interest and sentiments of NSC’s members and supporters on pressing issues that face them on a daily basis.
“Once again, this comprehensive survey shows that the members of The National Seniors Council overwhelmingly support standing up to big government and protecting Social Security from Congress, particularly Medicare,” explains NSC National Director, Carole Rhodes. “We are pleased that our members’ priorities are exactly in line with the issues we have been pursuing.”
The complete results of the survey were sent to the entire House of Representatives and Senate, as well as all major media outlets and the White House. A representative sample of 7,492 NSC members participated in this year’s research effort. That means the survey includes many more respondents than a typical political poll conducted by the news media.
“Every year The National Seniors Council surveys its members on the critical issues of the day,” continued Rhodes. “We have found that our members and supporters use this vehicle to have their voices heard on Capitol Hill, and we are more than happy to support their efforts.”