AARP has a message for President Obama: Stop using us to score political points.
Obama cited the nonpartisan senior lobby twice in Wednesday's debate when arguing against Mitt Romney's Medicare proposals.
remarks prompted a polite statement from AARP Senior Vice President
John Hishta asking candidates to refrain from mentioning the group.
"AARP has never consented to the use of its name by any candidate or political campaign," Hishta said.
is a nonpartisan organization, and we do not endorse political
candidates nor coordinate with any candidate or political party." (Continues)