Editorial Cartoon: Mitt Romney turns 65
Former Governor and current GOP Presidential Candidate Mitt Romney turned 65 this week proclaiming that he would not enroll for Social Security payments or Medicare.
For those unfamiliar, AARP is an organization in the States that has huge interest group focusing on those above 50 on age related issues. It was formerly known as the American Association of Retired Persons. Historically in the U.S. the retirement age has been 65 though you can get your AARP card which offers discounts on travel, restaurants etc long before that age. In fact I knew a 30 year old once who had her card. I guess all you need to do is send in your money and boom, there it is.
Oh and Denny’s is a national chain of restaurants that specializes in breakfast food.