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I've been an AARP member for over 20 years; and I volunteer for AARP. But I'm very disappointed in the partisan political viewpoints and story editing I've noticed lately. The October/November AARP magazine has an article that purports to explain the myths about Medicare and the ACA. Myth 2, according to you, talks about Medicare Advantage, a program that's very important to many seniors. You dismiss the concern that Advantage plan might be cut by saying '...aims to bring costs back into line...' The ACA's efforts to do this will certainly result in insurance companies deciding not to offer Medicare Advantage, or increase the premiums they charge, so your dismissive (and very brief) article on this is unfair and reflects the bias which AARP has recently demonstrated in supporting the ACA by even allowing it's name to be associated with political advertising on this issue. It's not the mission of AARP to lobby for or against a political position - you should limit yourself to explaining the points. Please!