Fox News host Neil Cavuto slammed AARP for entering the mutual fund marketplace after opposing President George W. Bush's proposal to invest Social Security funds in the stock market, calling the organization "hypocritical." 

AARP Vice President of Investment Services Nancy Smith defended the 36 million-member elder American advocacy group.

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