Thursday, November 01, 2012

One Reason I Don't Have Many Online Subscriptions

As a business major and recent MBA, I found myself signing up for many business-related websites. One of them was BusinessDictionary.com.

Today, I received an email from one of their sponsors, Porter Stansberry, of Stansberry Research:

Dear Reader,

Most people believe the next election is all about whether or not Obama will have a second term.


But it’s not.


The truth is, the next election has already been decided. Obama is going to win. It’s nearly impossible to beat an incumbent president.


What’s actually at stake right now is whether or not he will have a third-term.


There’s a secret to understanding how we know Obama will seek a third term. There’s a secret to how he’ll garner the power to win, yet again… and keep power through 2020 – or even beyond.


These things will change the political climate here and abroad. These new forces will increase the wealth of the United States and improve our standing in the world economy. But… in the process… they will also empower the president of the United States… perhaps enabling him to implement the most terrifying socialist policies in the history of our country.


You can access my analysis in written and presentation forms, free of charge,
here.

Sincerely,


Porter Stansberry

Founder, Stansberry Research 

Sheesh. Now both the Daily Caller and Daily Kos (no allies, mind you) call Stansberry on past and recent fraud attempts.They aren't the only ones, BTW. Which leads me to think one of two things:

  1. Business Dictionary is so desperate for cash that they'll align with this creep; or
  2. Business Dictionary doesn't vet/screen their sponsors, which is very odd considering one of the "Terms of the Day" I got from these guys dealt with ethics. 

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