Ole Bubba and I were tooting along the highway and heard an radio advertisement claiming that Obama had cloven hooves or some damn thing. It was advertising a website called thirdterm4.com. (Don’t go there yet.)
The theme of this website is that President Obama is preparing to take over the country and run for another term. I mean, face it, what could be worse than that? Marco Rubio and Chris Christie are certainly the answer to America’s prayers. Okay, maybe not Rubio because he’s kinda brown.
Anyway, if you’re reading this on a smart phone or your iPad, it’s safe to click this now, and you will be taken to the website to read 14,509 words this guy has written. If you’re on a PC, you will get a redirect to his voice reading you those 14,509 words. There is a trick to help. Right click your mouse, hit reload, and this screen comes up —
Click STAY ON PAGE, and he will shuddup and let you read.
Okay, you can click now. ThirdTerm4.com
You do not have to read very far to realize that this is one crazy sumbitch.
And that he wants to sell you something. He wants you to subscribe to his financial newsletter for $99. And, hell, he’s taking a loss on that reduced price.
Even so, I want to make sure that everyone – literally everyone – in America has access to this information. It generally costs me about $70 or $80 to acquire and then service my customers. So, by pricing my work at less than $99 I’m taking a chance that I might actually lose money by selling you this information.
I don’t care. I’ve made plenty of money. Even if I do lose money – even a lot of money – on this deal I don’t care. It’s worth it to me to make sure that you’re informed. That you have the information you need to make smart and safe investments in this coming oil boom.
Whadda guy! After he’s scared the crap outta you about the black guy, he’s willing to lose money helping you get rich because it’s worth it!
I want you to meet this great guy Porter Stansberry. In 2007, he was fined $1.5 million after a bench trial against the SEC concerning … oh, you know it … fraud.
The SEC had accused the defendants of fraud concerning a “Special Report” authored by Stansberry, using the pseudonym ‘Jay McDaniel’, about publicly-listed uranium enrichment services provider USEC, Inc. and a promotional “Super Insider Tip Email” offering the Special Report for sale that was distributed on May 14, 2002, after which Pirate Investor sold 1,217 reports for $1,000 each.
Porter Stansberry is a snake oil salesman and crook defrauding people who are scared of Barack Obama.
If that ain’t a win-win, I don’t know what is.