Porter Sansberry’s attack on our President.

By GMU1980, February 8, 2013

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I subscribe to Stock Gumshoe for financial advice, not to be exposed
to political rants against our President. I am not interested in your political opinion. Should you continue to publish this crap, you can count me out.
From the Bronx!

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14 Comments on " Porter Sansberry’s attack on our President."

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Peter Mans
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Peter Mans
February 9, 2013 11:33 pm

I enjoy Stock Gumshoe and liked the article by Porter Stansberry about the president. Why are some people so sensitive about any criticism whatsoever of this president ? Ironically, these are the same people that were verbally brutal to President Bush for 8 years.
Not From The Bronx !

gsmullennix
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gsmullennix
February 10, 2013 9:41 am

Is someone forcing you to read it?

William Vogt
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William Vogt
February 10, 2013 2:08 pm

Who said anything about not enjoying Stock Gumshoe? I just do not think political rants from either party has a place in Stock Gumshoe. I could tell you were not from the Bronx when you wrongly assumed I was one of those who “…verbally abused President Bush for 8 years.”
From The Bronx

ededdie
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ededdie
February 10, 2013 11:13 pm

I agree here. Personally, I don’t give a toss about any american presidents ( I live in Thailand) and have got thoroughly sick of another advisory website that charges me for the annoyance of reading a political harangue from argentina every week (thinkolator?)
Focus on companies, and government policies that affect companies and earning. There is enough bull about presidents out there

johnkinfw
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johnkinfw
February 10, 2013 12:45 pm
Assuming that we are here to make money, it is in our interest to listen objectively to criticism of whomever, including and especially the president, given his ability to dramatically influence the productivity of our investments, and of our tax rates. Going back a number of years, people dubbed Ronald Reagan the “teflon president” because nothing bad stuck to him. Those folks must be rolling in their graves considering how Obama is protected from any stigma whatever, despite his incredibly bad record as president, by any measure. I appreciate the contrast to the way people criticized George W. Bush, then… Read more »
Chadwick
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Chadwick
February 10, 2013 9:37 pm

I enjoy Porter’s comments and opinions. If you don’t like his comments and observations don’t read them you moron! That is why I know I can always make money, because there are so many idiots out there like you!

William Vogt
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William Vogt
February 10, 2013 9:54 pm

Chadwick: As soon as you call somebody you disagree with a moron and idiot, you lose
the argument. Is that the same Porter who was convicted of fraud?
From The Bronx

baygreen
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February 11, 2013 3:24 am
Really nice to see all the poetic finger pointing, opinions are just that everybody has one or two or three etc. I think the Gumshoe was just putting the cards on the table you don’t have to play them nor do I think your idle threat of cancelling what you are not forced to buy or use is going to break anybody but your own stigma which does not sound very optimistic but more like a negative insecurity of what ever is above your shoulders you judge things with. There is a cure for all simply look in the mirror,… Read more »
ededdie
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ededdie
February 11, 2013 6:29 am

On the contrary, I enjoy stock gumshoe more than any other along with from motley fool. There are many arenas for enlightened political comment (I am told Fox is strong there) I am happy that presidents decide your taxes, and equally happy that they do not decide mine.

William Vogt
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William Vogt
February 11, 2013 8:36 am

Cathy: Isn’t a “negative insecurity” a positive? I get my political news from the Nation, Newsmax, National Review, etc., not from stock newsletters. Do you go to a Pizza parlor to order hot dogs?
John: I agree with you that “…it is in our interest to listen objectively to criticism…,” but Porter’s criticism was not objective. It was a rant about Our President going for a 3rd term. Apparently Porter is not familiar with the 22 Amendment to the Constitution.
From The Bronx

billharner
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billharner
February 24, 2013 10:05 am

Based on past actions, this president is aware of the Constitution but he does not feel that he is in anyway bound by it. Why do you think he has made all those executive orders ? This government feels it can decide who is the winner and loser in the free market through its legislation and funding companies with our tax dollars. Anyone who feels politics and investing are not related are not seeing things clearly.

William Vogt
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William Vogt
February 24, 2013 6:07 pm

Bill: Some of what you say makes sense, but to imply that our president has acted in an unconstitutional manner is ridiculous. If he did so, he would soon be impeached by those in Congress who are having a hard time accepting the election results. Again, I am surprised that most of the folks replying to my original email have no problem with
Stock Gumshoe accepting advertisements from a man (i.e., Porter Stansberry) who was convicted of stock fraud.
From The Bronx

dcrete@netzero.net
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dcrete@netzero.net
February 23, 2013 4:57 pm

willaim vogt:

it is not going to break anyone’s heart to ‘count youout’, just so you know.

William Vogt
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William Vogt
February 23, 2013 7:47 pm

Gayle: What is a “youout?” I am surprised that nobody seems to object to running
an advertisement by a man (i.e., Standberry) who was convicted of stock fraud.

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