Thursday, May 20, 2010

Epic Weiner Fail: Goldline Has A+ BBB Rating

Sniveling Democrat punk Anthony Weiner decided to spend taxpayer money "investigating" Glenn Beck and one of his sponsors, Goldline International, this week, and naturally his media aides jumped right on board in the latest pathetic attempt at smearing Beck. In retaliation Beck has started up a website goofing on the hapless Weiner. Talk about opening the door into your own face.

Weiner's attack has prompted low-rated cable hacks clearly envious of Beck to become completely unglued. As a commenter at Mediaite notes:
In the interest of full disclosure, Keith Olbermann should mention that anyone who took Glenn Beck’s advice and bought gold has made a bundle of money since Obama got elected. And they will continue to make money on gold, since Obama seems determined to destroy the US dollar and bankrupt the country. Gold hit an all time high last week, and looks to be heading higher.

Price of Gold when was Obama was elected = $750 per ounce
Price of Gold now = $1210 per ounce

Not many investments have increased in value since the Great Leader took over. But this one — whose rise is a sign of the destruction of the US economy — has been a big winner. As a result, Beck is looking a lot smarter than Olbermann right now. And the fellow who looks really clueless is sitting in the Oval Office.
Of course the blind hatred for Beck has clearly clouded the judgment of the desperate Weiner, and the most basic of research should have clued him into this most salient fact: Goldline has an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau. Now if this company was so horrible, you'd expect them to have a lot of unhappy customer, no? Well, here's the number of complaints Goldline has received in the past three years:
No. of Cmpl Type of Response
9 Making a full refund, as the consumer requested
3 Making a partial refund
24 Agreeing to perform according to their contract
0 Refusing to make an adjustment
7 Refuse to adjust, relying on terms of agreement
0 Unanswered
0 Unassigned
43 Total
Do you suppose if this Democrat Congress were a business they would have an A+ rating? Uh, doubtful.

Weiner needs to be taken before the House Ethics Committee and be questioned as to why he's attacking and smearing a company with an A+ rating and why he's spending taxpayer money going after Glenn Beck.

H/T Lachlan Markey.

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