October 2, 2013
Yes, this was actually Chuck Muth’s first choice for a website header. No wonder he creeps out most female candidates.
How much could an aspiring future ex-client of Chuck Muth’s expect to pay for can’t miss, proven, nuts-n-bolts political advice? Maybe $1,000 ? How about only $500? Act right now and you will pay just $19!
But wait! Crazy Chuck has lost his mind! He is going to give you this repackaged, free if you google “GOPAC winning elections”, for the unheard of price of only ONE DOLLAR!!!
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October 2, 2013
Honestly, you can not make this stuff up. Once again Nevada’s perpetual political parasite, Chuck Muth has incriminated himself while trying to make a buck (literally) by pawning off somebody else’s work.
There he goes again. Hey, Chuck, passing off GOPAC’s work as your own (even with a halfhearted disclaimer) is still L-A-M-E.
This most recent incident takes place on Chuck’s ‘campaign doctor’ website where Chuck is trying to sell would-be political candidates his “Winner’s Circle” campaign package for only a “$19 monthly investment”.
Too bad for Chuck he inadvertently admits that his “proven system” is nothing more than repackaged GOPAC information that any aspiring politico could get for free by going straight to the source.
September 17, 2013
It is absolutely laughable that a guy who has helped derail his own clients campaigns, and in fact LOST when running for elected office himself, would try and charge nearly $6 for a four page article on “How to Win an Election”.
Honestly you can not make this stuff up. Not surprisingly Chuck Muth’s Amazon ebook appears to have had ZERO sales since it was listed for sale. And it was listed on July 28th… of 2005!
If reader feedback is a reflection of sales, then Chuck has none. Wonder why?
Chuck Muth, Amazon loser too. Go figure.
There’s no question that Chuck Muth fancies himself as a political consulting genius, after all he is charging nearly $1.50 per page. Just think if J.K. Rowling were as delusional as Chuck Muth she could charge $480 for each copy of Harry Potter!
What next Chuck? Are you going to try and sell a bridge?