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Costco Connection-Separate Problems, One Solution (Al Gore Barf)
Costco Connection ^ | Nov 2009 | Al Gore

Posted on 10/29/2009 6:28:01 PM PDT by HarleyD

As a nation, we face...

This is an excerpt. Click on link for full article to read the same old garbage. See my comment below for why this is posted.

(Excerpt) Read more at costcoconnection.com ...


TOPICS: News/Current Events
KEYWORDS: costco; globalwarming
I am really riled up at Costco. Not only did they ask Al Gore to write and put his dribble environmental piece in their November Costco Connection, but there is a subtle message from the Editor David W. Fuller on page nine which states:

Since when does this give anyone qualifications? As we saw recently, the Nobel Prize can be awarded for doing nothing. And on top of that, they ask Al Gore for an article and Glenn Beck had to pay to have his book advertised. I would encourage all Costco members to respond to this nonsense.
1 posted on 10/29/2009 6:28:02 PM PDT by HarleyD
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To: HarleyD

I respond to this nonsense by shopping at Sam’s Club.


2 posted on 10/29/2009 6:29:58 PM PDT by DuncanWaring (The Lord uses the good ones; the bad ones use the Lord.)
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To: HarleyD
That edition hit my mailbox today and went directly to the trash.
3 posted on 10/29/2009 6:30:23 PM PDT by martin_fierro (< |:)~)
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To: HarleyD

CONTACT COSTCO...

https://costco.egain.net/system/selfservice.controller?CONFIGURATION=1000&PARTITION_ID=1&CMD=STARTPAGE&USERTYPE=1&LANGUAGE=en&COUNTRY=us


4 posted on 10/29/2009 6:30:40 PM PDT by Jo Nuvark (Those who bless Israel will be blessed, those who curse Israel will be cursed. Gen 12:3)
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To: HarleyD

Wow! Glad there is not a Cosco near me. Those statements should rile up a few shoppers!


5 posted on 10/29/2009 6:31:48 PM PDT by Red_Devil 232 (VietVet - USMC All Ready On The Right? All Ready On The Left? All Ready On The Firing Line!)
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To: HarleyD

Never shopped in a Costco, but I’ll boycott them anyway if Algore is their ‘spokesmodel.’ Blech!


6 posted on 10/29/2009 6:37:12 PM PDT by Diana in Wisconsin (Save The Earth. It's The Only Planet With Chocolate.)
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To: Jo Nuvark

Thanks for the link, it saved me time sending them my pertinent piece of my mind... membership gone.
Oh, they have a link that says they do not endorse any political views... this is a parallel universe!


7 posted on 10/29/2009 6:41:07 PM PDT by elpinta (Change: check. Hope: not so much.)
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To: HarleyD

I fixed my copy.

8 posted on 10/29/2009 6:43:51 PM PDT by cabojoe
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To: HarleyD

Any businessman that touts the need for so-called climate change legislation deserves whatever happens to his business if it is enacted.

This moron needs to consider the amount of income his customers will be able to spend at his establishment after being raped by this garbage legislation that will address an invented “problem”.


9 posted on 10/29/2009 6:44:12 PM PDT by headstamp 2
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To: HarleyD

I thought I’d take my copy next time I go there and drop it off where COSTCO would have to pick it up and dispose of it. Just giving thier trash back to them .


10 posted on 10/29/2009 7:11:39 PM PDT by blastdad51 (Typical middle-aged white patriot.)
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To: HarleyD

I was FURIOUS when I got that mag. Then, elsewhere I read that Costco is now going to accept food stamps from their customers. My question: who is paying the membership fees for the customers using food stamps?

I am considering seriously that I should discontinue my membership. I also beong to Sam’s and Sam’s has more things that I need and better hours.

As for the people shopping with food stamps, Costco is not necessarily a good investment for them. THe packages are too large for the average family, take up too much room, and often are not a bargain.


11 posted on 10/29/2009 7:30:23 PM PDT by afraidfortherepublic
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To: elpinta

You are welcome. I sent them a piece of my mind as well.


12 posted on 10/29/2009 7:39:28 PM PDT by Jo Nuvark (Those who bless Israel will be blessed, those who curse Israel will be cursed. Gen 12:3)
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To: HarleyD

Al Gore drips hypocrisy.


13 posted on 10/29/2009 8:12:07 PM PDT by DTogo (High time to bring back the Sons of Liberty !!)
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To: afraidfortherepublic

Just paid my yearly membership ($100) last week. They better make the “food-stamp” people pay for their membership like my family.

I don’t care if they take food stamps as long as they don’t get a free-ride off of my membership fees. One reason we have memberships at costco and sams is to avoid all the hassle and drag of shopping elsewhere.

I hate long lines at places like Wal-Mart. If Costco ends up like them, I will stop going there, even though I do save a bunch of cash at both Sams and Costco.


14 posted on 10/29/2009 8:23:10 PM PDT by packrat35 (The problem with socialism is that you eventually run out of other peoples money.- M Thatcher)
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Costco response: --------------------------------------------------------- Dear , Thank you for your e-mail to Costco Wholesale. At times we publish articles that may be seen as controversial to some and acceptable to others. It is our policy to let our members decide what is acceptable by what they choose to read. Our member’s opinions and views on personally controversial persons or articles are always welcome and their refusal to purchase any products or read any article for personal, political, or religious reasons is respected and honored. In terms of the articles we publish in the magazine, our coverage has included – and will continue to include- everyone from Tim LaHaye to Howard Stern. Again, we rely on time for the balance and on each member’s judgment to choose what he or she wants to read. We appreciate you taking the time to share your comments with us. Thank you, Stacey Costco Wholesale Corporation --------------------------------------------------------
15 posted on 10/30/2009 6:38:51 AM PDT by elpinta (Change: check. Hope: not so much.)
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To: HarleyD
Harley - thanks for this! here's "most" of our reply to Costco:

Our membership is due up tomorrow, 31 Oct. After 18 loyal years, we are not renewing.

It's not so much that it is Al Gore on the cover of your most recent magazine or that you pander to his hypocrisy....who cares?

Nope....it is Costco's condescending, insulting attitude of pretending that anyone else has an equal play: such as Glenn Beck, as in "hey, we're fair and balanced!....gosh, we let him pay for a full page ad for his book!"

We are offended by your low opinion of our intelligence. Your utter contempt in thinking we can't tell the difference solidifies our now equally low opinion of your business practice.

Oh, on the other hand....our friends and family have a HIGH opinion of our intelligence....and now a very low opinion of Costco.

18 years? the love affair is over.

16 posted on 10/30/2009 4:12:50 PM PDT by ZinGirl
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To: cabojoe

I fixed mine too. It’s in the trash. So much for Algore helping the environment. His article caused a magazine to go straight to the trash, not the recycle bin. And he has not done anything for the economy either as I won’t be buying based on the ads in this issue. I did the same thing with the Michael Fox cover edition.

The editor at Costco mag needs to go, and this may be the article that puts him on the sidewalk.

And for all their talk about green, Costco has some great products. Unfortunately, they save people money, which gives those same people money to spend on trips and other carbon activities. So the management at Costco is delusional. If they really thought there was a problem, they’d raise their prices. And if the econuts are really out there like Costco thinks, why doesn’t Costco offer the Eco membership. All their eco members could pay a 10 percent fee on all purchases to help “mother earth”.


17 posted on 10/30/2009 4:48:52 PM PDT by gert1 (gert1)
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To: elpinta; All
This is the same BS they placed in their magazine. What they left off was the dig at Glenn Beck and their praise of Al Gore. Here was my reply I sent Costco yesterday:

I’m dismayed and disappointed to see Costco Connection caught up in the environmental propaganda of global warming. Paying large “carbon tax” does not solve a problem of not having enough fuel. Solar, wind and geothermal energy will not be enough. We will simply not have enough power to fuel all those electric cars unless we tap our vast reserves and follow Europe in building nuclear power plants or clean coal. Something Al Gore and the environmentalists don’t want to do. (How many nuclear plants were built while he was vice president?) There is something unseemly of environmentalists like Al Gore, touting a energy crisis while owning vast estates and flying all over the globe to promote solutions in which he stands to make billions of dollars on if implemented.

Editor David Fuller seems to justify this article by saying Costco Connection gave equal time to Glenn Beck when they allowed him to promote his book “in a full-page paid advertisement in last month’s issue”. Really??? Then he took a cheap shot in suggesting Al Gore must have more stature since he “has both a Nobel Peace Prize and the title of vice president”. Well, as we saw recently, Nobel Peace Prizes can be awarded for no reason and a nightly 2.5 million television viewing audience has far more people talking than the current vice president. I’d suggest you give Glenn Beck equal time since you promote “balance”.

18 posted on 10/30/2009 4:53:52 PM PDT by HarleyD
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To: HarleyD

I’ll not cut off my nose to spite my face. The greeter at the Costco here has a son fighting in Afghanistan and is as right wing as me. And the folks, most of them, are pretty friendly. I’ll keep shopping at Costco, but I am dying to see what repercussions this decision to put that overweight spokesperson on their cover has.

I wrote Costco Connection, and told them of my disgust, and let them know I’ll be buying things elsewhere when it makes economic senses.

And the money I save from shopping at Costco? It’ll go to causes I believe in, not to left wing lunatic causes.


19 posted on 10/30/2009 4:58:19 PM PDT by gert1 (gert1)
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To: gert1
The editor at Costco mag needs to go, and this may be the article that puts him on the sidewalk.

I shop at Costco for items that are worth the bulk quantity price/quality.

But the whole concept of a Costco "magazine" baffles me...
why would anybody want to read a Costco "magazine"???
That sounds like something that would give you brain abuse.

20 posted on 10/30/2009 5:01:45 PM PDT by Willie Green (Go Pat Go!!!)
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To: gert1

I’ll not stop shopping at Costco. But I believe it’s past time of simply rolling over on these liberals who control organizations like the AMA, AARP, and everything else. I know a number of good union workers who are conservatives but can’t/don’t speak out. I think it’s time we make our voices heard even though I suspect my letter will never see the light of day.


21 posted on 10/30/2009 5:06:18 PM PDT by HarleyD
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To: HarleyD
update to our reply from Costco:

(interesting!.....and it is my bold in the quoted text)

Thank you for your e-mail to Costco Wholesale. Thank you for sharing your opinion about our November Costco Connection Magazine cover featuring Algore. We appreciate and respect the opinion of our members.

"Algore"? from Costco? hahahahaha

22 posted on 10/30/2009 5:46:36 PM PDT by ZinGirl
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To: Jo Nuvark

this link may also help get your comments read

http://www.surveymonkey.com/s.aspx?sm=NWQs06jo9ES1XfXhpMSj3w_3d_3d


23 posted on 10/30/2009 6:36:37 PM PDT by gert1 (gert1)
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To: gert1

Costco Response to a letter from my friend...

Dear Member,

Thank you for your email to Costco Wholesale.

At times we publish articles that may be seen as controversial to some and acceptable to others. It is our policy to let our members decide what is acceptable by what they choose to read. Our member’s opinions and views on personally controversial persons or articles are always welcome and their refusal to purchase any products or read any article for personal, political, or religious reasons is respected and honored.

In terms of the articles we publish in the magazine, our coverage has included – and will continue to include- everyone from Tim LaHaye to Howard Stern. Again, we rely on time for the balance and on each member’s judgment to choose what he or she wants to read.

We appreciate you taking the time to share your comments with us.

Thank you,

Taylor
Costco Wholesale Corporation


24 posted on 10/30/2009 8:09:11 PM PDT by Jo Nuvark (Those who bless Israel will be blessed, those who curse Israel will be cursed. Gen 12:3)
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To: HarleyD
I sent an email to their editor, David Fuller.

dfuller@costco.com

I just wanted to express my disgust with your biased gushing over who, in your opinion, has more "stature", Political Scientist Al Gore, a scam artist that has been thoroughly discredited by everyone from the Filipeno scientists who had to calm a panicked populace after Gorebull Alarming washed ashore:

http://www.wnd.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=48807

to the scientists that are honest enough to admit that critical data has been cherry picked and/or ignored (have you ever set aside your professional title long enough to take a humble, unbiased effort to fact check someone who you obviously worship? On the razor thin chance that you can stop gushing long enough to read).

http://igloo.atmos.uiuc.edu/cgi-bin/test/print.sh?fm=06&fd=25&fy=1999&sm=06&sd=25&sy=2008

http://www.climateaudit.org/

You gloat that Al of Girth writes for you for free, while Glenn Beck, whose ability to uncover the truth and prove his points unafraid of challenge has earned his stature, must pay to be in The Holy Grail of Journalism, a warehouse outlet coupon book.

There's a lot bigger men than you in much smaller jobs, and as a long time member of Costco, I feel this would be an appropriate time to hand over your job to someone who puts the customers and the company before asinine political worship.

You have put one hell of a stain on a good store. Please leave.

25 posted on 10/31/2009 4:12:21 PM PDT by 4woodenboats (Bombs Away!)
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To: Jo Nuvark

I’m a little late to the party on this one, but I sent it directly to the lapdog editor who had gushed all over himself.


26 posted on 10/31/2009 4:28:18 PM PDT by 4woodenboats (tap tap tap - "The Bombing Will Begin In 5 Minutes")
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To: HarleyD

Here’s my reply to these nitwits:

The November Costco Connection with Al Gore, greatest con-man of the century, on the front cover was an affront. I have a degree in Physics and a Masters in Knowledge Management and have extensively researched and written about energy and environment topics for 15 years. Al Gore’s presence on your Connection drags Costco, a store I formerly admired, into the muck and mire of the proven unethical and corrupt man-made global warming superstition. I expected better from a store that epitomizes the tremendous benefits the free market can provide to humans. Al Gore promotes the green form of communism in which a global government, using the false crisis of man-made global warming (what a joke - the globe is cooling while CO2 increases) dictates your every purchase and action. The errors in Al gore’s science fiction slide show, An Inconvenient Truth, are cataloged here (2007)
http://scienceandpublicpolicy.org/monckton/goreerrors.html

Did you know a court in Britain found serious errors in the Al Gore slide show as well and requires a warning before it can be viewed in British schools? (2007)
http://planetgore.nationalreview.com/post/?q=NTJjYWQ5ODRhMmFhMzcxMWIxMGI2NzNmOTAxNjNjMGI=

Wake up Costco, either you are ignorant of the real motives behind the so-called ‘green’ movement or you wish to make a bed with those who despise free enterprise. Which is it?


27 posted on 11/02/2009 1:04:13 PM PST by enviros_kill (Counter the culture and the oppression of regression)
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To: HarleyD

No wonder they were featured in "Idiocracy."

28 posted on 11/02/2009 1:05:53 PM PST by dfwgator
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To: dfwgator
Feel free to leave a comment for Costco here
29 posted on 11/02/2009 3:18:09 PM PST by icwhatudo ("laws requiring compulsory abortion could be sustained under the existing Constitution"Obama Adviser)
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To: HarleyD
For all of you that echo the thought that Al Gore is a threat to business interests with his quackery, cancel your membership as I did. I sent a letter to costco connections and the president/ceo of costco with my disgust. How could they use Al Gore and his unproven ideas as a poster-child that if he gets his way will destroy the United States as we know it today. There are many other options, including WalMart and Sams Club.
30 posted on 11/03/2009 9:05:04 PM PST by mcrichmary (Do something that sends a message to Costco)
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To: enviros_kill

This is what I wrote to them today.

I received your magazine recently touting Al Gores lies about global warming and I will not be renewing my membership this month. Gore’s arguments can be proven wrong by the likes of Lord Christopher Monkton of the Heartland Institute. Gore refuses to debate him, because he knows he is lying and the real secret behind the global warming agenda is to form a New World Order. I can not believe a corporation like yours would choose to get political with a controversial character like Al Gore, especially since most of your customer base tends to be small business, which is a group that leans conservative republican. I’m also surprised from a credibility stand point. He is a proven liar with statements like “During my service in the United States Congress, I took the initiative in creating the Internet”. Also saying that his mom used to lull him to sleep by singing “Look for the Union Label” which was written in 1975! So a 28 year old man is being sung to sleep by his mommy? As far I’m concerned a liar like this is capable of “inventing” global warming. I am totally disgusted by this and refuse to support lies and propaganda being spread through your store and your “ragazine” with my hard earned money. I will also be spreading the word to all of my friends and family that are members of Costco. I already know of two of my family members who won’t be renewing their membership:

******* and ********

Go ahead and look them up on file and know that they too are disgusted by this. Today I am tearing up my Executive Membership card and will be purchasing a membership from Sam’s Club. You can thank the marketing “genius” who decided to put that rubbish in your magazine at the risk of turning off loyal customers!

Regretfully
*******


31 posted on 11/04/2009 2:26:24 PM PST by Radioisotope
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To: HarleyD; All

Here’s the Official Costco response that I received...it sounds like they realize that they made a mistake...:

Thank you for your e-mail concerning the November cover story written by Al Gore. I am sorry to hear about your decision not to purchase Christmas gifts at Costco.

I want to assure you that our selection of Al Gore was in no way meant to promote a political agenda. The piece was offered to us by the publishers of Mr. Gore’s new book and we felt that it would help us sell the book. Neither Costco nor the magazine take stands on partisan political issues.

We will take greater care in the future to avoid partisanship or the appearance of it.

You were not the only correspondent to take us to task for this. In our December issue you will see a selection of the comment we have received.

Take care,

Dave Fuller

Editor

The Costco Connection


32 posted on 11/05/2009 9:49:09 AM PST by proudpapa (Obama - Worst One Ever!)
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To: gert1; HarleyD
I wrote Costco Connection, and told them of my disgust, and let them know I’ll be buying things elsewhere when it makes economic sense.

Your logic escapes me.

You're upset over their mag, but you're threatening to continue buying things at Costco whether it's cheaper than elsewhere or not?

Brilliant!

33 posted on 11/05/2009 12:09:40 PM PST by sam_paine (X .................................)
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To: HarleyD

Costo:

We are very disappointed in your decision to exalt Al Gore and to belittle Glen Beck in a recent article in your magazine. As a shopper in your store I would expect you to be apolitical. I frequent the book area, noticing the disproportionate number of left-leaning material. I reasoned that there was still a number of conservative selections available - concluding that Costco was making an attempt at being fair (albeit a vain attempt in light of this obvious bias in the following excerpt).

“Let’s talk about Al Gore and Glenn Beck. One of them appears on our cover this month, having penned an article for us concerning his ideas about climate change. The other’s book was promoted in a full-page paid advertisement in last month’s issue.

These two people have little in common in terms of politics or stature. (There is only one person I can think of who has both a Nobel Peace Prize and the title of vice president of the United States on his resume.)”

I always shop at your stores around the Christmas season - not this year - unless I get an apology. I don’t think I stand alone - you have a lot of people to answer to.

Their response:

At times we publish articles that may be seen as controversial to some and acceptable to others. It is our policy to let our members decide what is acceptable by what they choose to read. Our member’s opinions and views on personally controversial persons or articles are always welcome and their refusal to purchase any products or read any article for personal, political, or religious reasons is respected and honored.

In terms of the articles we publish in the magazine, our coverage has included – and will continue to include- everyone from Tim LaHaye to Howard Stern. Again, we rely on time for the balance and on each member’s judgment to choose what he or she wants to read.

We have forwarded your comments to our business executives for their review. Thank you for taking the time to share your comments with us.

Thank you for your e-mail to Costco Wholesale.

Thank you,

Judah
Costco Wholesale Corporation


34 posted on 11/08/2009 10:05:45 AM PST by kings9111
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To: HarleyD

Thanks for your post. Here’s what I sent today (via snail mail)... I truly hope others will follow!

Mr. James D. Sinegal, CEO
Costco Wholesale Corporation
999 Lake Drive
Issaquah, WA 98027

Dear Mr. Sinegal,

Upon opening our mail, I was truly dismayed to see Costco’s obvious promotion of Al Gore and his fraudulent agenda. Anyone with a modicum of common sense would realize the hypocritical Al Gore is a huckster/con-artist who is scheming to enrich himself with his “man-made global warming” hoax.

Unfortunately after being a loyal Price Club/Costco member for over 21 years, we can no longer do business with a firm that clearly promotes Al Gore’s hogwash. Therefore please cancel our Costco membership (Acct # XXXX) forthwith.
Sincerely,

Enc: Costco membership card (cut-up)


35 posted on 11/24/2009 1:22:53 PM PST by curmudgeon7 (Here's what I did...)
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To: HarleyD; All

Here was my recent letter on this topic to the Costco Connection Publisher...with copy to James Sinegal CEO. I received a personal call from Sinegal’s assistant acknowledging the significant controversy caused by the article...and indicating that “development” might be necessary with the CC leadership team!!

Ms. Ginnie Roeglin
Publisher
The Costco Connection
999 Lake Drive
Issaquah, Washington
98027

Dear Ms. Roeglin,

Enclosed is my copy of your recent edition of The Costco Connection which I am returning to you to express my displeasure with Costco for your selection of cover story. While I agree with your editor, David W. Fuller, that “the right to print articles or sell and promote books written by (Al Gore and Glenn Beck) is protected by the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution”, I question the judgment that you and he have shown in putting a polarizing and derisive figure such as Al Gore on the cover of your promotional material to Costco customers.

Your magazine, I would surmise, is aimed at strengthening the relationship with all your Costco customers, stimulating interest in warehouse offerings, and further encouraging your customers to shop with Costco. I would venture to guess that your decision to highlight Al Gore this month only alienated, annoyed and angered a large portion of your loyal customer base…for no real good reason!

It is also clear, from Mr. Fuller’s “From the Editor’s Desk” column, that you both suspected in advance that this choice would not be well received by all Costco members, yet your “in-your-face” decision to proceed completely ignored the adverse impact that this might create with a portion of the Costco member base. You simply allowed your zeal for Al Gore, and his opinions, to cloud your business judgment.

Many, like me, find Al Gore hypocritical and contradictory in what he preaches and how he acts, lecturing others on their carbon footprint while himself acting hugely irresponsibly in his own personal energy use.

In addition, the opinions in his article continue to emphasize his significant lack of understanding of the solutions to the three crises he describes. If he truly wanted to make a huge dent in carbon emissions in the U.S., and around the world, he would not be “skeptical about the role that can be played by nuclear power” in replacing coal fired power plants in the electric grid as quickly as possible vs. suggesting that solar panels, windmills and other renewable sources of energy, and a “smart grid”, could provide any near-term resolution.

But, to the point, I respectfully suggest that, as the publisher of a marketing, promotional publication, targeted at building a strong, positive relationship with Costco’s broad base of diverse customers, you do a disservice to your company to use this venue to impose your (or Mr. Fuller’s) political beliefs. I, for one, am interested in Costco as a quality retailer, wholesaler and valued supplier…not as another left-wing voice.

Ms. Roeglin, please remove me from your mailing list for future issues of The Costco Connection.

With regrets at your bad business judgment,


36 posted on 12/14/2009 6:17:39 PM PST by J Panda
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