Monday, February 15, 2010

Politics brings ot some really strange individuals and the last year has dealt us some pretty incredible characters. None, perhaps, any more weird than this Joe the Plumber guy. He has been cavorting around various right-wing circles trying to capitalize on his 15 minutes of fame for over a year now and while he has a handful of people who clamor for his autograph, he really hasn't gained much momentum. But, every now and then, the media needs a filler so they run to Joe.

Joe the ‘Plumber’: ‘I don’t owe John McCain shit, he really screwed up my life’

By Stephen C. Webster

Sunday, February 14th, 2010 -- 7:51 pm
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For one-time political icon Joe Wurzelbacher, reminders of his old campaign buddy Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) aren't exactly pleasant.

Some grapes turn more sour than others, it seems.

More commonly known as "Joe the Plumber" -- even though he held no such certification when McCain endowed him with the title -- Wurzelbacher has thrown a fair amount of hatred toward the Arizona politician and the Republican party as a whole since the 2008 presidential campaign ended. But it's his recent comments to Pennsylvania public radio that really take the cake. READ MORE HERE


  1. Gotta love it. They guy is just saying anything to get on TV. He's been made a millionaire by all of this with a full-time nanny to take care of this son while criss-crosses the country getting $10-$20k per speech.

  2. What a story, huh? Only in America!

  3. I assume we are talking real facts rather than democrat facts which are completely different. I sure would like to see the evidence that Joe the Plumber has been made a millionaire.

    Hopefully he did considering he got put through the ringer.

  4. Blevins have you watched faux news lately.....oh wait never mind, why do I both with someone who is a stupid as you?


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