Sunday, November 2, 2008

Alright, I'll Say It: Screw Joe The Plummer

He just not very smart. (With video).

Samuel "Joe the Plumber" Wurzelbacher, in his newfound fame as political pundit and emerging GOP campaign brand name, is "really scared" of an Obama presidency.

"McCain has fought and bled for our country, loves our country--there's too many questions with Barack Obama," Wurzelbacher said on Sunday, "and his loyalty to our country. I question that greatly."

Wurzelbacher also put into question Obama as a "good American," saying that his "ideology is completely different than what democracy stands for."
Voters like Joe vote for bad representatives, because they don't educate themselves on the issues. Giving someone like Joe the national spotlight encourages others to do the same. I understand McCain really, really, really wants to be President, but he introduced Joe to Cable News... and that's bad for America.


  1. Obama's sentiments exactly.

  2. Yeah, we need to stick to the ultra-smart political ramblings of actors in Hollywood. How could the pretty people ever be wrong about anything?