Joe the Plumber.

Never mind who said Joe Le Plumber the most, who blinked?

McCain did, and a lot!

But what was his blinking all about?

Shifty eyes, too much blinking can suggest deception.

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To me anyway – that came across as obvious, but I would say that wouldn’t I – I am an Obama supporter. But you are a human who watched the debate, so you saw the body language the same as me.

John McCain came out fighting – but it soon became obvious that McCain wasn’t telling the truth. The debate went on and tripped, in my opinion, where he needed to hit home with the healthcare – McCain was so far off the mark it was troubling.

But back to our friend Joe.

Joe must be getting paid a big chunk being as a plumber – and his credit rating must be beyond spectacular. Or he has saved his money so he can buy that company without a loan.

But lets look at this realistically – if Joe can afford the loan to buy the plumbing company in the US that has shown to have a really bad economy right now, he is charging way too much – how is the economy of Ohio? Must be much better than the rest of the country. He is going to make over $250,000 a year? That is a quarter of a million dollars. If he is making that much cash then why isn’t he going to invest it back into the company and employ more people? The construction workers of Ohio need it after all. That would be great if Joe did that. And that would help with his tax burden – and help other plumbers make enough money to buy a company – I like Joe!

But how realistic is that – or how realistic is that Joe was a plant in this campaign? If you know a plumber who makes this much money working for a company – let us know here. I want to email them for a direct quote!

Of course – McCain has done a catcher for a few days – which is what he wanted to do with Joe – just as has been said – McCain would rather you think about Joe rather than the economy as a whole – great if Joe can do his bit in the ‘American Dream’ – but what about the rest of the people?

Education, healthcare, housing, infrastructure, war in Iraq, investments, the Banks, the Economy?

If you want to think about Joe – do so – send him a greetings card congratulating him on his success.

But how about you think about you? How all that will effect you? How will Joe help you? I don’t think he will.

McCain wants tax cuts for the rich, not you – those who have millions, including him and his wife, he wants his tax breaks much larger than you can earn in two years.

That is what you should be thinking – John McCain wants your money!


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11 Responses to Joe the Plumber.

  1. No Mccain says:

    Joe Wurzelbacher was outed like Valerie Plaime in a typical Rovein style tactic… Mcbush.. Mccain..Mccrazy… all the same.
    I hope Joe gets a huge book deal and goes on Jay Leno.

  2. Ryan says:

    Sorry to here that Joe is going to be heavily taxed. If he does get to buy his business I am sorry to here that higher taxes are going to prevent him from paying his employees proper wages and may limit the number of his employees. He will probably also have to charge more money for his services to make up the difference. Liberals will never get it.

    Go ahead tax business on 95% of their income for all I care. They will just increase prices, reduce work forces, reduce wages and send jobs overseas. That sounds like a world where the middle and lower class will have an easy time living in. The retarded liberal will never get this. They read too much robin hood or something.

    No Mccain, please explain to me how I am wrong.
    I am sure you can’t because an original thought has never gone through your empty head.

  3. Ryan says:

    I also loved that the moderator last night said that the united states spends more money per student than any other country in the world and Obama said we needed to spend more. Ha ha ha. Hmmm, let see, may there are teachers will no threat of losing there jobs just coasting through their jobs? I don’t know, just a thought. But then again doesn’t this happen anywhere you involve unions?

  4. No Mccain says:

    Ryan –
    you are mistaking the term “hear” with “here.”
    For example, “Sorry to here that Joe is going to be heavily taxed.”
    Also, Joe does not make anything near 250,000 dollars, so the idea of him being taxed is telling me that you didn’t understand a damn thing last evening.
    Go to Yahoo.com right now and watch ABC’s interview with Joe Werzelbacher.
    Since you have no idea what it is you are talking about, it’s clear you are probably a Mccain supporter.

  5. Pangolin-California says:

    To listen to these conservative whiners you would think that the US was a nation of impoverished slaves in the 50’s and 60’s when taxes were very high. At the same time teachers earned better than 50% of what doctors were making in wages.

    Now we have low taxes, but almost all of those taxes are applied to payrolls running up the costs of things like teachers and plumbers. Meanwhile multi-millionaires pay a much lower tax rate.

    Joe’s grandfather and his peers only needed to work one job to buy a house, support a family and send kids to college. That could have been because more of the nations wealth was held by the middle class than it is today.

  6. Yellowbird1 says:

    McCain said Obama lied about so many things. But McCain lied to David Letterman. Letterman is furious about it. People are ignoring this, believing that it is no big deal but it shows much about McCain’s character. McCain is a huge liar and I hope the American people don’t make a mistake, trying to spite Obama, and vote him into office. McCain agrees with almost everything that comes out of Bush’s mouth except how Laura kisses. But that’s only because that is something he doesn’t know anything about.

  7. Howard says:

    So far, all the conclusions by all the pundits are
    totally based upon POLLS. Not a single actual vote
    has been cast yet. Obama supporters gush at how
    well their man has done in the debates, which proves
    once again that Obama is a good debater and a good
    speaker. It doesn’t say anything about his character,
    judgement, or what kind of a leader he would be.
    I still would rather trust a man who would not sell out
    his fellow prisoners, even during 5 years of torture,
    than to trust a man who betrayed a 20 year friendship,
    for personal ambition. And … regarding this election,
    until people actually vote … it ain’t over till it’s over!

  8. No Mccain says:

    Howard –
    How do we know that Mccain isn’t an insider for the north Vietnamese, and acting as a Mancurian candidate?
    Afterall, he did reject his release from prison, which is an indication that he was successfully being brain-washed by the north Vietnamese. What do think of your war hero who would “not sell out his fellow prisoners” now?

    If this sounds rediculous, then you know what it feels like from Obama perspective and all of the Ayers, ACORN, and other miscellaneous accusations the Mccain campaign has been leveling against Obama.

  9. yeti says:

    ohn McCain did great tonight in the debate. But every time John mentioned “Joe the Plumber,” some of us in the campaign banged our heads against the wall. If Steve Schmidt had any hair left, I hear he would have been pulling it out tonight. He reportedly screamed at John’s debate prep team tonight (out of earshot of reporters, of course). “You idiots – he’s related to Charles Keating… of the Keating Five scandal!” They thought they had a real live Joe Six-Pack who’s spurned Barack Obama’s tax plan. But what they forgot to do was check on Joe Wurzelbacher’s background.
    Turns out that Joe Wurzelbacher from the Toledo event is a close relative of Robert Wurzelbacher of Milford, Ohio. Who’s Robert Wurzelbacher? Only Charles Keating’s son-in-law and the former senior vice president of American Continental, the parent company of the infamous Lincoln Savings and Loan. The now retired elder Wurzelbacher is also a major contributor to Republican causes giving well over $10,000 in the last few years.

  10. leapsecond says:

    Will:

    CHECK. THIS. OUT.

    Our man Joe isn’t even a licensed plumber!

  11. Will Rhodes says:

    Turns out that “Joe the Plumber,” as he became nationally known when Senator John McCain made him a theme at Wednesday night’s third and final presidential debate, may run a plumbing business but he is not a licensed plumber. His full name is Samuel J. Wurzelbacher. And he owes a bit in back taxes.

    HAHAHAHAHA!! You could not write this shit! LOL

    Thanks for that, Brett! 😀

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