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Tuesday, October 28, 2008

Plumber's Crack

In case you haven't had quite enough of America's Favorite Ringer, you'll love this. Just when you thought you'd seen the limit of utter stupidity from McPalin backers -- and sweet Jebus, have they pushed that envelope like a bull elephant in full rut -- they have now sunk to discussing foreign policy with this goddamned clown:

Wurzelbacher was hitting the campaign trail on behalf of McCain for the first time, joining former Rep. Rob Portman on a GOP bus tour through Ohio.

At a stop in Columbus, he fielded the question on Israel from a self-identified Jewish senior citizen.

The questioner said he was "concerned" with Barack Obama's associations and "It's my belief that a vote for Obama is a vote for the death to Israel."

Wurzelbacher responded: "I do know that."

The questioner then complained about Obama's tax policies and reiterated his Israel comment.

"Well, you know what, I'll actually go ahead and agree with you on that one," Wurzelbacher said. "You know ... no, I agree with ya.'"


I don't even know what to say anymore. Words truly fail at this point.

He later said Obama would end the democracy that the U.S. military had defended during wars.

"I love America. I hope it remains a democracy, not a socialist society. ... If you look at spreading the wealth, that's honestly right out of Karl Marx's mouth," Wurzelbacher said.

"No one can debate that. That's not my opinion. That's fact."

Though "Joe the Plumber" has become a centerpiece of McCain's campaign in the closing days of the presidential race, McCain aides told FOX News the Republican nominee does not share Wurzelbacher's opinion on Obama's view toward Israel.


So what exactly is the point of having someone speak for you on the campaign trail -- even a stone ringer like this cartoon character -- if you have to repudiate some of the things he says?

More importantly, I'm just boggled at the Israel "questioner". I mean, I get why Joe the Ringer, despite his earlier protests about how the big bad librul media have been all mean and unfair to him, continues to wallow in his fifteen minutes. It makes sense, at least in a society where any jerkoff can become an overnight celebrity for no particular reason.

But what kind of an asshole not only takes time out of their day to listen to Samuel J. Wurzelbacher speak, but actually asks him a foreign policy question? These are sad little freaks meandering through life without enough brains to successfully pick their noses, embarrassing themselves for a shitty Rickroll of a campaign.

2 comments:

thedevilzone said...

If you look at spreading the wealth, that's honestly right out of Karl Marx's mouth," Wurzelbacher said.

"No one can debate that. That's not my opinion. That's fact."


My god! The red rot has spread even farther than we feared!

still liberal said...

"Joe the Plumber" serves only one good purpose in this campaign: Proof positive that McCain latches onto the most incompetent boobs available. He has a real eye for no talent hacks.