Tuesday, October 28, 2008

The Endorsement We've ALL BEEN WAITING FOR!!!

Ah! It's finally come! The endorsement of REPUBLICAN REGISTERED SAMUEL J. WURZELBACHER, AKA Joe the Plumber, has endorsed John McCain. WOW!!! What a surprise that a registered Republican has endorsed his candidate. This is not to say Republicans have not endorsed the Democratic candidate before, most notably Colin Powell, but COME ON!!! This is Joe the Plumber!

Even funnier (not so much in a ha ha way), is that Joe agrees that a voting for Obama would mean the death of Israel:

COLUMBUS, Ohio – Joe the Plumber endorsed Republican John McCain for president on Tuesday and agreed that a vote for Democratic candidate Barack Obama would be "a vote for the death of Israel."

Samuel J. Wurzelbacher gained national attention when Obama told him during a campaign stop that he wanted to "spread the wealth around." Their exchange about Obama's tax plan aired countless times on cable news programs, and McCain repeatedly cited Joe the Plumber in their third and final debate and again at campaign events.

McCain points to Wurzelbacher as an example of the middle-class worker who would be hurt economically by an Obama presidency, However, Wurzelbacher likely would fare better under Obama's tax plan because it calls for no tax increase for working couples earning less than $250,000 a year — Wurzelbacher himself earns far less — and provides for a middle-class tax cut.

In a McCain rally at a flag store, Wurzelbacher said he feared that Obama would turn the U.S. into a socialist nation.
When a McCain supporter asked him if he believed "a vote for Obama is a vote for the death of Israel," Wurzelbacher replied, "I'll go ahead and agree with you on that." He didn't elaborate on how Obama, who has said his commitment to Israeli security is "nonnegotiable," would be caustic for the Jewish state.

Fame brought media scrutiny to Wurzelbacher, who turned out to be an unlicensed plumber with unpaid back taxes.
I'll bet this hick from nowhere couldn't even point to Israel on a map if it wasn't labeled. Does anyone honestly think this schmuck even knows what he's talking about when it comes to Israel? I'll bank on not.

What a joke. McCain gets an endorsement from Joe the Plumber who, as the article deftly points out, would actually fare MUCH better under Obama's tax plan than under McCains.

Republicans. What a soft-brained bunch.

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