Tuesday, February 16, 2010

Joe The Plumber Calls Out The Sell Outs
This post very well may upset some folks, but I have no other choice...

Let's review. John McCain suspended his presidential campaign to concentrate on a zillion dollar corporate bail-out. Some Republican.

John McCain actually favored 'Cap & Trade'. Some Republican.

Bottom line - it's precisely because of The Tea Party Movement that conservatives (both Republican and Independent... and yes, even Democrats) have stood up and screamed out in unison "WE WANT OUR COUNTRY BACK!" And it's also precisely because of alleged Republicans like McCain that helped spawn the TPM in the first place.

And let's be honest --- If it weren't for the Tea Party Movement keeping her in the lime-light, Sarah Palin would currently be the answer to a Trivial Pursuit question. Not only that, but it's arguable that without the TPM, Scott Brown would have had a helluva lot more of a tougher time winning his recent election.

So what do Palin and Brown do to further the Red, White and Blue Revolution? They both campaign for.... wait for it.... John McCain.

Here's the entire article from TheHill.com; (Emphasis mine)
Joe the Plumber goes off on McCain, says he 'screwed up my life'
By Eric Zimmermann - 02/14/10 11:12 AM ET
Joe the Plumber is no longer a fan of either Sarah Palin or John McCain, it seems. Joe, also known as Sam Wurzelbacher, told an audience in Pennsylvania this week that McCain "is no public servant."

"McCain was trying to use me," Wurzelbacher said, according to public radio correspondent Scott Detrow. "I happened to be the face of middle Americans. It was a ploy.” "I don’t owe him s—," Wurzelbacher continued. "He really screwed my life up, is how I look at it.”

In fact, Wurzelbacher's dislike for McCain is so strong that he no longer supports Sarah Palin simply because Palin will campaign for McCain's re-election. As for Obama: "I think his ideology is un-American, but he’s one of the more honest politicians. At least he told us what he wanted to do."

7 Comments:

Blogger Al said...

This is why, while I respect her for some of what she has done, I could never support Palin & why the only reason I was happy to see Brown win was who lost.

& I was never a big fan of McCain. He was down at the bottom of my list & at times sounded way too slick & talking out of both sides of my mouth.

The Republicans better wake up & realize the TPM isn't beholden to them, they are beholden to the TPM. & the TPM will not stick arround if they are stabbed in the back.

6:47 PM  
Blogger Joe of St. Thérèse said...

And the Dem's tried to destroy him, I say fire everyone in Congress

6:52 PM  
Blogger Heather said...

There hasn't been an election season yet where we haven't had a political sign in our yard. This year we aren't endorsing any candidate, although I might make a home-made sign that says, "RE-ELECT NO ONE"

8:23 PM  
Blogger Old Bob said...

In the summer and fall of 2008 I put a big homemade sign in my yard that said VOTE FOR ME!

12:05 AM  
Blogger JLS said...

I was running for world ruler last year, unopposed; needed only one vote, but due to ethics I would not vote for myself. One day a group of neighborhood kids said they'd vote for me, and sensing a trap, I declined. The position remains unfilled.

12:40 PM  
Blogger Adeodatus49 said...

And the Dem's tried to destroy him, I say fire everyone in Congress

This year we aren't endorsing any candidate, although I might make a home-made sign that says, "RE-ELECT NO ONE"


That's right! Vote out of office ALL incumbents. It will take at least 3 elections to do this to the House and Senate.

2:22 PM  
Blogger m_hyland said...

Oh, I can't wait to vote in Florida this year. Replacing Charlie Crist as governor, who I'm ashamed to say that I voted for, and possibly getting a young, Catholic, pro-life, pro-second amendment conservative in the senate seat... Oh, yeah I'm excited. BTW, if you don't know I was referring to Marco Rubio. He is an impressive fellow. He isn't afriad to say what is right or what the truth is, even about belief in God in this moderist secular society. God bless him.

11:06 AM  

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