July 31, 2011

Joe the Plumber BREAKING EXCLUSIVE

We now can confirm:
Contrary to some reports, JTP won't be aboard the Tea Party Express.

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

Do they spell it muskee in Eagle River?

Annie K. said...

Okay. With a headline like that I expected (seriously) something like Joe has decided to have gender-reassignment surgery, has been charged with murder, or has actually been proven to be a lizard-person controlled by Tom Cruise.
Something like that.
All Caps with "breaking exclusive" and his latest tweet? I guess nobody else reads those tweets then. I dunno, seemed a bit overkill. Add in the fact that he's been a tired, played-out gimmick for a long time now, that when he comes around here literally 25 (at most) very old people wheel out to see him, and really no one turns up their hearing aids even then... why does the lefty crowd even act like Joe's a legit celeb? Not seein' it.

Unless Joe is a huge deal, with vital, relevant things to say, and still brings 'em in where you live, if so - then disregard. But where I come from that was serious abuse of Caps! and Breaking!

illusory tenant said...

Where I come from also.

Anonymous said...

Perhaps a Drudge-style police light, but blue?

John Foust said...

Muskee, but not crappee?

illusory tenant said...

He's a pipefitter, give him a break.

grumps said...

I know pipefitters. My son is a pipefitter. Sam "Joe" W. is no pipefitter.

Anonymous said...

"Do they spell it muskee in Eagle River?"

I can confidently say that the answer to this question is no.

Unlike Joe the Plumber, those of us from that area are not morons. Okay, most of us. I'm not including those running for state senate seats.

illusory tenant said...

I gotta get up there one of these days. If it's anything like the adjacent geography of Ontario (e.g., along Hwy. 17), it's beautiful.

Anonymous said...

It is beautiful. It's also a great place to visit in the summer and fall. After looking at some pictures of Highway 17, however, I'm not sure northern Wisconsin can compete. I gotta get up THERE one of these days.

John Foust said...

It's "up der", isn't it? Or "up nort."