Wednesday, October 29, 2008

Joe The Plumber Says, A Vote For Obama Is A Vote For The Death Of Israel

Joe the Plumber gets it.

We have one true friend in the Middle East, one Democracy we can rely on, one country there who respects human rights. The other countries of the Middle East are all Islamic countries, where human rights are not respected. With the exception of Jordan and Egypt, none of the other countries of the ME even recognize Israel's right to exist.

And, Barack Obama wants to strengthen our relationship with the Islamic countries at the expense of our relationship with Israel?

You do the numbers. Joe the Plumber has.

The McCain campaign distanced themselves from Joe the Plumbers remarks. Maybe Joe the Plumber should be running along with Sarah Palin, instead of McCain, huh?


From Gateway Pundit:

Joe doesn't mince words.
The fact that Barack Obama toasts former PLO operatives at Jew-bashes doesn't really help his cause any.

Today Joe the Plumber agreed with a McCain supporter that Israel could be doomed if Obama wins.The Washington Times reported:

"Joe the Plumber," the small business aspirant and overnight media sensation, endorsed John McCain's presidential campaign Tuesday and said Barack Obama would make America a socialist nation.

The Ohio plumber, whose real name is Samuel Wurzelbacher, also agreed with a McCain supporter who asked him if he believed "a vote for Obama is a vote for the death of Israel."

"I'll go ahead and agree with you on that," Wurzelbacher told the man, retired Florida lawyer Stan Chapman who was visiting Ohio.

Nobody thought when Jimmy Carter took office that America's ally Iran would be tossed back into the 7th Century by the time he left office either.

Things happen.

Sometimes there are red flags and warnings.


Epaminondas said...

Anyone want to review why Biden said that when the generated crisis occurs, the new admin would need all their friends to stand by them, because it would not be apparent that they had made the correct decision?

Pastorius said...

Yeah, that's a good question. Unfortunately, the answer if in Obama's lockbox of truth.

Anonymous said...

Making unfounded accusations and refusing to explain the basis of controversial remarks about Candidate Obama causes me grave doubts about anything "Joe the Plumber" has to say. I consider his remarks irresponsible, and I am surprised the media would even reprint them. He is just working his mouth overtime trying to make himself more famous after the unfortunate exposure he received from McCain. I fail to see why anyone would value Joe's opinion about anything except maybe excrement, and even then he is not a professional, and not licensed when it comes to toilets and what belongs in them (his opinions).