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(AZ Family)   Joe the Plumber finds himself campaigning in Arizona and uses the moment to reveal his thoughtful and reasonable approach to illegal immigration. "Put a damn fence on the border, going to Mexico and start shooting"   (azfamily.com) divider line 49
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2012-08-14 07:49:02 AM
"Joe the Plumber" is not named Joe nor is he a plumber. Discuss amongst yourselves, I'm getting verklempt.
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2012-08-14 07:59:43 AM
rename him "the ignorant american"
 
2012-08-14 08:00:00 AM
Joe the Retard?
 
2012-08-14 08:00:06 AM
Who?

/15....14....13....
 
2012-08-14 08:01:11 AM
Joe the Plumber was chosen by the Republican party to epitomize their base, and he does.
 
2012-08-14 08:04:02 AM
Joe the White Supremist
 
2012-08-14 08:06:23 AM
Perfect state for that piece of shiat.
 
2012-08-14 08:18:23 AM
I wish Obama would lower taxes already so Joe could start that plumbing business. Until that happens Joe is just going to have to make money the only way an out of work plumber can...by campaigning to kill Mexicans.
 
2012-08-14 08:19:12 AM
Not Joe, the not a plumber is still around?

Good lord, does this mentally deficient RW media construct still think he's even remotely relevant?

That's just farking sad is that.

Any RW shills come to his defense yet?
 
2012-08-14 08:23:14 AM
That man sounds pro-life!
 
2012-08-14 08:24:45 AM
I'll bet Klein's campaign "did not return phone calls". Heh.
 
2012-08-14 08:28:50 AM
Isn't that exactly what he said about Palestine when Fox shipped him over to Israel?

This guy is an idiots idea of a smart person (i.e. loud).
 
2012-08-14 08:30:53 AM
No hate like liberal hate!
"Responsible gun owners!"
The right isn't racist!

And I always love when the right-wing lapdogs here on Fark get all upset when you call the right racist, violent, thuggish, etc., yet, again, we see that when he said this (twice on two separate days):

"The remarks drew cheers from the crowd..."

Don't you think it undermines your schtick a bit when the rabble keep cheering and hootin' and hollerin' over murdering people based on their country of origin?
 
2012-08-14 08:35:53 AM
with Klein, saying: "I'm running for Congress. How many congressmen or people running for Congress have you heard, put a fence up and start shooting? None? Well you heard it here first. Put troops on the border and start shooting, I bet that solves our immigration problem real quick."

Good lord, she's basking in it. What kind of pathetic human being do you have to be to think that illegally crossing the boarder deserves death. Death! She is bad and she should feel bad.
 
2012-08-14 08:41:57 AM
Thank you John McCain.
 
2012-08-14 09:02:41 AM
I'd be shocked, but knowing too many tea partiers in real life this is the kind of nonsense they say on a regular basis.
 
2012-08-14 09:11:22 AM
I've seen a few people around Fark claim that Sandra Fluke and Joe the Plumber are basically the same.

This article explains why those people are panda-farking retarded.
 
2012-08-14 09:11:57 AM
... Well, one of the reasons why, anyway.
 
2012-08-14 09:14:04 AM
I love America so much that I want to shoot and kill men, women, and children who come here in the hopes that they can improve life for themselves and their families, just like our grandfathers and the founders of this nation did before them. U-S-A U-S-A U-S-A
 
2012-08-14 09:19:06 AM
McCain's daughter, Megan, called Wurzelbacher's shooting comments "ridiculous."

Considering John McCain gave us both this fake plumber and the Wasilla WHAARGARBL machine, is it time to put him in a home?
 
2012-08-14 09:20:02 AM

Vegan Meat Popsicle: No hate like liberal hate!
"Responsible gun owners!"
The right isn't racist!

And I always love when the right-wing lapdogs here on Fark get all upset when you call the right racist, violent, thuggish, etc., yet, again, we see that when he said this (twice on two separate days):

"The remarks drew cheers from the crowd..."

Don't you think it undermines your schtick a bit when the rabble keep cheering and hootin' and hollerin' over murdering people based on their country of origin?


To be fair, the KKK, and their political subgroup, the GOP, don't really consider foreigners to be "people" - unless they come from Northern Europe and speak English.

/Then they consider them to be "tops".
//Until every Republican is innocent, all Republicans are guilty.
 
2012-08-14 09:22:03 AM
go sweat a pipe "Joe"

he's a known liar, and now an advocate for shooting unarmed men, women, and children who are trying to make a little money doing the kind of hard work he pretends to understand.

This really is a good representation of the tea party types I know. Thoughtless and quick to violence...well, actually quick to advocate violence, they're mostly cowards who would shiat a lung if someone fired back at them.

Another common trait among "Joe" types is something I expect to see as a follow up to this story.
When pressed about what he just said, when asked to explain himself, he will most certainly back track and play the victim. I'd bet on it.
 
2012-08-14 09:22:14 AM
So, this nincompoop is campaigning for Marcy's seat in Arizona? I know many NW Ohioans who live there (sorry for them) but I don't think they vote at home anymore.

This idiot is a pretty decent representation of all that is wrong with the "Tea Party", whatever that shiatty organization actually is anymore besides a bunch of loudmouth ignorant assholes.
 
2012-08-14 09:23:04 AM

theknuckler_33: with Klein, saying: "I'm running for Congress. How many congressmen or people running for Congress have you heard, put a fence up and start shooting? None? Well you heard it here first. Put troops on the border and start shooting, I bet that solves our immigration problem real quick."

Good lord, she's basking in it. What kind of pathetic human being do you have to be to think that illegally crossing the boarder deserves death. Death! She is bad and she should feel bad.


The primary difference between them and Khrushchev is they aren't proposing to shoot people in the back.
 
2012-08-14 09:23:44 AM
I'd love a way-back machine to hear his views on the Berlin Wall.
 
2012-08-14 09:26:18 AM

rufus-t-firefly: McCain's daughter, Megan, called Wurzelbacher's shooting comments "ridiculous."

Considering John McCain gave us both this fake plumber and the Wasilla WHAARGARBL machine, is it time to put him in a home?


I was happy to vote for McCain in the '00 R primary here in Michigan (where he won).
I honestly thought he was a decent guy. In the years since then my opinion of McCain has fallen fast.
I still sorta think somewhere in the back of his head he must realize what he's done to his legacy and regret the hell out of it.
 
2012-08-14 09:31:54 AM

trotsky: So, this nincompoop is campaigning for Marcy's seat in Arizona? I know many NW Ohioans who live there (sorry for them) but I don't think they vote at home anymore.

This idiot is a pretty decent representation of all that is wrong with the "Tea Party", whatever that shiatty organization actually is anymore besides a bunch of loudmouth ignorant assholes.


The Tea Party started with noble aspirations. They were enraged by the Wall Street bailouts and the out-of-control budget situation, which are both very valid concerns. Unfortunately, it was co-opted and astroturfed, and now the Tea Party stands for the notion that complete morons and lunatic conspiracy theorists should be given airtime equal to that of people who actually know what they're talking about and aren't batshiat insane.
 
2012-08-14 09:33:19 AM
I say we give him a gun and send him on over there. Have fun storming the casa!
 
2012-08-14 09:35:24 AM
The thought of this guy spending the rest of his life in a Mexican prison doesn't exactly bother me.
 
2012-08-14 09:38:50 AM

unexplained bacon: I honestly thought he was a decent guy.


He is. And so is Romney. I don't agree politically with a lot of their stances, and I think a lot of their ideas would ultimately be less than ideal for the country, but at least they're not outright malicious or moronic. The problem at this point is they have to act like they are or better than 25% of republican voters are going to yell RINO at them.

The GOP needs a candidate that isn't such a spineless, vote-grubbing coward. Someone who will stand up and say "I do not need or want your racist, misogynistic bile in my campaign, I will not excuse it, I will not tolerate it and I will not pander to it".

I'm most disappointed in McCain and Romney because they turned out to be cowards who wouldn't do that.
 
2012-08-14 09:43:57 AM
I'm not sure that he fully thought through his plan.

With easily accessible guns, especially in states such as Arizona, and the large number of "illegals" in the country, how exactly does he expect his plan of shooting at the "illegal's" countrymen when they are armed and on the same side of the fence as he is (not to mention the drug cartels who might be a little more overt in their dissatisfaction with this)? Is he hoping for an entrenched irregular army so that we can replicate the Afghanistan war in Arizona?

Or is he just stupid?
 
2012-08-14 09:44:47 AM
^to work out

That belongs in there somewhere.
 
2012-08-14 09:53:06 AM
imontheinternet:
The Tea Party started with noble aspirations. They were enraged by the Wall Street bailouts and the out-of-control budget situation, which are both very valid concerns. Unfortunately, it was co-opted and astroturfed,


No, they were not. The Tea Party was astroturfed into life, exploiting people's fears and outright stupidity, at the precise moment in the bailout debate it was suggested that some of the money go to the motherfarking Middle Class, the actual people most harmed by the Depression Which Must Not Be Named. They were manipulated into pushing Wall Street's agenda from their very inception: no tax increases on us, no handouts for the people we screwed, no more government money for anybody now that we've gotten ours. And while we're at it, we'd like to kill Medicare and Social Security so we don't have to pay any taxes at all.

They gathered up a perfect storm of Radical Right Derp: the farking Randians crawling out of the grease trap for their moment in the sun, the "OMG THE PREZUHDENT IZ BROWN!!!!11" crowd, and the people stupid enough to still shiat their pants in terror if you say the word "socialism."

There is not a single thing redeeming about anyone stupid, greedy, ignorant, short-sighted, racist, or all-of-the-above enough to fall for their line.

Except that they're doing a fine job of derailing the Republican Party for decades to come, and for that I thank them.
 
2012-08-14 09:54:35 AM

Vegan Meat Popsicle: unexplained bacon: I honestly thought he was a decent guy.

He is. And so is Romney. I don't agree politically with a lot of their stances, and I think a lot of their ideas would ultimately be less than ideal for the country, but at least they're not outright malicious or moronic. The problem at this point is they have to act like they are or better than 25% of republican voters are going to yell RINO at them.

The GOP needs a candidate that isn't such a spineless, vote-grubbing coward. Someone who will stand up and say "I do not need or want your racist, misogynistic bile in my campaign, I will not excuse it, I will not tolerate it and I will not pander to it".

I'm most disappointed in McCain and Romney because they turned out to be cowards who wouldn't do that.


McCain kinda did...until he picked Palin who oozes that shiat and love to blow the dog whistle.
 
2012-08-14 10:03:46 AM

Anonymous Bosch: imontheinternet:
The Tea Party started with noble aspirations. They were enraged by the Wall Street bailouts and the out-of-control budget situation, which are both very valid concerns. Unfortunately, it was co-opted and astroturfed,

No, they were not. The Tea Party was astroturfed into life, exploiting people's fears and outright stupidity, at the precise moment in the bailout debate it was suggested that some of the money go to the motherfarking Middle Class, the actual people most harmed by the Depression Which Must Not Be Named. They were manipulated into pushing Wall Street's agenda from their very inception: no tax increases on us, no handouts for the people we screwed, no more government money for anybody now that we've gotten ours. And while we're at it, we'd like to kill Medicare and Social Security so we don't have to pay any taxes at all.

They gathered up a perfect storm of Radical Right Derp: the farking Randians crawling out of the grease trap for their moment in the sun, the "OMG THE PREZUHDENT IZ BROWN!!!!11" crowd, and the people stupid enough to still shiat their pants in terror if you say the word "socialism."

There is not a single thing redeeming about anyone stupid, greedy, ignorant, short-sighted, racist, or all-of-the-above enough to fall for their line.

Except that they're doing a fine job of derailing the Republican Party for decades to come, and for that I thank them.


A letter from a former Tea Party member to the Occupy movement: I wish your movement better luck than we had with the tea party movement before it got hijacked by the theocrats and corporatists. We used to be non-partisan too. We were the older version of you. But, I believe that as the media apparatchik and infiltrators start to twist your cause, you will understand the frustration us early adopter tea partiers felt and that we were not your enemy after all. A fascist oligarchy on the verge of winning is our common enemy. This should be your focus. Don't be dazzled by the illusion as we were. For the sake of our future, know who you are.
 
2012-08-14 10:11:28 AM

Vegan Meat Popsicle: unexplained bacon: I honestly thought he was a decent guy.

He is. And so is Romney. I don't agree politically with a lot of their stances, and I think a lot of their ideas would ultimately be less than ideal for the country, but at least they're not outright malicious or moronic. The problem at this point is they have to act like they are or better than 25% of republican voters are going to yell RINO at them.

The GOP needs a candidate that isn't such a spineless, vote-grubbing coward. Someone who will stand up and say "I do not need or want your racist, misogynistic bile in my campaign, I will not excuse it, I will not tolerate it and I will not pander to it".

I'm most disappointed in McCain and Romney because they turned out to be cowards who wouldn't do that.


agreed...but that glaring lack of character is a big reason why I can't consider them decent guys

Doing what is right is less important than accumulating wealth and power. They're bad people and they should feel bad.
 
2012-08-14 10:12:11 AM
So, he wants to build a Maginot Line and declare war on Mexico? This will end well.
 
2012-08-14 10:16:13 AM

quatchi: Not Joe, the not a plumber is still around?

Good lord, does this mentally deficient RW media construct still think he's even remotely relevant?

That's just farking sad is that.

Any RW shills come to his defense yet?


I'm surprised this thread hasn't drawn some of Fark's "race realists" yet.
 
2012-08-14 10:16:27 AM

unexplained bacon: Vegan Meat Popsicle: unexplained bacon: I honestly thought he was a decent guy.

He is. And so is Romney. I don't agree politically with a lot of their stances, and I think a lot of their ideas would ultimately be less than ideal for the country, but at least they're not outright malicious or moronic. The problem at this point is they have to act like they are or better than 25% of republican voters are going to yell RINO at them.

The GOP needs a candidate that isn't such a spineless, vote-grubbing coward. Someone who will stand up and say "I do not need or want your racist, misogynistic bile in my campaign, I will not excuse it, I will not tolerate it and I will not pander to it".

I'm most disappointed in McCain and Romney because they turned out to be cowards who wouldn't do that.

agreed...but that glaring lack of character is a big reason why I can't consider them decent guys

Doing what is right is less important than accumulating wealth and power. They're bad people and they should feel bad.


I think McCain was a good guy who became world-weary and made some ethical compromises he shouldn't have. Romney, OTOH, is the poster child of the sociopathic 1% who would quite literally destroy the lives of thousands of people just to add a little more to their already obscene fortunes.

Romney is in no way, shape, or form a decent person. He's everything that's wrong with this country.
 
2012-08-14 10:26:44 AM

imontheinternet:
The Tea Party started with noble aspirations.


Glenn Beck and Fox News begat the Teabaggers. Quit denying this.
 
2012-08-14 10:30:51 AM

Vegan Meat Popsicle: The GOP needs a candidate that isn't such a spineless, vote-grubbing coward. Someone who will stand up and say "I do not need or want your racist, misogynistic bile in my campaign, I will not excuse it, I will not tolerate it and I will not pander to it".


They had two imo. One was Gary Johnson and the other was John Huntsman. I say "was" because they've been run out of the party by now. I still wouldn't vote for either but they were a welcome change from the normal Derp..
 
2012-08-14 10:40:25 AM
FTFA: He reiterated the comments the following day at a "Patriot Rally"

Patriot Rally sounds like an annual Klan meeting...
 
2012-08-14 10:40:43 AM

imontheinternet: unexplained bacon: Vegan Meat Popsicle: unexplained bacon: I honestly thought he was a decent guy.

He is. And so is Romney. I don't agree politically with a lot of their stances, and I think a lot of their ideas would ultimately be less than ideal for the country, but at least they're not outright malicious or moronic. The problem at this point is they have to act like they are or better than 25% of republican voters are going to yell RINO at them.

The GOP needs a candidate that isn't such a spineless, vote-grubbing coward. Someone who will stand up and say "I do not need or want your racist, misogynistic bile in my campaign, I will not excuse it, I will not tolerate it and I will not pander to it".

I'm most disappointed in McCain and Romney because they turned out to be cowards who wouldn't do that.

agreed...but that glaring lack of character is a big reason why I can't consider them decent guys

Doing what is right is less important than accumulating wealth and power. They're bad people and they should feel bad.

I think McCain was a good guy who became world-weary and made some ethical compromises he shouldn't have. Romney, OTOH, is the poster child of the sociopathic 1% who would quite literally destroy the lives of thousands of people just to add a little more to their already obscene fortunes.

Romney is in no way, shape, or form a decent person. He's everything that's wrong with this country.


I agree, McCain wasn't bad, then he was...Romney is just bad, real bad.
 
2012-08-14 10:44:21 AM

ChimpMitten: I'm not sure that he fully thought through his plan.

With easily accessible guns, especially in states such as Arizona, and the large number of "illegals" in the country, how exactly does he expect his plan of shooting at the "illegal's" countrymen when they are armed and on the same side of the fence as he is (not to mention the drug cartels who might be a little more overt in their dissatisfaction with this)? Is he hoping for an entrenched irregular army so that we can replicate the Afghanistan war in Arizona?

Or is he just stupid?


Just establish fire bases with the surrounding areas as free fire zones. Duh.
 
2012-08-14 10:57:21 AM
Maybe he can take pointers from the east Germans. With the wall and the shootings and the minefields.
 
2012-08-14 11:23:41 AM

lucksi: Maybe he can take pointers from the east Germans. With the wall and the shootings and the minefields.


The Stasi were way too intelligent for an ignorant turd like Joe the Moron. Markus Wolf was a smart mother frakker who got things done. Joe the Moron can barely shave his own head in the morning without cutting himself with a dull razor. And besides, the DDR learned from Stalin, who committed Political Genocide. I don't think Juan the Gardener can be arrested as an "enemy of the state" quite yet.

I am seriously embarrassed that this asshole is from the same region I am. He's such a goddamn tool. I cannot wait until Marcy tromps his ass into the ground in November.
 
2012-08-14 12:11:18 PM
Joe the Plumber. Not the candidate that Arizona wants, he's the candidate that they deserve.
 
2012-08-14 02:54:50 PM
You could be there on a dark october night
waiting for the moment to be swimming 'cross the freezing river
holding a plastic bag of belongings just out of the water
climbing up the banks on the other side hiding in the trees
so cold that you hardly show as a target
on the heat seeking gear of the border patrol
but you made it, you're another one over
sleeping on a bench in a railway station
in the heart of Europe haven't eaten anything for two days straight
but where there is a will there's always gonna be a way

And every door is guarded and every guard costs money
so the women are bought and kept and raped and sold as slaves
because the family borrowed from the Man
and the Man has always got to be repaid
for the deals on the borders and the fake IDs
and the stolen passports all locked away
While the women are working and gagging down on their knees
and somewhere in the back of Terminal 3
in the clogged-up corridors of the immigration authorities
whole families with the wrong bits of paper
are waiting to be sent back to where they came from
escorted by officials out across the tarmac
with their wrist bound tight with cable ties behind their backs

It's dawn and there's fog in Rotterdam harbour
and the guard's on his break and the dogs are chained
by the wire three figures come out from behind the cranes
make across the train tracks climb aboard a Panamanian freighter
headed for the isle of grain find a place to hide in a stack of containers
another payload of world trade

Because goods are free to move
but not people
oil is free to move
but not people
jobs are free to move
but not people
money is free to move
but not people

And today they got a man hauled off a truck in the port of Calais
we watch him in silence as they lead him away
clutching his battered suitcase but his face betrays him
lost and scared and defeated sitting in the back of the white port authority van
well, where do any of us come from
it's pretty hard to say
while high in the sky above us tonight
the bombers are heading the other way
south and east into the blood red crimson sunrise of another imperial day
 
2012-08-14 02:59:27 PM
Plumb stupid.
 
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