Joe The Plumber

     So, for anyone who watched the 10/15 presidential debate, you probably know who Joe The Plumber is.  Apparently, Joe The Plumber works 10-12 hours a day and wants to purchase the small plumbing business he works for.  When he talked to Obama, Obama mentioned something about “spreading the wealth.”  which in Republican terms, apparently means raising taxes on small businesses.  Who cares that Obama excludes small businesses from his plan to raise taxes on people making more than $250,000?  Apparently not the smirking maverick who walks like a mannequin.

     My friend supports McCain.  He says Obama isn’t expierienced.  So I asked him how old Obama was.  “28”
was his answer.  I replied with a 48 (I know know that he’s 46; he will be 47 when/if he takes office), but it gets my point across.  It’s scary the lies being thrown about.  I guess he was absent when we learned that you have to be at least 35 to run for office.

     Education.  I’m not going to spend much time on this ’cause I have to go eat dinner.  But at approx. 1:20 into the debate, McCain mentioned a program called Troops to Teachers, which, and I quote, “Where people after having served in the military can go right to teaching and not have to take these examinations which, or have the certification that are required in some states.”  If you don’t believe me, skip to 1:18:38 in this video.  Now i’m scared.

    And one last thing.  Did anyone notice how McCain wore a blue tie and Obama wore a red one? :]


               With Much Concern,

                           Mike Superduperman  



~ by scaryfishpeople447 on October 16, 2008.

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