Thursday, May 7, 2009

This Just In: Big Bald Rat Exits Sinking Ship

Hoky Smokes, Bullwinkle, get a load of this:
Samuel Wurzelbacher, better known as Joe the Plumber, tells TIME he's so outraged by GOP overspending, he's quitting the party
Is there no end to the evidence that we live in a universe where the only thing you can count on is that it will continue to be consistently bizarre no matter how hard you try to find logic in it?

Mr. Wurzlebacher went on to proclaim that
...he wouldn't support any cuts in defense, Social Security, Medicare or Medicaid — which, along with debt payments, would put more than two-thirds of the budget off limits.
So there we have it: "Joe the Plumber" is leaving the Republican party and becoming a socialist. Hey, if Sarah Palin can be a socialist, then so can "Joe", right? Of course, that means those of us on the left might be stuck with the weird "exaggerator" Samuel Wurzelbacher aka "Joe the Plumber", who was not a plumber, not named Joe, and whose sociopolitical wisdom could fill a thimble with room left over to hide a family of subversive crickets and the printing press they use to produce their pro-cricket 'zine.

Here's my prediction: Mr. Wurzelbacher will latch onto one ot the more, shall we say, "out there" political groups and try to pull a Jesse Ventura and get elected Governor as an independent. Any bets on which one of these parties he might find attractive?

4 comments:

Grandpa Eddie said...

I think he will form his own party.

The Party of Non-Plumbers and Tax Cheats United.

nunya said...

Great title, you made me laugh sweetie, thanks :)

Yeesh, what's left of the Republican base just might vote for Joe the Plumber, eeeek, how scary can these people get?

Nancy said...

Shea, I had no idea there are so many "parties" going on. Should I BYOB?

I like Grandpa Eddie's idea. A perfect fit for Joe the P.

Granny said...

The Constitution Party sounds like a good fit.