Joe The Plumber Suggests Lynching Chris Dodd ~ Trout Boy

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He’s back.  Joe the Plumber, that is.  Won’t he just disappear?  Maybe it is better that the media expose him for what he really is.  Read this article and see.

From Huffpo:

Samuel “Joe” Wurzelbacher, better known as “Joe the Plumber,” has had his fifteen minutes of fame during the 2008 election and was widely expected to disappear when the candidate who brought him into the spotlight lost. But he’s still a star in conservative circles — and still saying some odd, hostile things. At an event Thursday for the Wisconsin chapter of Americans for Prosperity (one of the lead organizations behind the Tax Day Tea Parties), Wurzelbacher suggested Sen. Chris Dodd (D-Conn.) should be lynched.

Wurzelbacher has a reputation for being a blunt, politically incorrect speaker. Referring to Sen. Chris Dodd, D-Conn., more than once, Wurzelbacher asked, “Why hasn’t he been strung up?”

Wurzelbacher appeared at a Tea Party in Michigan on April 15, where he claimed that he and other protesters were wrong labeled as extremists.

“I’m here for one reason and one reason only: It’s ‘I love America,'” Wurzelbacher told the crowd. “Mainstream media wants to paint us as a bunch of extremists, right? We’re in search of liberty and our freedoms. What’s so extreme about that?” […]

“Let me give you another extremist view, ‘In God We Trust,'” he said to wild applause. “Say that too loud in some parts of America and you will be shot. It’s terrible.” “‘In God We Trust’ … too loud in some parts of America and you will be shot.”

Where in America can you be shot for saying “In God We Trust”?  I can’t think of anywhere in the UsofA where that might happen.  Can you?

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54 responses to “Joe The Plumber Suggests Lynching Chris Dodd ~ Trout Boy

  1. Steve

    Good old Joe. I wonder what it is like to have your 15 minuites of fame associated with the biggest egg the GOP laid in 40something years.

    Summary of SOS Clinton, Obama Latin American policy and current events in Honduras:

    http://www.nytimes.com/2009/06/30/world/americas/30honduras.html?_r=1&hp

  2. Steve

    Lengthy Vanity Fair article on Palin (highly critical)

    http://www.vanityfair.com/politics/features/2009/08/sarah-palin200908?printable=true&currentPage=all

    I read most of it. Its decent

  3. Morning peeps,
    Someone should lynch Joe the plumber!

  4. AmeRICANInSURGEnt

    Instead of cheering for your team Steve. How about addressing the issue of protest being acts of low level terrorism. WTF are we? China?! Hopfully someday you people will realize its about being human and doing the right thing.Not a rediculous two party system where the new boss looks a like like the old boss,preventative detention for crimes an individual might commit? Hopfully gay marrige wont be a considered a crime or some bloggers on this site might be preventativly detained for daydreaming about gettin’ hitched.

  5. Steve

    I nominate Chris Dodd to do the honors

  6. luvdat-tryannyusastyle

    I must know one thing , has our collective IQ drop to such a level that we have allowed these false flag terror events setting up a ridiculous war on terror where the fine American military has been degraded to nothing more than a clone army, and the American public cheering for the complete destruction of our constitutional rights. If anyone here has actually has done a bit of research , for that’s all it will take to realize, that we no-longer live in a constitutionally run country and we no-longer have any of our founding rights. By the way i’m organizing a support group for the all time riches child molester michael jackson lets all show our support what a guy, forget this human rights stuff it is way over rated anyhow , just ask Clinton, Bush, Bush, and Obama. BTW im not organizing anything

  7. Steve I saw a thing on the news yesterday that he plans to return on Thursday, be interesting to see if he makes an attempt to.

    Well I see we have new comers, how exciting!

    🙂

  8. nannymm

    Brian, I had no idea you were dreaming about marriage! 😉

  9. Steve

    Americaninsurgent, I would love to answer your question, if I could make sense out of your post. Welcome aboard. In the meantime, Go Team Go! I am cheering for you.

  10. Steve

    If Zelaya returns, I hope he gets rid of the jammies he has been wearing for the last week.

  11. dnd

    Steve,
    That V.F. piece on Palin was really fascinating. Most telling in the last paragraph:

    “Only two years have elapsed since William Kristol and his colleagues disembarked from one of them and hearkened to her siren call.”

    The Sarah Palin story seems to be straight out of Ulysses.

    I have yet to come up with a story from Greek mythology that relates to Joe the plumber 😉

  12. AmeRICANInSURGEnt

    How about addressing the issue of protest being acts of low level terrorism. Was my point.

  13. AmeRICANInSURGEnt

    I find it interesting that the protest signs in Iran are in english.

  14. AmeRICANInSURGEnt, tell us about yourself, we’re a small community here, introduce yourself.

  15. TempeBev

    Maybe it will be Sarah and Joe in 2012. They make a great pair.

  16. Bad day for Sarah, apparently Vanity Fair has a rather unflattering piece on her out today but I haven’t seen it yet.

  17. Finally Minn. Supreme Court rules Franken won!

  18. Court Rules Franken Has Won Senate Seat

    The Minnesota Supreme Court has just issued its long-awaited judgment in the Senate race, declaring that Democrat Al Franken is the winner.

    The unanimous decision was released after a seven-months long battle over the seat formerly held by Norm Coleman.

    http://thecaucus.blogs.nytimes.com/2009/06/30/court-rules-franken-has-won-senate-seat/

  19. Steve

    Brian, I posted a link to the Palin thing earlier in the thread. Its further up. DND, glad you read and enjoyed it.

    American Insurgent, glad to have an alternative view here. We have a regular named Anon Paranoid who comes in and gives some interesting points.

    Its been a very nice and mild day here

  20. I was sick as a dog yesterday, cut me slack! Damn blog police!

  21. Steve

    Franken waited 238 days for the seat.

  22. Now lets see how many days gov. mullet can stall before certifying it.

  23. dnd

    Will Coleman take this to Federal Court?
    Would they take it?
    Will Pawlenty certify the vote as he promised?
    Will Minnesota finally have two Senators?

    Will Sanford hit on Palin?

    The dogs bark but the caravan moves on.

  24. I’d like to see the Dems in Minn. start running some heavy hit spots on TV asking what the gov is waiting for, the court has ruled.

  25. Steve

    If Zelaya returns, he will be arrested. Also, Hondras is prepared for “Venzuelan Invasion,” curfew in place from dusk to dawn.

    http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2009/06/30/AR2009063001601.html?hpid=topnews

  26. Steve

    Pawlenty knows he can make a name for himself by being a problem. He will do his best to void the election. Just my guess.

  27. Both Franken and Coleman are having press conferences this afternoon, Coleman first.

  28. Steve

    Are they going to be on C-Span or anything?

  29. I think MSNBC is going to be showing both

  30. I suspect Senator Franken will be on a late flight to DC tonight.

  31. trout boy

    excellent news. Doesn’t this make the senate now 60 dems?

  32. dnd

    Yes this is 60 dems. But with Kennedy & Byrd on the DL, and the fact that the dems don’t always tow the party line, not sure what the significance is.

    “I’m not a member of an organized political party. I’m a Democrat.”

    — Will Rogers.

  33. Pawlenty said he would sign the certificate.

    “The Minnesota Supreme Court has today addressed the issues surrounding the accuracy and integrity of our election system during the 2008 U.S. Senate race in Minnesota. In light of that decision and Senator Coleman’s announcement that he will not be pursuing an appeal, I will be signing the election certificate today as directed by the court and applicable law.

    “I would like to thank Senator Coleman for his service. As state solicitor general, Mayor of Saint Paul and United States Senator, he has been an extraordinary leader and public servant for Minnesota.

    “I also want to congratulate Al Franken and wish him well as he serves the people of Minnesota.”

  34. “But with Kennedy & Byrd on the DL”

    As long as they have a pulse they will both be there for the health care vote!

  35. Steve

    Its now finally time for the “Al Franken Decade”

  36. dnd

    Sanford Gone Wild!

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2009/06/30/mark-sanford-admits-addit_n_223140.html

    So was Mark “horn-dog” Sanford cheating on his mistress too?

  37. TempeBev

    Isn’t “60” a nice number?

  38. dnd

    Hey Steve, Todd Purdum, author of the Palin piece in V. F. is suppose to be on Hardball tonight.

    For those who haven’t read it yet, it’s an interesting read.

  39. Steve

    Dnd, I will have to watch it on the internet. Wife gets the tv for a while. I have been watching NGC documentaries this PM

  40. Steve

    More on Honduras: Zelaya will return on Thursday with Presidents of Ecuador and Argentina. New govt claims Zelaya was smuggling in drugs from Venezeula, UN says Zelaya must be restored. US hints Honduras could lose 50 million in foreign aid. Wapo coverage is better than NY Times on this one.

    http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2009/06/30/AR2009063000361.html

  41. Interesting, not email alters from newsmax about Minn.

    😆

  42. dnd

    Will Franken impact the Sotomayor nomination or is this already a done deal?

  43. Looks like the health care ad wars are starting to heat up. so far I think our side has the better campaign.

  44. dog's eye view

    Good evening all. Watching a restrained but still technicolor North Carolina sunset and sucking down a Manhattan.

    Such good news that Minnesota Senate seat finally decided.

    I think Gov. Pawlenty would NOT have certified the election had Coleman not conceded, and thank you Norm for doing so.

    52 comments when I checked in. Congratulations “baby” blog.

    And welcome Insurgent, but I don’t understand your point about expressing your political views being “low level terrorism”, if that was your point.

    Nanny: welcome back and glad you are feeling better.

    Bev: glad you had a good DC trip and have fun in SLC.

    Hello to all.

    Who is doing what for Independence Day?

  45. dog's eye view

    from the Vanity Fair Todd Purdem story on Sarah Palin, by way of Talking Points Memo:

    “[McCain’s close friends/advisors] all know that if their candidate–a 72-year-old cancer survivor–had won the presidency, the vice-presidency would be in the hands of a woman who lacked the knowledge, the preparation, the aptitude, and the temperament for the job.”

    Kind of says it all.

    And that said, Western North Carolina has MANY Sarah Palin fans.

    Scary.

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