And no reason to be subtle, he said, as long as folks inform themselves. “I don’t believe there’s two sides to every story. It’s black and white,” Wurzelbacher explained. “There’s right and wrong.”
One thing that needs to be done, he said, is killing this stimulus package, because it’s just another example of “American government” — Republicans and Democrats — “kicking our butts left and right.” He also called it welfare.
As for his own political career, America will just have to wait six years until his son grows up.
“I don’t know if the American public deserve me,” he said, “but my son definitely deserves my time now.”
Normally, I would agree that the American public doesn’t deserve to be governed by someone like Joe the Plumber, but these days I am not so sure. If there was a way I could have the Republicans governed by Joe the Plumber and Sarah Palin, and the rest of us led by others, I would do it in a heartbeat.
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BTW, as many commenters have pointed out, black and white and right and wrong are two sides to a story.