Fame is a drain, Joe the Plumber says

Tea party darling endures politics because he has to, he tells crowd

Joe Wurzelbacher, known as Joe the Plumber since his impromptu questioning of then-Sen. Barack Obama in the 2008 presidential campaign, urged about 125 people in front of the Mesa County Courthouse on Monday morning to become politically involved.



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Joe Wurzelbacher, known as Joe the Plumber since his impromptu questioning of then-Sen. Barack Obama in the 2008 presidential campaign, urged about 125 people in front of the Mesa County Courthouse on Monday morning to become politically involved.

Joe Wurzelbacher, the Ohio man better known as Joe the Plumber, cajoled and charmed about 125 people in front of the old Mesa County Courthouse on Monday. “I hate politics,”…




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