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Southern Sense is a show of conservative talk on news and events, with Annie "The Radio Chick" Ubelis as host and Dan Butcher, Pundit Press as co-host.
Guest: Samuel Joseph Wurzelbacher, better known by the nickname "Joe the Plumber", is an American conservative activist and commentator.
Joe (#the Plumber) gained national prominence when he asked then presidential candidate, Barack Obama, a question about his tax plan. The conversation was captured by an ABC cameraman and Joe's life would never again be the same. His story came to symbolize the idea of "spreading the wealth" in the 2008 presidential campaign.
Through massive amounts of mud-slinging and name bashing, Joe never backed down from his principles. To this day he continues to fight for the working man so they have the opportunity to fulfill their true American Dream.
This show is dedicated to: Detective Kerrie Orozco, Omaha Police Department, Nebraska, End of Watch: Wednesday, May 20, 2015
Informative, fun, irreverent and politically incorrect, you never know where we'll go, but you'll love the journey!
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Joe “The Plumber” Wurzelbacher crashed on the scene in 2008 when a chance run-in with then candidate Barack Obama allowed Joe to confront the soon-to-be president on his tax-and-spend Socialist philosophy. It was then, in a moment of clarity, Barack Obama let slip his real agenda; “I just want to spread some of that wealth around…”
Indeed, and no truer words have been spoken, it turns out.
Candidates immediately began adopting Joe as their guy in the middle class, mentioning “Joe the Plumber” on talk shows, stump speeches and even televised debates.
But Joe Wurzelbacher had plans other than being a prop for these wanna be Presidential hopefuls: Joe began touring the country, talking about the things he loves and believes will help our country. GOD, Patriotism, Respect, Honor, Courage; ideals that made America the best country in the world.
In 2008, my life changed when Barack Obama came into my front yard on a campaign stop. I asked him why he wanted to raise taxes, and he said that he wanted to “spread the wealth.” Since then, I have gained a national following as “Joe the Plumber” and now travel the country speaking and encouraging other everyday folks to get involved in the political process. Read more at http://joeforamerica.com/about/#jszubofXQuackuu4.99
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