What Plumbers Do After They've Been Made Famous to Illustrate a Political Point

They, too, write books! But Samuel "Joe the Plumber" Wurzelbacher won't be spending a lot of time dilly-dallying like those namby-pamby members of the media elite. He'll get right to work, publishing "Joe the Plumber: Fighting for the American Dream" on December 1 of this year. If 13 days seems too long to wait, Wurzelbacher's website is already up and running.

By Rachel Hartigan Shea |  November 18, 2008; 8:00 AM ET Rachel Hartigan Shea
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From Joe's website: "Since we have launched this website, tens of thousands of you have expressed your desire to join this movement."

I'll pass on joining this movement or buying his book. Instead I think I'll rent Meet John Doe. The movies are better than real life in this case.

Posted by: prokaryote | November 18, 2008 1:41 PM

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