Joe The Plumber, aka Joe Wurzelbacher, the Toledo plumber who became the hot topic of the last Presidential debate due to his rope-line confrontation with Barack Obama's over the Democratic candidate's tax plan, may not be a plumber, and may not be planning to buy a plumbing business where he will be netting $250,000 a year.
He isn't in the Toledo Yellow Pages and it's more likely that his existence as a plumber buying a $250K business is as sincere as Sarah Palin asking Joe Biden if she can call him "Joe."
Isn't it interesting that Joe is buying a business that is making a profit of exactly $250K, the Obama tax break minimum. If we're talking a business that is bottom lining at $250K, a standard business acquisition falls into the 4 to 1 investment area, which would call for Joe READ THE REST OF WHAT LOOKS LIKE A LOT OF JOE CROCK HERE
Award-winning TV writer, Steve Young, is author of "Great Failures of the Extremely Successful" (www.greatfailure.com) and blogs at the appropriately named steveyoungonpolitics.com