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October 16, 2008 / Toby Dayton

Joetheplumber.com Benefits from 24 ‘Joe The Plumber’ Mentions in Debate

It’ll drop off just as rapidly, but this site had to have received the largest traffic boost in a single day in the history of the web.

Humorously, Joe had a tax lien placed on him by the State of Ohio for $1,100 a few years back and isn’t even a licensed plumber. He also admitted today that given his tax bracket, he’d benefit more under Obama’s tax plan than McCain’s. Maybe McCain and his team should have done their homework before resorting to shallow, brainless, hollow gimmicks.

5 Comments

  1. Anonymous / Oct 17 2008 4:22 am

    I have to completely agree. I skipped the new episode of South Park to watch the debate, and to my expectations, McCain did not disappoint with the standard Bush-esque rhetoric to degrade his opponent. I think my favorite part of the debate was when Bob Schieffer asked McCain if he felt Sarah Palin could handle taking over as President. I’m still waiting for a straight answer on that one, and I am positive the American people are as well.

  2. aaroninnes / Oct 16 2008 11:22 pm

    I have to completely agree. I skipped the new episode of South Park to watch the debate, and to my expectations, McCain did not disappoint with the standard Bush-esque rhetoric to degrade his opponent. I think my favorite part of the debate was when Bob Schieffer asked McCain if he felt Sarah Palin could handle taking over as President. I'm still waiting for a straight answer on that one, and I am positive the American people are as well.

  3. plumbing / Nov 12 2008 4:29 am

    rapidly, but this site had to have received the largest traffic boost in a single day in the history of the web.

  4. plumbing / Nov 12 2008 10:29 am

    rapidly, but this site had to have received the largest traffic boost in a single day in the history of the web.

  5. plumbing / Nov 12 2008 10:29 am

    rapidly, but this site had to have received the largest traffic boost in a single day in the history of the web.

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