If he becomes prez, we could call him President Plumberbutt
It seems that he has found a district of fellow dummies who think that he is the answer. I still want to know if he ever worked in the field of plumbing!
Heck, if he just shows a valid uncontroversial birth certificate, he will be more qualified than the current President was when in the Senate.
And by now I'm sure the Republican Party has learned much better how to vet a Candidate. The question is whether the Democrats have. Very doubtful!
Good luck to Joe!
If I was a member of the Republican leadership, I would be hesitant about using the term 'plumber' when discussing GOP members
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