Joe The Plumber: Gun Control Caused The Holocaust | Samuel Wurzelbacher, famously known as ‘Joe The Plumber,’ is running for Congress this year on a platform of party-line Republican reforms, including gun control. But while it’s only natural that he would make a campaign advertisement around the issue, the tack he took is rather unusual — Wurzelbacher has a new advertisement in which he says that gun control laws are responsible for the Armenian genocide and the Holocaust of the Jews. What’s more, he explains the theory while loading his gun and shooting fruits and vegetables. Watch it:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eBTDMLZw … r_embedded
I can't beleive what people are saying today
Make a video and upload it to YouTube whether it makes sense or not. I guess everyone has a right to look stupid
Yes Stacie, everyone reserves the right to show how stupid they are. It's a common occurrence.
For some, demonstrating how stupid you are helps get you more votes.
Some people vote for candidates who seem like "regular guys" and hate those they think are too intelligent.
Simple people like simple answers, and the ruling matrix loves simple people.
Gotta hand it to Joe.
I don't think anti-extermination has been used as a campaign platform before.
It almost strikes me as Rovian.
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