It’s pretty cold outside the spotlight, huh, Joe The Plumber?
Samuel Wurzelbacher, the discarded Republican gimmick from the presidential election, is now taking shots at the RNC Chairman Michael Steele for the new gimmick of trying to make the Grand Old Party more hip-hop.
“Unfortunately we have a chairman up there who wants to redefine conservatism; he wants to make it hip hop, put it in a new package and sell it,” The Plumber told WisPolitics.com.
“You can’t sell principles; either you have them or you don’t,” he added.
Joe The Plumber shouldn’t be ripping on Steele’s idea; he should use it to extend the final seconds of his 15 minutes of fame. Steele should get Wurzelbacher and Sarah Palin in the studio together. The Plumber and The Moose Killer — or, The Ridiculous Ruses — could drop rhymes as on their title track, “Public Image No. 1.”