All Joe Boy has to do is to read from a teleprompter, filled with the latest BS from the Israeli government on how Israel is the victim.
Yes, it's ALWAYS about Israel and how they are a nation of peace loving people, always besieged by those mean and nasty Ayyyrabs. That's why the IDF is forced, forced, I tell you to bomb Gazan schools, health clinics, mosques, water treatment plants, power stations and day care centers.
"Don't forget your plunger Joe. Some of those king-size turds you're trying to pump into America might pop back up!"
Joe the Plumber calls on Obama to help Israel
Monday, Jan. 12, 2009
ASHKELON, Israel -- Joe the Plumber called on President-elect Barack Obama on Monday to help Israel in its campaign against Hamas.
The plumber-turned-war correspondent has been unabashed in his support of Israel's two-week campaign against Hamas in the Gaza Strip and has been touring the Gaza border region and Israeli towns hit by Palestinian rocket fire.
"President Obama has already spoken about what he would do here. That if his daughters were living here he would take whatever means necessary to protect his daughters. So I just hope he carries through with it, but that is going to be up to him," said Joe, whose real name is Samuel J. Wurzelbacher.
On Sunday, Wurzelbacher had nothing but contempt for Israel's critics and the mainstream media - who he said was not presenting the full story behind the campaign, which has left more than 870 Palestinians and 13 Israelis dead.
"Hey Joe, how do you plan on spinning the planned IDF invasion of Egypt? Just another one of those necessary Israeli incursions into a neighboring country for "security" purposes that poor, defenseless Israel has forced upon her?
If talks fail, Israeli officials told the New York Times that it was likely that the "third phase" of the war would begin. As well as occupying Gaza City, Israeli troops would seize a strip of land at least 500 metres wide inside Egypt—an act of war that threatens a wider conflict. Israeli war planes have been intensively bombing the border in a bid to destroy cross-border tunnels and, in doing so, frequently infringing Egyptian air space. Yesterday, Israeli air strikes near the Rafah border crossing wounded three Egyptian policemen, two seriously, as well as two children.
Sections of the political and military establishment are pressing for an even more aggressive approach to stamp Israeli control over Gaza. Retired general Avigdor BenGal told the Times: "We need to conquer the Gaza Strip and put the Hamas military and political leaders on a French ship to leave Gaza for good, just as we did with [former Palestinian leader Yasser] Arafat in Beirut in 1982. We've already conquered a bigger Arab city than Gaza [namely, Beirut], our army is trained and fit for the mission. The politicians should give the order."
Ominously, unnamed Israeli officials have hinted to the media that the current military offensive potentially has a planned "phase four"—the full reoccupation of Gaza and the toppling of the Hamas regime.
Egypt, under the bought and paid for Mubarak, will not respond to Israeli violations of her air and land.
Mubarak is too much in love with his power over Egyptians and all of that loot he gets from the USA and Israel.
Such is the life of a quisling.