Joe the Plumber: “…I’m not a whore, brother, you understand that?”

(JOPLIN, Mo.) After telling a group of voters at the Icet for Auditor rally to

(JOPLIN, Mo.) After telling a group of voters at the Icet for Auditor rally to “question” their political leaders, ‘Joe the Plumber’ didn’t appreciate our question.

“Alright – the question almost infers that i’m doing a bad thing, and I don’t really care for the question. That’s one of those questions that’s really silly, you guys pulling the republicans, the republicans pulling the democrats, it’s just a bunch of bullshit,” ‘Joe’ said after being asked whether or not he was being paid to support Allen Icet.

He says, “No i’m not being paid to be here – but my expenses are being covered to be here.”

On whether or not he would be supporting Icet if he wasn’t being paid, ‘Joe’ says, “Well yeah – absolutely, I’ve endorsed a lot of other people around the country that I haven’t been able to make it to, … but it’s not about money.”

‘Joe’ says, “And let me explain this – out of 140 requests – 7 – that means I’m not a whore, brother, you understand that?”

He says he supports Icet after, “[going] through his voting record and through what he had done and asked him some questions on some taxes that were raised when he was a rep, and asked him about some trips that he had taken, and I really go through everything to find out what’s going on and why he did it and why he think he had to do it and then at the same time i’m measuring the man – his character and his integrity.”

He says other states, like Missouri, are relevant to him in Ohio because, “Unfortunately now, what happens in other states effects other states and the money that we send in – a lot of it went to, California, [or,] how much is it, 47 billion dollars you guys got here in Missouri.”

‘Joe’ says, “So it does effect me and I look at it – I take my notoriety and try to get good americans elected.””

Joe is on a State Wide tour with Allen Icet in hopes of getting Icet, who has been serving as the House Budget Committee Chairman, elected as Missouri’s State auditor.

Icet is competing in a primary election against Tom Schweich, who’s been endorsed most notably by Governor Romney (for free) on August 3.

(AUDIO of the Interview)

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