Joe the plumber out at jeep?

It appears Samuel Wuzelbacher and Toledo Jeep may have parted ways. The public Joe the Plumber has been seen stumping for Republicans last week in Lewiston Idaho. Rumors have it the outspoken Joe has allegedly moved on to other things after working as a Jeep Temporary Part Time employee for about 9 months. Some of the Jeep TPPs were working up to 50 hours a week, not bad for temporary work. But the life of a production worker especially at the most efficient American auto plant can become a grueling grind that only those with a strongest constitution can withstand. I imagine Joe has a new respect for those that work at Toledo Jeep.

Joe the Plumber in Lewiston on behalf of local candidate; event held Saturday http://www.klewtv.com/news/local/Joe-the-Plumber-278078841.html

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As I've written here before, my nephew has worked at Jeep for about a year and describes it as like working in Hell. He says that the gang activity is rampant as a result of the company working with a Detroit staffing agency. He observes that drug dealing is prevalent (especially prescription drugs) and he has talked to the union rep about it.

That's why I haven't (and won't) buy a UAW car made by an employee who can't be fired. It's not you father's U.S. auto industry.

Is your nephew still employed at Jeep? I'll grant you the work is tough and many suffer repetitive injuries caused by the work loads and the long hours. These are prescribed medications so the injured can cope but many end up with long term injuries. I think you'll find the same thing going on in the nonunion plants. Probably more black market drugs in the nonunion plants because they cannot get off to see a doctor. The work is HELL and being a forty year old makes it even worse.

Statements made are the opinion of the writer who is exercising his first amendment right to freedom of speech. Freedom of speech in the United States is protected by the First Amendment to the United States Constitution and are generally permitted.

I'm sure you WATCHED enough other people work while you were on Supervision, to know all you need to know about work.

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MikeyA

I love it when Republicans post things that are misspelled. It just goes to show exactly how stupid their rants about education and cuts to education really are.

And even better is when Democrats vote for a President who thinks there are 57 states! Now if that doesn't make you giddy with excitement for our Country--nothing will.

You know what's better than that?

When Republicans like you and MikeyA vote for a drunk driver.

Now if that doesn't make you weep for America, nothing will.

Wow--you really put me in my place.

The People's Choice for Biggest Troll on Swampubbles is really hitting us hard today!

We better watch where we step Galt. I don't know if I can take much more of this.

MikeyA

Can't say it enough for it to sink in to you. I don't care about spelling on here.

MikeyA

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