Joe Wurzelbacher continues to go around the country motivating the grassroots the way that he did after he was first propelled onto the national scene as the Ohio man who dared to question President Obama’s tax schemes and was nicknamed “Joe the Plumber”. Touring around the State of Wisconsin with Americans for Prosperity during their recent Spending Revolt Tour, Joe addresses the crowds and inspires them with his no non-nonsense, common man conservative speech. In a beige flannel shirt and blue jeans, Joe talked to me on one of his stops for AFP, and was willing to answer some questions about why its important to him to continue to spread the message that has defined him.

    Here are five questions I asked Joe:

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