by lalaland13/Chief Plumbing Correspondent
TOLEDO, OHIO – The man known as “Joe the Plumber” was mentioned repeatedly during Wednesday’s debate, and now the Ohio secretary of state’s office has confirmed that Joe Wurzelbacher is the only voter to escape being challenged by the Republicans.
“He’s the only one we know for sure will be able to vote without being challenged or questioned,” a spokesman for the state said. “The other millions of voters are being challenged for alleged ties to ACORN. Who knows?”
There were reports that ACORN turned in registrations for pro athletes like Tony Romo and Terell Owens, but a Republican lawyer said Romo, quarterback of the Dallas Cowboys, will be turned away if he attempts to vote in The Buckeye State.
“He’s got a broken pinky, and we believe the law will support that someone must have full use of all digits to vote in this election,” attorney Darren MacDonald said.
Joe could not be reached for comment, as he was busy choosing from a variety of pretty ladies provided by each campaign.