Decision 2012 has become a fight, putting Joe versus Joe.
Northwest Ohio's Joe the Plumber is taking issue with what he called a knock to all plumbers by Vice President Joe Biden.
The VP said Tuesday that Republican Mitt Romney's experience making money for investors doesn't make him anymore qualified to be President than it does to make him a plumber.
Those comments didn't sit well with our infamous plumber. Samuel Wurzelbacher, who is trying to unseat Marcy Kaptur in the 9th Congressional District , responded to Biden's remarks saying killing jobs and raising taxes does not qualify you to be president.
You may recall Wurzelbacher rose to fame during the 2008 presidential campaign when he questioned then candidate Barack Obama during a stop in Springfield Township.,