a term that was used in the 2008 final presidential debate to describe somebody that works hard and is worried about the economy of our coutry.
We all need to follow the example of Joe the Plumber to make America a better country economically
by da gloria October 16, 2008
The ex-hardcore-porn movie actor who does plumbing for the neighbors occasionally. He is also planning to be an entrepreneur in the future, had a brief conversation with Barack Obama, and worries that the tax plans under the new administration will affect his plans for the big bright future.

Generally considered the same IQ, a little bit higher or lower than Joe six pack-- depending on your religious beliefs.
Person A: "Dude, did you watch Obama and McCain talking about Joe the plumber? I really enjoyed it! I feel I know a whole lot more about the economic plans of the two presidential candidates"

Person B: "Pathetic!"
by TlPbBiPoAtRn October 15, 2008
Ordinary person who works hard, hard worker, tradesman, craftsman, down-to-earth person, worker
Paraphrased from a quote in a New York Times story about business travel in the late 1980s--

"now business executives travel in economy class with Joe the plumber using his frequent flier miles"

NOTE: If anyone has any questions about this entry, please let me know.

by Joel Bader January 02, 2008
My plumber
Baby, don't use the upstairs toilet. I need to call local, everyday, average guy Joe the Plumber to help bail us out.
by Drew Daddy October 15, 2008

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