File photo of Joe Wurzelbacher, also known as "Joe the Plumber" in Mentor, OhioWith the aid of Brendan O'Brien (Reuters) – An Ohio man who rose to fame as "Joe the Plumber" via difficult then-presidential candidate Barack Obama on tax policy in 2008 has taken a unionized job with one of the vital U.S. Giant Three automakers, he said on his site. Samuel Joseph Wurzelbacher, a conservative, introduced on Sunday that he recently had the "fortune of being hired with the aid of a really perfect firm", Chrysler Enterprise, the place all workers have to be United Vehicle Workers union individuals. "Can a conservative work safely and soundly in a union environment – in a store full of union staff, activists, voters and existence-long supporters of the Democrat Party? "Most union workers have no longer been mean, and reasonably a few asked me questions and talked with me and are cool with me," he wrote.