"I'm not getting paid for things. It's starting to get hard to eat," the now-famous Joe the Plumber tells INSIDE EDITION's Deborah Norville.What is this, Russia?
On the eve of election day, Joe, a single dad, told INSIDE EDITION he's getting by with help from friends and family, along with donations from well-wishers. "It's hard being on the receiving end, a little bit of pride gets in there sometimes," admits Joe. "So you just go to the mailbox and there's an envelope with a check in it, written to your name?" marvels Norville. "Yes ma'am," Joe says.With the help of these unidentified checks from shadowy sources, Joe has been able to do some pro bono plumbing for his friend—an Obama supporter. Of course, if McCain won, Joe would probably be set for life. But he won't, so Joe better get back to plumbin'. He has the potential to dominate the Holland, Ohio drain cleaning market, if he acts now. [Inside Edition]