Grover Norquist is the guy who collected signatures from many Republicans pledging that they will not vote to raise revenue under any circumstances. He brags that Republicans haven't voted for a income tax increase since 1990.
Believe me. We've noticed.
“The tax issue is the most powerful issue in American politics” Norquist said to Kroft.
Here I always thought our annual national deficits and snowballing debt was the most powerful issue in American politics.
“I intend to win. I intend to be part of the whole effort to crush the other team,” Norquist said.
There's something wonderfully compassionate, all inclusive and apple pie about a person wanting to crush the other team, idd'in it?
But don't worry Grover, you are not only a part of the whole effort to crush the U.S. Government and put our economic future in grave danger, you are easily ranked in the top of our nation's worst domestic enemies.
Although Dems tend to blame you for complicating the supercommittee's process, you would be little more than a unknown random person had not those foolishly misguided elected officials signed your idiotic pledge to abandon their fiscal responsibility as outlined in the U.S. Constitution. I blame them first. Without them making that leap, you would be nowhere and America for the past 20 years would have been raising the revenue and paying its bills without saddling our children and grandchildren with this huge mountain of debt. But you did it Grover and we will hold you and those traitors accountable.
You won't have to worry about that.