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November 26, 2012
We’ve got some people discussing impure thoughts on national television.
Grover Norquist, on some Republicans’ recent comments that they’d break the Americans for Tax Reform pledge to reach a deal that avoids the fiscal cliff.  (via officialssay)

I’m starting an organization called Americans for Purity Reform and having people sign a pledge with this phrase: “I will not take Grover Norquist seriously.” 
18:58 // 1 year ago
November 12, 2012
thecallus:

officialssay:

“The president was … elected on the basis that he was not Romney and that Romney was a poopy-head.” — Grover Norquist on Obama’s reelection and the looming fiscal cliff. Watch it on CBS.

Everyone is America is an infant except for me, because not wanting to pay taxes is a noble, adult endeavor.

This is what we give our airtime to, America. Grown men using the phrase “poopy-head.”

thecallus:

officialssay:

“The president was … elected on the basis that he was not Romney and that Romney was a poopy-head.” — Grover Norquist on Obama’s reelection and the looming fiscal cliff. Watch it on CBS.

Everyone is America is an infant except for me, because not wanting to pay taxes is a noble, adult endeavor.

This is what we give our airtime to, America. Grown men using the phrase “poopy-head.”

(via thecallus-deactivated20130520)

10:34 // 1 year ago
August 26, 2011
No you’re not. 

No you’re not. 

12:58 // 2 years ago
August 3, 2011

Who is this Grover Norquist dude, and how did he manage to score so much influence amongst Republicans in the debt-ceiling debate? Alan Simpson — a Republican who helped head Obama’s bipartisan deficit committee earlier this year — called out Norquist for seemingly forcing the GOP into a no-compromise corner on tax increases. “If Grover Norquist is more powerful than the President of the United States and the Congress,” Simpson told Lawrence O’Donnell, “he should run for President.” Harsh words, bro.

21:12 // 2 years ago