We love a good Florida Man story around here. And today, that man just happens […]
After a month of some public and private sniping, NASBA and AICPA seem to be […]
(UPDATE) Oh Look, The Romney Campaign Doesn’t Like the Tax Policy Center’s Most Recent Analysis of Its Tax Plan
Those mischievous little number crunchers over at the Tax Policy Center are at it again! […]
The Wall Street Journal, For One, Has No Problem Making Mitt Romney’s Tax Plan Mathematically Possible
Late yesterday (or for you nostalgic types, in today's print edition), the Wall Street Journal […]
Last week, tax slayer Grover Norquist chimed in on the Ex-PATRIOT Act, legislation that was […]
Earlier we learned that Virginia Congressman Frank Wolf is completely creeped out by Tax Terminator Grover Norquist’s BSD status in the Republican Party.
It’s been bothering Mr. Wolf so much that his “conscience” compelled him to give a speech on the House floor today to remind everyone what kind of Grover company keeps (i.e. the “unsavory” kind).
And since Grover has Viking DNA coursing through his veins, you’d be a monkey’s uncle if you thought that he was going to let this shit slide:
Norquist branded Wolf’s speech a “hissy fit” and a “compilation of whack job criticisms.” He added that he thought the Virginia Republican, one of the relatively few GOP members of Congress to have not signed the tax pledge, was lashing out at him because he did not want to call out his Republican colleagues. “He is the only Republican arguing that tax increases are a good idea,” Norquist told The Hill. “What he has is a problem with the American people and the modern Reagan Republican Party.”
But hey, GN is old political cat; he knows how the game is played:
“[I]f he wants to chew on my ankles, I can take it.”
How’s that for a visual?
Norquist: GOP lawmaker’s criticism ‘beneath him’ [OTM/The Hill]