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Sunday, September 04, 2005

There is a special level in Hell reserved for Grover Norquist.


The Democrats should use this as a rallying cry.

' Senate Minority Leader Harry M. Reid (Nev.) implored Republicans late last week to drop plans to take up permanent repeal of the estate tax soon after Congress returns to work. "With thousands presumed dead after Hurricane Katrina and families uprooted all along the Gulf Coast, giving tax breaks to millionaires should be the last thing on the Senate's agenda," Reid said.'

With Katrina shining a flashlight under his slimy rock:

"I don't think Republicans will be fooled into taking this necessary spending and using it to oppose pro-growth tax cuts," said Grover G. Norquist of Americans for Tax Reform, who castigated Reid for "using this tragedy and those deaths for his own political desires."

Jesus, surely we can't let them get away with that.

Jonathan Weisman, WaPo via BuzzFlash

Graphic courtesy of Skippy

1 Comments:

Blogger Grandpa Eddie said...

The last thing those rich bastards need is another tax cut. We've got people who are dying and all the repukes can think about is saving money for the top 1%. They can kiss my everlovin' ass!

Fixer's got a post about repuke warnings to dems.
STFU*

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