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Happy Grover Norquist Day!

“Last week, Bradley Whitford, who played White House Deputy Chief of Staff Josh Lyman on the long-running NBC drama ‘The West Wing’ (1999-2006), was on Capitol Hill along with series star Martin Sheen to lobby for union-backed ‘card check’ legislation,” reports the Green & Glover Undercover column in today’s Washington Times. “In a jab at (anti-tax champion Grover Norquist, President of Americans for Tax Reform), the actor gibed, ‘There will never be a Grover Norquist Day,’ alluding to March 31 being labor icon Cesar Chavez’s birthday.”

Since few things are as satisfying in life than making dunder-head liberals eat their words, I hereby propose the establishment of an official Grover Norquist Day! His birthday is October 19, but that may or may not be the most appropriate day for the festivities. Leave your recommendations for the best date to celebrate Grover Norquist Day below, as well suggestions for appropriate celebratory activities.


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