Grover Norquist the Fool Who Would Be King: Rise of a GOP Dictator

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Grover Norquist. The Man. The Myth. The Little Dictator.

The hard hitting deep coverage you would expect from a political satire.

This book gives more honest information about Grover Norquist than any other source. Unfortunately, the reality is painfully humorous. In an end-of-the-world kind of humor.

Grover Norquist is a mere lobbyist who has convinced ninety percent of the ...

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Overview

Grover Norquist. The Man. The Myth. The Little Dictator.

The hard hitting deep coverage you would expect from a political satire.

This book gives more honest information about Grover Norquist than any other source. Unfortunately, the reality is painfully humorous. In an end-of-the-world kind of humor.

Grover Norquist is a mere lobbyist who has convinced ninety percent of the Republican party to pledge alligiance to him, instead of to their office. Treason is a bed covered with the mantel of Grover Norquist.

Grover Norquist is a pair of bad shoes, pinching the Nation's feet. The GOP worships a lobbyist and the nation struggles to find We The People.

Can't we all agree to just throw away this twisted, ugly, uptight pair of cramped Norquist pumps? Lady Liberty's feet just can't be shoved into such a narrow, non-functional solution.

Chapters include the real scoop, in a crazy, yummy Neapolitan of dreamy satire.

Chapter 1 -- Grover Norquist. The Little Dictator of Democracy

Chapter 2 -- Birth! Behold Ayn Rand Conceived a Child! Let's call him Grover after a bad President

Chapter 3 -- Childhood. It's so very hard to be the son of a Vice President of a major corporation. Becoming the schoolyard bully was inevitable

Chapter 4 -- College Years. Yeah Nixon! Grover Love you so very much! Oh, and a little bit of cross-dressing too

Chapter 5 -- Rise of the Little Dictator - and transparency is just for the little people.

Chapter 6 --The Fall! Alas, poor Norquist, I knew him well

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781481931878
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
  • Publication date: 2/3/2013
  • Pages: 64
  • Sales rank: 1,048,751
  • Product dimensions: 5.25 (w) x 8.00 (h) x 0.13 (d)

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  • Posted February 12, 2013

    I¿m not much of a political person and the title might be a big

    I’m not much of a political person and the title might be a big turn off for most of you, but don’t let fooled. If you have the minimum of knowledge in this matter I’m sure you will get all the humor this book unveils right before your eyes.

    “Grover Norquist The Fool Who Would Be King” makes you laugh at the cruel reality that surrounds us. Stephen Paul West listed all the political truths but in a certain way that instead of crying you will most definitely laugh.

    Like I said, I have just the minimum of knowledge, but this book has also made me open my eyes about some important political issues.

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