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Grover Norquist shares insight and sarcastic wit on Varney and Co


Posted by Alyssa Canobbio on Wednesday, February 19th, 2014, 4:06 PM PERMALINK


This morning Grover Norquist appeared on Fox Business Network’s Varney and Company. Grover discussed the CBO’s report that 1,000,000 jobs would be killed under President Obama proposed minimum wage increase. 

“I think the President is trying to lengthen the period of puberty and teenage opportunities to go to the beach and not get tied down to a job until you are 25 or 26 perhaps. It’s really a blow for recreation and letting kids be kids until maybe their early 30s.”

Stuart Varney, host: “Sarcasm is a low form of wit, Grover Norquist.”

Grover also discussed the worker victory over the UAW in the Chattanooga Volkswagen plant. He said that all they did was present the facts and explained that what happened in Detroit could happen in Chattanooga:

“It’s like before and after when the locusts show up in a neighborhood and just eat everything. When you have parasites that do damage to the host, you want to look at what happened to the last guy the parasites went after before you invite them into your house.  And the United Auto Workers killed jobs, killed neighborhoods, and destroyed the city of Detroit. And I think the people of Tennessee and Chattanooga and other southern cities that are being targeted by the United Auto Workers are looking and saying ‘Hey. Not here. Take your plague of locusts and go bother Cleveland.’”

Grover’s entire segment can be viewed below:

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