Grover Norquist, anti-tax crusader
He may be the man many love to hate, but this notorious anti-tax lobbyist is so engaging — with a lightning-quick wit and overwhelming self-confidence — that even his dissenters often find it impossible to pull away. He’s had the ear of Washington’s most conservative elite for years, with contacts including key White House residents and, yes, convicted lobbyist Jack Abramoff.
“Grover is deadly serious about his mission, and he wraps it in humor. … The man is on fire,” said former Consumer Electronics Association Chairwoman Kathy Gornik. “He is like a supertank. This man is unyielding in his vision, in his mission, and he takes you along for the ride.”
“ImmigrationWorks USA kicks off its two-day Storming the Hill National Summit at the Marriott Washington. Highlights include former representative Jim Kolbe (R-Ariz.) on "Why Business Needs to be Involved" and Grover Norquist of Americans for Tax Reform on "The Political Prospects for Reform." (The White House, for its part, has now twice delayed a promised immigration summit originally scheduled for June 8.)”