} Not in the slightest, despite comments to that
} effect by the talking heads on TV. And, while
} he looks like a Munchkin, and sounds even more
} like one when he speaks, what he actually is,
} is the Wicked Warlock of the Beltway:
} Norquist: Who defeated Mitt Romney? Who killed
} the Warlock of the Northeast's chances? Was it
} Obama: No, no. It was a voter turnout machine.
} I didn't mean to kill anybody's chances.
} Norquist: Well, my pretty, I can manipulate
} voter turnout, too!
} [Cowardly Congresscritter edges away.]
} Norquist: Abandoning your pledge so soon? I
} wouldn't hear of it. Why, my grand old party's
} just beginning.
} Cowardly Congresscritter: I *do* believe in tax
} relief for the wealthy, I *do* believe in tax
} relief for the wealthy. I do, I do, I do, I
} Norquist: Ah! You'll believe in more than that
} before I'm finished with you. Ring around the
} rosie, a pocket full of filibusters! Thought
} you were pretty foxy, didn't you? Well! The
} last to vote for zero percent capital gains
} and estate taxes will be the first to lose
} their PAC money! And your little dog, too!
} I don't know why he doesn't want dogs to get
} elected, but there you go - he's just mean.
} You owe the Oracle a pair of ruby red veto
} stamps, and a bucket of water.