Grover Norquist of Americans for Tax Reform didn’t temper his criticism of the fellow Republicans who gained nothing in their quest to defund Obamacare by shutting down the government and risking default. “It’d be a good idea if they stopped referring to other Republicans as Hitler appeasers because they opposed the strategy they put forward which failed,” Norquist told reporters, clearly referring to Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas. Norquist added: “I think if you make a mistake as big as what they did, you owe your fellow senators and congressmen a big apology – and your constituents, as well, because nothing they did advanced the cause of repealing or dismantling Obamacare.” He even likened the would-be defunders’ strategy to that of the Iraq invasion. “These are the people who said, ‘Plan: Step One. Invade Iraq. Step Two. It turns into Kansas.’ Could I ask if there’s anything in between Step One and Step Two? ‘Oh, ye of little faith.’”
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