Alan Grayson is a master at making a point. See for example today's effort, What Republicans Can Do With Their Tax Cuts For The Rich:
The man is not subtle, but he is effective. Given that the voters of his Florida district have replaced him with a
dangerously crazy person, Grayson needs a new gig. [Update: as commentator “Mike” points out, I've mixed up my Republicans. Grayson was defeated by the somewhat less crazy Daniel Webster — he's one of the no-abortion-even-cases-of-rape-or-incest 'family values' candidates.]
Someone get him a TV show! (Or maybe talk radio?)
What is his point? That rich people have too much money?
Wrong district. Daniel Webster is replacing Grayson. West won Ron Klein’s district in Broward and Palm Beach. No fan of Webster, but he’s not quite to West’s level of crazy.
It’s a shame that Grayson was likely talking to an empty room. It took him a while to get to his point, but he’s attacking trickle-down economics head-on and, at the same time, showing what he sees as the difference between the economic plans of both parties: Republicans want to give the money to people who don’t need it and hope it gets used to spur the economy (passive), but Democrats want to bypass the middlemen and simply create the jobs (active).
“20,000 jars of Grey Poupon” LMAO! Classic.