Grover Norquist, in an article

Grover Norquist, in an article posted on American Enterprise Online, asks why President Bush has remained so popular among conservatives despite his uneven record on certain important issues. The answer: “George W. Bush has pleased every key Republican constituency on its central issues; the movement has applied realistic expectations to his Presidency [and] there is no alternative to his leadership.”

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