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  Grover Norquist en Español, Part 2
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Last EditedArmyDem  Oct 01, 2004 08:58pm
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News DateFriday, October 1, 2004 06:00:00 AM UTC0:0
DescriptionLet's go to the tape
By Timothy Noah and June Thomas
Posted Wednesday, Sept. 29, 2004, at 3:26 PM PT

Buenos días, clase. La semana pasada nos preguntamos si Grover Norquist había insultado o no a la "Generación Magnífica" al llamarla "anti-americana."

Good morning, class. Last week we asked whether Grover Norquist insulted the "Greatest Generation" by calling it "anti-American."

El periódico El Mundo afirmaba que sí. Norquist decía que no.

The newspaper El Mundo reported that he did. Norquist said that he did not.

[snip]

Matthew Continetti, de la [revista] Weekly Standard escuchó una grabación de la entrevista. Las palabras de Norquist no fueron precisamente como El Mundo las había publicado. Por ejemplo, no utilizó el término "anti-americano/a".

Matthew Continetti of the Weekly Standard listened to a tape of the interview. Norquist's words were not precisely as El Mundo published them. He did not say "anti-American."

¡Qué vergüenza, Pablo!

For shame, Pablo!

¿Entonces, qué dijo Norquist?

So what did Norquist say?

Dijo que la gente que combatió en la Segunda Guerra Mundial era "no-americana".

He said that the people who fought World War II were "un-American."
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