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Prince Mitt and Crown Regent Jeb: Down With the Monarchy!

“We are the party of the revolutionaries, they are the party of the monarchists!” — Republican Mitt Romney, son of Republican Governor George Romney and Republican Senate candidate Lenore Romney, standing next to Republican Jeb Bush, brother of former President George W. Bush, son of former President George H.W. Bush, grandson of Senator Prescott Bush.

7 comments to Prince Mitt and Crown Regent Jeb: Down With the Monarchy!

  • Tom

    Now THERE’s a revolution we don’t need – more power to the corporations, more prisons and prisoners, more secret government and torture, more tax cuts for the wealthy – hell why don’t we just call it a dictatorship and get on with it?

  • qs


    You don’t have any torture threads going for me to post in.
    I thought you would find this Redstate.com post disturbing.

    He wants Waterboarding compromise to make it “safe, legal, and rare”

    • Jim

      1. Bullpuckey. A long line of torture threads going for you to post in. The search box is your friend. Use it.

      2. He, for those reading here, is not Obama. By rare, the author of that article means 1.2 million or less, meaning not rare at all. And He, the author, equates torture of adult human beings with the termination of embryos without observable brain function. A very interesting glimpse into the conservative moral code.

  • qs

    Do you read threads that old?

  • qs

    Jim, which Liberal blogs do you read? I need to find some better stuff to read. I look at Huffingtonpost, Thinkprogress, Salon…hmm those three mainly.

    • Jim

      I don’t really read liberal blogs on a regular basis, to tell you the truth. I certainly wouldn’t call Huffington Post or Think Progress “liberal blogs”… from my occasional readings of them, they strike me as more partisan Democrat. I read the New York Times, Washington Post, New Scientist, Thomas database, and a variety of non-blog websites. Occasionally I read Slate, occasionally I read Harper’s. I peruse Google News each morning too.

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