Friday, March 11, 2005

Think of Bush Much?

     I do when I read stuff like this, from a history of "the Great Civil War," occuring in England, 1642-1661

The status of the monarchy had started to decline under the reign of James I. He was known as the "wisest fool in Christendom". James was a firm believer in the "divine right of kings". This was a belief that God had made someone a king and as God could not be wrong, neither could anyone appointed by him to rule a nation. James expected Parliament to do as he wanted; he did not expect it to argue with any of his decisions.

     I believe Bush believes an imaginary super-being made him President, and that he is never wrong.  Why, just today former (centrist) Republican Senator Durenberger said a similar thing.

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