Campy!Dave Weigel has a report from the Mount Vernon Establishment Parade, located a few miles from Mount Vernon, because George Washington didn’t allow obnoxious politicking at his house (HINT HINT): “Heritage Foundation president Ed Fuelner was given the task of reading out the statement, word for word. As he did so, Manship — the George Washington impersonator — nodded at key phrases like ‘tyrants and despots everywhere.'” [Washington Independent/Photo by Dave Weigel]

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  • Tommmcatt

    The botox and hair loss have combined to give Ed’s head an eldrich, nacreous gleam….

  • ManchuCandidate

    I’m surprised tha angry incompetent fat old white guys would write angry ranting screed about the gubbiment, black folks, being more Christish, womens barefoot and pregnant, conspiracies and taking back the country like the good old days.

    After 50 fucking years, one would think that this would get old.

  • coolcatdaddy

    If these people weren’t so deluded, they might be kind of quaint.

  • Scoops McGee

    I went to Mt. Vernon last summer and I didn’t see a George Washington impersonator. I *did* see a couple of black people who were impersonating slaves, at least I guess that’s what they were doing. Why weren’t they there today? Maybe they were sold off. But anyway, let’s hear it for liberty!

  • Buzz Feedback

    That’s a piss-poor GW lookalike.

  • rafflesinc
  • doxastic

    So the Mount Vernon Statement is being unveiled by a poignantly aging suited demon with black eyes and a four foot tall fright wig massaged into a ponytail that purports to be the first president of the United States? For a bunch of sanctimonious straight-edgers, conservatives seem to be stuck in one giant acid trip.

  • Smoke Filled Roommate

    Now if they could just update the Bible, they’d be fine.

  • One Yield Regular

    Wait, that’s George Washington on the right? I could have sworn it was Antonio Salieri, or at the outside maybe Ruth Bader Ginsberg.

    What’s he holding, anyway? The still-beating heart of the republic?

  • friendlyskies

    I hope they start making weapons out of duct tape, like the Society for Creative Anachronism, and having duels. That would be awesome.

  • Way Cool Larry

    They actually imitated the Declaration of Independence and signed it in that style? What a freakin’ lame joke of stunt. Not to mention the homeless person they got to wear the GW costume.

  • Extemporanus

    Nice pen, Manship!

  • Decker

    We, as a country, must never forget that Reagan is dead. DEAD. Never coming back.

  • evan7257

    Washington was 6’3, over 200lbs, and had red hair. They can’t even get that right.

  • Oldskool

    So much to ridicule.

    “That the market economy, allocating resources by the free play of supply and demand, is the single economic system compatible with the requirements of personal freedom…”

    Right, except during those times when it doesn’t.

  • SayItWithWookies

    Look, it’s Kelsey Grammar and his special little angel sidekick, Igor. Get Kelsey some brains, Igor — good patriot brains, not those awful rotten little fascist power-hungry brains that are so much cheaper to come by. This is important.

  • glamourdammerung

    What a lame bunch of fucktards.

  • DeeSee

    Funny story about the Heritage Foundation…I know this kid who works for them, but is a big social climber in DC’s gay scene. All his friends are conservative, worked for the RNC in some capacity at one point. It’s just funny, because this kid is super gay, and I think is pretty popular at the HF…Even though they are blatantly homophobic. Weird.

  • Joshua Norton

    Man, them teabaggers don’t miss a chance to dress up as some dead person and jump in front of a camera, do they? (I’ll bet some of them do a fabulous Queen Victoria, too). Their whole life must be one never-ending game of “Let’s Make a Deal”.

  • Accordion-o-rama

    “Not just here today, but around the nation, we’re seeing people do what Bill Buckley did in that first issue of National Review.”

    Dip into their trust funds to finance ludicrous narcissistic projects?

  • Tommmcatt


    House faggots are O.K. as long as they keep talking about their girlfriend in Canada.

  • grevillea

    [re=514686]evan7257[/re]: Washington was a ginger? Wow, never knew that. You gotta remember though that almost all gentlemen wore white(ish)wigs over their real hair in those days…

  • grevillea

    [re=514693]Tommmcatt[/re]: Her name is Vancouver, she lives in Alberta… Shit! Her NAME is Alberta…

  • Extemporanus

    [re=514679]One Yield Regular[/re]: What’s he holding, anyway?

    President Manship is preparing to teabag a diarrhea-stained conservative cage liner with the Holy ur-Nutz™ of Ronaldus Maximus, the revered Biblical figure from whose sacred sac all other Nutz™ are thought to have descended.

  • jetjaguar

    shit like this makes me want to vote for hopey all over again

  • Darkness

    So, I recognize the squirrel in a wig, but where is the moose?

  • Alex_P

    That is the worst George Washington I have ever seen.

    Before you think “Who is this guy, anyway, some kind of George Washington expert?” — Yes, I am! I have seen, in my life, dozens of George Washingtons.

    Why, this very Christmas Day, I saw a George Washington in person, on the Beltway. He was driving a yellow-and-black pickup truck festooned with tea-party and anti-abortion slogans. The license plate was “LIFE 2 BEE”, so I think he also loved puns. Man, what a terrible concept for a George Washington. But at least that pun-loving bee-fancying tea-partier looked the part, goddammit.

    — Alex

  • Hooray For Anything

    Reagan’s corpse gets dragged out and sodomized by Wingnuts so often that I’m starting to feel sorry for the guy. Like I’m starting to feel like I have to defend him whenever somebody says something stupid about him or tries to use his name to their advantage.

  • La Cieca

    [re=514675]Buzz Feedback[/re]: Be fair: Ruth Buzzi doesn’t get that much work these days.

  • Suds McKenzie

    If he were there, Reagan would have been among the first to demand a bowl of Jello and wander into the front yard.

  • La Cieca

    [re=514695]grevillea[/re]: Strictly speaking, no, they didn’t so much. For dressy occasions men would sometimes follow the feminine fashion of powdering the hair, so it looked sort of chalky and whitish. Some of the more vain balding fellows might invest in a toupee or a full wig, which they would then powder. Because the “powdery” look was such a fashion “do” in those days, portrait painters tended to give everyone the whitehead look whether they generally powdered or not.

    The lookalike in the photo is following the less mainstream fashion of making a hat out of a dead albino ferret.

  • Zadig

    [re=514695]grevillea[/re]: You learn new things about these crazy old white guys every day (the founders, I mean. The ‘baggers are a pretty easy read). And I don’t just mean the “zomg he had wooden teef” thing that everyone has heard ten billion times.

    Just this week I’ve been reading about the intelligence side of the Revolution, and damn, Washington was a crafty bastard. He wasn’t just unafraid to play dirty, he invented new goddamn ways of playing dirty. The Brits weren’t that familiar with the concept of “double agents” before he came along. The holy catechism of Revolution-themed paintings, glory-besotted “Washington Crosses the Delaware” is a depiction of one of the meanest, dirtiest, most dishonorable (and therefore effective!) offensives in American history. He didn’t just attack when the Hessians were drunk, on Christmas, his agents tricked them into thinking it was safe to get shitty AND spiked the punch.

    If I were Washington, and this cynical political posturing wasn’t enough to make me whirl in my tomb, the thought of that weaselly little shit in the picture cosplaying my badass self would be.

  • Smoke Filled Roommate

    [re=514696]grevillea[/re]: And you don’t want to see her Saskatchewan.

  • Alex_P

    I mean, jeez… this is the most George-Washington-y old white guy they could find at an old-white-guy convention? Are they just hazing that dude or something?

    — Alex

  • penalcolony

    This VERY SHORT “George Washington” can’t be Pat Paulsen, who’s just as dead as the real Washington. One of Paulsen’s sons, maybe?

  • DC Hates Me

    Dressing in foolish costumes for my country. Now that’s a winter patriot.

  • MzNicky

    [re=514678]Smoke Filled Roommate[/re]: You already knew, right? And Phyllis Schlafly’s gay son, no less, right? Can’t make it up, etc.? Well, just in case.

  • George Washington

    Alex on the Beltway,

    I happen to know that the guy at Christmas you saw on the beltway and the one today are the same George Washington!

    Hey, so I had a “bad hair day”, cut some slack, look at slackers Nancy No Nanny State Pelosi and Hillary Billary Clinton and there bad hair and bad other aspects day after day after day.

    And for whatever it is worth to those quick to criticize critics out there, in that bastion of feminist liberalism, where the wife of Obama’s Press Secretary Gibbs has a leadership post in the City of Alexandria (NOT the same as Mount Vernon down the GW Parkway), this GW won the first place prize in a George Washington look alike contest a few years ago when they had one one year.

    Finally, you may all want to read this Constitution for the United Stats of America. Try Article IV Section 4 as a good start!


  • MzNicky

    [re=514678]Smoke Filled Roommate[/re]: Aw hayell-fahr. THIS is what I meant to post.

  • George Washington

    OOPS, I see my typing is in error, though the thinking is RIGHT!

    Those on the left should try to think RIGHT, for a positive Change, for a better America!

    Should be “their bad hair…” not “there”…

    and should be “States” not “Stats”.

    Keep smilin’ if your Right, cussin’ if your left-out…


  • El Pinche

    LEAVE REAGAN’S CORPSE ALONE!!LEAVE HIM ALONE! You are lucky he even performed for you BASTARDS! LEAVE REAGAN ALONE!…..Please!!!

  • iwillsavethispatient

    Ooooh! I thought it was named Mt Vernon because Mt Vernon, WA is the birthplace of Glenn Beck!

  • Joe Trainwreck

    “No Bill of Attainder or ex post facto Law shall be passed.” Better rethink this whole “we like the Constitution” thing, fucktards. Can’t have your [i]homo sacers[/i] and Article 1. Forget about the amendments, almost all of them have to be nullified for a true teabag win.

  • Justin Time

    They should have sprung the perfect George Washington body double to have given their festive occasion that certain crass, odoriferous, sleazy specialness that accompanies every Heritage/Teabagger event: Bernie Madoff!

  • Tommmcatt

    [re=514746]George Washington[/re]:

    I call fake troll.

  • Jim89048

    Way back when I was in 5th grade, they made me dress up like Abe Lincoln for a dumb play. Because I was tall. Or maybe it was the beard, I don’t know. I DO remember the chick that played Mary Todd Lincoln was cute, and was pretty well-developed for a 5th-grader, also.
    Why can’t I get work dressing up as old dead white guys?

  • George Washington

    Just to give you libs some words to chew on to set your thinking right, you may like to see George Washington in a role he described he would do in a letter to his cousin Thomas Nelson of Yorktown on 20 August anno domini 1778…

    Keep smilin’ if your RIGHT, or cussin’ if you are not right…


  • CaliforniaMike

    [re=514686]evan7257[/re]: GW was Ed Schultz?

  • Capitol Hillbilly

    If he were here, Ronald Reagan would be among the first to say, “Jesus what a bunch of fucking fruits!”

  • Beowoof

    To paraphrase a more current politican, effing retards.

  • pampl

    Pretending to be a crazy person is crazy enough in and of itself to amuse me, so however this turns out I’m gonna be lollin

  • wagonjak

    The long dead George Washington’s head would explode if he could watch this sad spectacle. Mini-Me George looks more like a Mafia hit man and snitch than the Heroic Original!

  • mookworthjwilson

    I heard the original text had a 3/5 provision…

  • MzNicky

    [re=514753]Tommmcatt[/re]: I call real troll.

  • Socialist hip replacement

    Old-Timey-ness is apparently next to Godliness.

  • Nappied Hypotenuse

    [re=514779]MzNicky[/re]: If that troll is real, he should show us his 20 dicks or gtfo.

  • lumpenprole

    George Washington was a Benny Hill sidekick?

  • Socialist hip replacement

    [re=514757]George Washington[/re]: Keep smilin’ if YOUR spelling is right, or cussin’ if YOU’RE a mook.

  • drrty martini

    I am deeply disappointed there are no photos of K-Lo’s “show and tell.”

  • ladymacbeth

    period costumes (any period really) aren’t that fucking hard to come by. or all that expensive in the defense of freedom / face of tyranny / etc.

    jesus. somebody get these people a costumer please?

  • The Lucky Wife

    I’m confused. Weren’t the conservatards of the late 18th century against Washington and the Constitution? Didn’t they want to stay under the heel of the mad George?

  • FlownOver

    Today we are all laughing our asses off.

  • Oldskool

    When did photo-ops become the argument of choice for conservatards? Oh right, back when they lost the ability to tell the truth along with any sense of shame.

  • Scooter

    Han on the left. Cock on the right.

  • CanadianBacon

    ” If he were here, Ronald Reagen would be among the first to sign…”,um, actually if Ronald were there today all he would do is smell.

  • El Pinche

    O/T, but corporate cocksucker Evan Bayh needs to STFU, go away to lobbyist land and suck a barrel of pickled pig cocks. That is all.

  • BarackMyWorld


  • S.Luggo

    ‘If he were here, Ronald Reagan would be among the first to sign the Mount Vernon statement’

    Ron would have first have tried to use it as a drool-wipe. For you youngsters, that’s now called multi-tasking.

  • Guppy06

    Brooklyn? Valley Forge? Princeton? Yorktown? No, we’ll do this where he got his bitches and blow, not where he actually had to earn his title.

    Heck, the first option would be even more fitting: those folks love the idea of New York burning.

  • CaliforniaMike

    If Reagan were there, he would be looking for brains and hoping to further zombify the Republican Party. Of course, Rush would sink to his knees and gobble the sacred Reaganuts, Beck would weep with joy at seeing the Gipper again (or maybe becase his Liza Minnelli costume would be too tight and Palin would demand a deposit of Zombie Reagan’s sperm to create Trig Jr.

  • CaliforniaMike

    [re=514821]S.Luggo[/re]: Actually if Reagan’s reeking, rotting corpse showed up, he would still not be the dumbest Republican in the room.

  • Neoyorquino

    Is that Irene Ryan standing to the right side?

  • norbizness

    To be far, it looks like Fuelner could be old enough to have been one of the signatories of the Constitution. Somebody expose him to daylight already.

  • foog

    [re=514825]CaliforniaMike[/re]: your channeling of dead Bill Hicks in order to wax poetic about dead Ronnie Reagan’s spunk is not lost on me, sir!

  • Joshua Norton

    Please tell me that they feel as idiotic as they look.

  • CaliforniaMike

    [re=514835]foog[/re]: A zombie Bill Hicks would still be funnier than Dane Cook and Larry the Cable Guy combined, although I admit I would love to see what the result would be of that unholy mating.

  • CaliforniaMike

    I would love to see Zombie Reagan bend Grover Norquist over one of the chairs in Washington’s study and give him a good rogering. I’m sure Ron could teach Larry Craig a thing or two about toe tapping.

  • ArthurTwoSheds

    Manship? I wish it was easier to do etymologies on people’s names.
    It’s either a combo of man and ship or “mans hip” or Mansh IP?

  • S.Luggo

    Reminds me of my last attendance at a Black Sabbath concert. Except, more drugs.

  • Beanball

    That costumed retard is such an insult to the actuality of the actual General & President George Washington that it beggars words. I should actually like to punch him/it in the proboscis forthwith. Several times.

    These people aren’t fit to empty Washington’s night jar.

  • obfuscator

    fellow wonkettes: these people think that they are DEFENDING OUR CONSTITUTION from the popularly elected sitting president*. what a bunch of fucking retards.

    *psst- he’s a colored!

  • Starrigavan

    They called it the “Mount Vernon STATEMENT?” Statement? WTF? What a bunch of corporate zombies. I wonder if they ran it by a focus group first? “Memo” just felt too corporate-y, and none of the focus group retards (satire) knew what a “proclamation” was? This country is going to the underworld in a woven, long handled container.

  • El Pinche

    I have a neat Firefox plugin. It detects racist teabaggers in photos and replaces their retard regalia with the appropriate Klan gowns.

  • SayItWithWookies

    [re=514757]George Washington[/re]: Wow — I think everyone should watch that. It is the most realistic portrayal of George Washington since Bela Lugosi’s portrayal of a vampire in Plan 9 from Outer Space. And Lugosi was dead for most of that film.

    But honestly, that was an epic piece of historic myopia — no amount of opprobrium could be said to be too much. For sheer micturation, it has truly taken the gold. May your portrayal of a serious, methodical and fact-based student of the Enlightenment, like the reputation of our previous president, quickly find its rightful place in History.

  • S.Luggo

    [re=514858]El Pinche[/re]: “retard”?
    Cognitively other-enabled.

  • S.Luggo

    [re=514673]Scoops McGee[/re]: “I went to Mt. Vernon last summer and I didn’t see a George Washington impersonator.”

    You failed to notice John McCaim lurking near the outhouse.
    Five and half years!

  • gurukalehuru

    And many a teabagger went home sorely disappointed that they didn’t get to mount Vernon.

  • Weeping Jesus

    I used to wait tables at the Cedar Knoll Inn. This guy was a lousy tipper.

    Just like Washington. True fact.

  • Alex_P

    [re=514746]George Washington[/re]: So, what’s up with the bee puns, then?

    — Alex

  • Alex_P

    [re=514753]Tommmcatt[/re]: I don’t know about the poster, but google “James Manship” and I think you’ll see that my Bee-Mobile sighting really might’ve been the same guy as the impersonator.

    I am now officially FREAKED OUT.

    — Alex

  • Captain Swing

    In my pleasant daydream, the real George Washington walks in. After the event, those present approach in awe one of the Fathers of their nation, and seek his opinion of their endeavours.

    The cool part is when the First President politely asks if someone would fetch him a bucket to puke in…

  • zhubajie

    [re=514678]Smoke Filled Roommate[/re]: Conservapedia’s already doing it!

  • Smoke Filled Roommate

    [re=514747]MzNicky[/re]: Wow.. where’s the commercial?

    Mastery of the English language–valuable
    Mastery of the Bible–priceless

  • Larry McAwful

    That’s supposed to be George Washington? He looks more like Napoleon Buonaparte.

  • LittlePig

    “National The Government Owes Me Free Services Committee President Lew Uhler Poses with the Mount Vernon Statement and George Washingstein (Photo by David Weigel)”

  • lemprika

    Ed Meese was the MC.

  • elburrito

    George Washington was a cross-dressing midget?

  • doxastic

    K.Lo misheard. She thought there would be ham-cocks involved.

  • Ducksworthy

    [re=514747]MzNicky[/re]: I especially like the part where Jeebus tells his deciples to go forth and nuke the Persians at the end of the heavily redacted sermon on the mount.

  • Ducksworthy

    [re=514915]lemprika[/re]: Ed Meese! Ed fooking Meese! Raised from the dead.

  • betterDeadThanRed

    [re=514687]Oldskool[/re]: Adam Smith was a founding father? I never knew that. That explains why my views about the Constitution are so msi-guided.

    I thought that the wig guy was Thomas Paine. He has that “I’m really pissed-off” look that I imagine Paine always having. Now days they’d put Paine on Valium and he would never have written The Age of Reason.

  • Alex_P

    [re=514915]lemprika[/re]: You realize that means Ed Meese is the new John Hancock?

  • Lascauxcaveman

    [re=514821]S.Luggo[/re]: I think they meant *living* Ronald Reagan, a sort of what-if scenario.

    And I think they’re right, Reagan would have signed the document. He just wouldn’t have bothered asking what it said.

  • Starrigavan

    Ronald Reagan would have signed it only if Nancy’s astrologer told him to.

  • MzNicky

    [re=514930]Ducksworthy[/re]: I love how the Conservapedia Bible Project page lists Stephen Colbert’s butt-blistering of Schlafly in its references. It’s always fun to watch again:

  • This Cat

    Reagan would have signed it, provided he could remember his name…

  • George Washington

    You Wonkettes may be able to laugh a bit… at yourselves?

    Also you may like to look at some of the audio-slide shows on the side column of the blog, to see how GW is reaching out to the future of America!


    P.S. To Alex, in answer to what is the BEE about, To BEE or not to BEE GW, that is the question!

    Actually, if you read the delightful children’s book by Jean Fritz “George Washington’s Breakfast” that shows George Allen on the cover with George Washington you will learn that George Washington had hoe cakes (corn meal pancakes) “swimming in butter and honey” — from BEES!

  • Papas got a brand new teabag

    [re=521369]George Washington[/re]: George Washington you are a disgrace. I worked on the original statement of Mount Vernon Statement statement of statesmens’ statements. not this compromised second draft.

    also, have you heard of the Mount Vernon SEVEN? that was me. and six other guys.

    the statesman abides.

  • Sharkey

    Worst. President. Ever.

  • AbstinenceOnly Ed

    I can’t believe a read the troll thing!

    Keep punning if your RITE, keep punning if your NOT rite

    Mattthew Lillard Filllmore

  • GW

    OK (Campaign slogan for Martin Van Buren), last reply tonight…

    Susan said…

    Actually, you are a pretty sad looking George Washington. You’re too short, your teeth are made of wood, and slaves? Where are your slaves? Sorry man, bogus impersonation. C- at best.

    Oh, and you got the politics completely wrong.

    Susan, far more folks than you say I look very much like the real George Washington. Try the side by side photo in the Truman Library…

    Most historians are WRONG as to Washington’s height, including David McCullough. Most say 6 feet 2 inches or 6 feet 4 inches. First, if either, which is correct?

    Neither. First GW’s doctor measured him to be 6 feet. Martha’s grandson, George Washington Parke Custis wrote in his biography of Washington that the great man was “a shade over six feet”. Yet most important is a letter from George Washington himself to his tailor in 1763 when he was 31 (before men begin to shrink in height), GW asking for a suit of clothes for a man of my height, to wit, six feet.

    And slaves? On pages 53 to 61 of my book Second to None, some of Washington’s quotes, and actions, against slavery are shared. You should read it, you could learn a lot. Go to

    On the teeth issue, Google Wooden Teeth Washington and Washington Times, to see where Inside the Beltway printed my explanation that children just love to learn.

    I know C+ is a programming language, is C- a liberal language for government programs?

    Liberals, both Demoncrats and RINO Republicans are all about “Politics”. Washington and Americans who work to Conserve this Constitution are all about Statesmanship.

  • GW

    From a reply to a question: Does the Constitution provide this country with its basic foundation for rule of law?

    “Rule of Law” derives in the minds of the Founding Fathers from the Laws of Nature and Nature’s God.

    Rule of Law is the “Res” in Res Publica, the Latin words that compose Republic.

    Res is the “object” of the king, or Rex. Res is the authority of the king, or the Rule of Law.

    The soldiers in the War for Independence had a rallying cry, “No king but King Jesus.”

    God’s Law are the foundation of this nation, God’s Law is the Rule of Law, in simplest terms.

    Democracy breaks down into Demos and Cracy, or the Mass of People and Rule, or “Rabble Rule”.

    Think “Democracy” and think “Rabble Rule”, NOT “Rule of Law”.

    Not just Citizens with Rights in an Organized Social Structure, or Publica, Public, but anyone and everyone – the Rabble.

    The above is why I so strongly feel that Republicans especially, but all Americans should remove “Democracy” from the words used to describe our American Constitutional Republic.

  • GW

    If so, how is it that a member of “We the People” does not have “standing” to bring, what appears to the general public to be a clear violation of the law, before the court?

    Originally, ANY citizen could bring a “Presentment” to a Grand Jury of “one’s peers”, fellow citizens, to seek an indictment, from which flows a warrant for arrest, or other appropriate court order.

    Since the 1930s, under FDR, voluntary BAR associations became an arm or agency of the state supreme court, and “Rules of Law” began to supplant the Rule of Law. Simple access to the court began to be tied up in a labyrinth of Bar created Rules that benefit its members rather than the Public.

    “Rules of Law” are much like Gulliver while sleeping being tied down by thousands of tiny strands by the Lilliputians.

    Public Prosecutors began to BAR access to the Grand Jury to the average citizen.

    Once that obstruction was in place, there was created a dangerous to Liberty firewall from accountability to the Citizens by powerful Public Servants, who would NOT be charged by other Public Servants, and now could NOT be charged by Citizens.

    Thus providing the court with the opportunity to determine if the Constitution is being shredded, stepped on, broken…..

    The Court does not act on its own. It must be “moved” to act by a Motion filed with its Clerk, and then scheduled for a hearing. Short of both, the Court will ignore problems created by elements associated with its normal daily work.

    A Judge can not be expected to rule objectively concerning people he or she works with on a near daily basis, so to achieve any hope of Justice, a JURY is essential.

  • GW

    [T]he trouble with our liberal friends is not that they are ignorant, but that they know so much that isn’t so.

    — President Ronald Reagan.

  • GW

    Status quo, you know, is Latin for ‘the mess we’re in’.

    -President Ronald Reagan

    Res is Latin for authority of the King (Rex), or the Rule of Law.
    Publica is Latin for the organized People.

    Demos is Greek for the vast expanse of people, more than just by Rights, Citizens, more the “Rabble”.
    Cracy is Greek for Rule, so Democracy breaks down to “Rabble Rule” not the Rule of Law for the good of the Public, as is in a Republic.

    – “GW” StatesManship

  • GW

    [re=521894]Papas got a brand new teabag[/re]:
    No I have not heard of the Mount Vernon SEVEN, who are / were they? And who are you?

  • GW

    [re=514879]Smoke Filled Roommate[/re]:
    Nice words, thanks.

  • GW

    I like your “pun” of PenManship. I also enjoy WordsManship, WorkManship, and StatesManship. When a pilot in an airplane, I am AirManship, and when on the playing fields, of course I am SportsManship. Former Secretary of State Dulles, for whom the airport is named, used the term “Brink manship”.

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