King George III and the Redcoats thought the Patriots during the pre-Revolutionary War were being "shrill" in their "rhetoric" too.
Loyalists to King George III would have written an article entitled "Get Ready to Tread on some Tea Party Snakes" after the first act of revolt in Boston too.
Loyalists after the Revolution were sent back to England. There's no place to send present-day loyalists who want their own king in the White House.
Warrior King: The Case for Impeaching George Bush
What happens when a president violates the U.S. Constitution, resulting in the deaths of thousands? In Warrior-King, public interest lawyer John Bonifaz argues passionately that Bush did just that when he launched a first-strike invasion of Iraq without a congressional declaration of war. The framers of the Constitution, he argues, wanted to ensure that our presidents would not be like European kings of old who could decide, on their own volition, to send their subjects into battle.