On Tuesday's edition of the Stephanie Miller radio show, guest host Hal Sparks, the comedian and semi-star of TV shows -- whose most prominent acting job was Queer as Folk on Showtime -- engaged in lame Bush-bashing as Obama prepared for war on Syria.
Sparks compared the Assad father-and-son dictators to the "monarchy" of father-and-son U.S. presidents. Syria has "A regime, by the way, that was passed on from father to son. Those always work out well. They certainly did well for us, didn’t they? I don’t know what it is, man, something about when Dad used to rule the place and now the son gets a shot, it just always kind of sucks." Then came the "monarchy" business: