I thought George the Three was the one who:
1) Boldly claimed to represent a political philosophy that was beyond the common herd,
2) Insisted on imposing said superior method of governance on an unruly, commerce-sodden bunch of ingrates, and
3) Stated the inevitable victory of his 'red hordes'.
Unfortunately, it would seem the colonists have retained their caustic distaste for the benefits of elitist rule. You shall have to pitch your 'divine-rights' speil elsewhere, I'm afraid. Perhaps some remote Polynesian island, where they have yet to become cognizant of what a 'communist' is?
Back to the Old Country with ya. Of ye go now - at the tip o' a patriot's bayonet, if need be. We'll have none o' that "high and mighty" here at Sam Adams' pub, ye olde puschist, ye.
Dr. "Broke Dick" Cruel (with my most solemn apologies to Mr. Franklin)