You are the one who cuts off my posts in mid sentence and pedanticly splits them into multiple replies.<quoted text>
Funny how you have to paraphrase every thing I say.
Paraphrasing is your ballgame; not mine.
Funny how your arguments change when they get refuted.<quoted text>
Funny what you claim I say never fits what I actually say.
Then you agree that the people do not vote for the president of the United States? Perfect.<quoted text>
I have NEVER said CITIZENS of the US vote directly for the president of the USA.
Why can you not translate this logic to British politics and subsequently admit that the Queen, just like the Electoral College, does nothing more than rubber stamp the will of political entities?
I never claimed as such. Shall I start yelling and screaming about you being mean and dishonest based on this gaffe?<quoted text>
I know you are confused as you do not get any kind of vote for the head of sate in the UK. Not a direct vote, not an indirect vote, you get no vote whatsoever.
Who, other than you, cares?<quoted text>
As you get no vote for the larger half of the Parliament: none. ZERO.
Are you saying that voters in the Kirkaldy constituency did not vote for Gordon Brown in 2010? How about Witney with David Cameron?<quoted text>
And as you get no vote- NONE- for the Prime minister.
Well, we certainly know that nobody other than 538 Electors vote for the United States president. Does this mean the United States is just as non-democratic as the UK?
Oh wait, that's right. You go by the logic that words speak louder than actions.
Yes, the "lower house" that has power over issues such as the economy, welfare, sport, health, transport, policing, the environment, culture, etc, etc.<quoted text>
You get to vote for a MP in the lower house.
I'm still waiting for you to explain why anybody should care about vestigal political figures of the past.<quoted text>
BTW: STILL WAITING FOR YOU TO BACK THAT CLAIM THAT YOU GET NO VOTE FOR MPS, sUPERfAG.
fUNNY HOW YOU KEEP SKIPPING OVER THAT.
Nobody, other than you, remotely cares about the Lords or the Queen.