Funny that, you just admitted it and you deny admitting it <quoted text>
The only time I "admit" something is when you invent something I didn't say.
Funny how that is.
I voted for president- like most Americans in this forum- in the last month.
When did you get to vote for PM?
You did not get the option of who of the two candidates would be president
I voted in 2010 at the time of the G E N E R A L - E L E C T I O N
No you cant, you are deluding yourself again<quoted text>
I can tell when you start frothing at the mouth: your spelling takes a turn for the worst.
The US is a democracy. Take a deep breath.
The vein in your forehead is throbbing.
The US is an *indirect* democracy, as are *all* countries that are democracies in the world today.
Take a deep breath.
For a country to be a direct democracy, all its citizens would have to meet in the same place and vote on everything.
Clam blue ocean, Chubby.... breath out slowly...
Wrong read the constitution
Ahh indirect now you are moving the goalposts again
No need it means not directly<quoted text>
Look it up in the word book.
Maybe you can run over to the flat next door and borrow theirs.
More butt face guesswork and lies well done<quoted text>
oH, Skanque, You don't even understand what the K in United Kingdom stands for...
Not only do I understand what our Constitution means, I, a citizen, get to say I HAVE a constitution.
And you don't, subject...
Breath in let it out... calm blue ocean...
Project much?<quoted text>
Calm blue ocean... she's going over the edge... mind your statins, Chubby...
Yes and?<quoted text>
He/she isn't always, as I pointed out and proved, and I'm not the one pretending that the subjects of the UK are in a democracy and can control the government because they get to vote for ONE house of a Parliament that can be dissolved by the MONARCH.
And I have pointed out the PM - first thing- swears an alligience to...