Parliamentary democracy.<quoted text>
Word games. My point was that Macmillan was a popular choice amongst the Tory elite - fact - so his appointment was based not only on how popular he was within the party, but in turn how he would portray the party to voters.<quoted text>
You mean when you said that MacMillan was the UNANIMOUS choice of his party?
And that I proved yet another thing you said to be a lie?
You did say MacMillan was the UNANIMOUS choice of his party?
Yes or no?
You jump on one word because you think it refutes the whole argument; it does not.
But then, we are well aware that you will latch onto anything if you think it suits your purposes.
Yet you simply call Britain a "monarchy". You refuse to go into detail despite the facts that our government is anything but a monarchy and that of the powers the Queen does possess, she uses in line with democratic procedure.<quoted text>
Nothing could be further than the truth. There are many types of monarchy.
You can't have your cake and eat it, manchild.
Of course it is semantics. You think that by making a bee-line to one word you can refute the argument itself.<quoted text>
Do you want me to take you down the list, shoving each up your azz one after the next, and then have you say it's semantics?
Tell us: what does 'unanimous' mean?
Britain is a parliamentary democracy.<quoted text>
PS: The UK is a monarchy.
Statement of fact.
Statement of fact.
Until you tell me what you would consider as legitimate proof there is no point going on a wild goose chase. Like all fundies I am sure it is going to end up with you demanding that I build you a time machine so that you can observe me in the flesh receiving my degrees.<quoted text>
Still waiting: proof that you have two degrees in "Politics".
I suggest you get mental help if you hear voices while reading on an internet forum.<quoted text>
You must like to hear your own voice.
Is pregnancy determined by social science?<quoted text>
Are you pregnant, yes or no?
Are coins manufactured or determined by social science?<quoted text>
Heads or tails?
Have you ever hear anyone say "heads or tails or the edge?"
False comparisons, manchild. If you want to make an analogy at least try to get in the right forest, let alone bark up the right tree.