Over 300 years and counting, manchild.<quoted text>
Putting aside the UK monarchy has to approve of laws passed by the Parliament... most of who are not elected into office.
Maybe the fact that Queen Elizabeth could close down Parliament on her say so after tea is enough.
In Barefootland, England did not win the 1966 soccer World Cup until the Queen awarded Bobby Moore the trophy up the Wembley steps.
Until you actually prove it this is a blatant lie.<quoted text>It's a yes or no question, dear, and I answered the yes or no question the day I asked it.
You are the one pretending that our monarchy governs the country.<quoted text>
I'm not the one pretending the UK isn't a monarchy.
Granted: if I were a subject of a monarchy, I'd be embarrassed.
Questions are not strawmen. You really should know this.<quoted text>Straw man.
Already answered. That you cannot find the answer is not my problem.<quoted text>
Is the United KING_dom a monarchy?
Yes or no