William and Kate thank hospital for b...

William and Kate thank hospital for baby care

There are 12 comments on the Lincoln Daily News story from Jul 23, 2013, titled William and Kate thank hospital for baby care. In it, Lincoln Daily News reports that:

Prince William, Kate and their baby boy were spending their first day as a family Tuesday inside a London hospital, thanking staff for their care but making well-wishers wait for a first glimpse of the royal heir.

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Sterkfontein Swartdrans

Richmond, IN

#1 Jul 23, 2013
Who cares? Just another inbred parasite that will be supported by British taxpayers while contributing nothing useful! Most civilized nations have dumped their monarchs.

“Open your eyes”

Since: Sep 09

Central Florida

#2 Jul 23, 2013
"To the evil of monarchy we have added that of hereditary succession; and as the first is a degradation and lessening of ourselves, so the second, claimed as a matter of right, is an insult and imposition on posterity. For all men being originally equals, no one by birth could have a right to set up his own family in perpetual preference to all others for ever, and tho' himself might deserve some decent degree of honours of his contemporaries, yet his descendants might be far too unworthy to inherit them. One of the strongest natural proofs of the folly of hereditary right in Kings, is that nature disapproves it, otherwise she would not so frequently turn it into ridicule, by giving mankind an ASS FOR A LION."

Thomas Paine------Common Sense
Atheist Silurist

London, UK

#4 Jul 23, 2013
England out of Ireland wrote:
I bet she didn't have to eat hospital food. Bad enough in America, can you imagine what it must be like in England?!
At a cost of £6000 a day to stay in a private hospital,paid for by the tax payer,the food was probably a bit more pricier than fish and chips.
She doesn't pay the bill so she can demand any kind of nosh she likes,she is royal,and the royals are notorious for their parasitic lifestyles. They are born to rule,and that makes them even more disgusting and repugnant to the sensibilities of people who believe in equality.
rio

London, UK

#5 Jul 23, 2013
Atheist Silurist wrote:
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At a cost of £6000 a day to stay in a private hospital,paid for by the tax payer,the food was probably a bit more pricier than fish and chips.
She doesn't pay the bill so she can demand any kind of nosh she likes,she is royal,and the royals are notorious for their parasitic lifestyles. They are born to rule,and that makes them even more disgusting and repugnant to the sensibilities of people who believe in equality.
Just have a look at the lifestyle afforded by non-parasitical leaders in so-called democratic countries before making such silly comment.

Not many people believe in equality: it's an utopia.
rio

London, UK

#6 Jul 23, 2013
Sterkfontein Swartdrans wrote:
Who cares? Just another inbred parasite that will be supported by British taxpayers while contributing nothing useful! Most civilized nations have dumped their monarchs.
The Royal Family contribute £1300 millions to the economy every year. Not bad for "parasites".

Let's see, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, the Netherlands, Belgium, Liechenstein, Monaco, Britain, Spain, or Japan are not civilised nations, right?
Sterkfontein Swartkrans

Richmond, IN

#7 Jul 24, 2013
Another royal parasite that British taxpayers will have to support!! Why all the publicity. It's not like these people are contributing to western civilization.
Atheist Silurist

Oldham, UK

#8 Jul 24, 2013
rio wrote:
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Just have a look at the lifestyle afforded by non-parasitical leaders in so-called democratic countries before making such silly comment.
Not many people believe in equality: it's an utopia.
The thing is with democratic leaders is they can be voted out of power by the civilians. no-one voted for the royal family,they see it as a god give right to rule over their subjects.

It's not the royals fault they are born into a parasitic lifestyle, it is forced on them from birth and encouraged by idiotic sycophants who feel the need to worship parasitic royal multimillionaires whose history is steeped in conquest,subjugation and murder.
rio

London, UK

#10 Jul 24, 2013
Atheist Silurist wrote:
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The thing is with democratic leaders is they can be voted out of power by the civilians. no-one voted for the royal family,they see it as a god give right to rule over their subjects.
It's not the royals fault they are born into a parasitic lifestyle, it is forced on them from birth and encouraged by idiotic sycophants who feel the need to worship parasitic royal multimillionaires whose history is steeped in conquest,subjugation and murder.
Fact is there is a concensus to keep the monarchy in UK, and not to listenm to people like you.
And since when has our monarch "ruled" over us.
We have one of the oldest parliamentary democracy for several centuries now.
Our monarchy serves the country with continuity in the best British tradition; I guess an elected president wouldn't do the same.
What continuity and tradition the US presidents bring?
Oliver Cromwell

Preston, UK

#11 Jul 24, 2013
rio wrote:
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Fact is there is a concensus to keep the monarchy in UK, and not to listenm to people like you.
And since when has our monarch "ruled" over us.
We have one of the oldest parliamentary democracy for several centuries now.
Our monarchy serves the country with continuity in the best British tradition; I guess an elected president wouldn't do the same.
What continuity and tradition the US presidents bring?
We have one of the oldest parliamentary democracy for several centuries now. Thanks to ME,not some arrogant Monarch.
Atheist Silurist

Oldham, UK

#12 Jul 24, 2013
rio wrote:
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Fact is there is a concensus to keep the monarchy in UK, and not to listenm to people like you.
And since when has our monarch "ruled" over us.
We have one of the oldest parliamentary democracy for several centuries now.
Our monarchy serves the country with continuity in the best British tradition; I guess an elected president wouldn't do the same.
What continuity and tradition the US presidents bring?
There may be a consensus among the English but I think you will find the consensus among the Welsh and the Scots leans in the other direction.
What has the English monarch ever brought the Irish,Scots and Welsh?
Nothing but more than a thousand years of subjugation,cruelty and murder. You can worship the parasites if you like,but you shouldn't expect the people that throughout history whose ancestors were tortured and murdered by the English monarchs to worship their abusers.

Even the title of the prince of wales is an insult to the Welsh,forced on them by Edward the 1st and is still a constant reminder of the sly and brutal way the English stole their land,stripped their countries resources and subjugated them for a thousand years. not an history to be proud of but a damning indictment of one of the most murderous families in the whole history of Britain.
rio

London, UK

#13 Jul 24, 2013
Atheist Silurist wrote:
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There may be a consensus among the English but I think you will find the consensus among the Welsh and the Scots leans in the other direction.
What has the English monarch ever brought the Irish,Scots and Welsh?
Nothing but more than a thousand years of subjugation,cruelty and murder. You can worship the parasites if you like,but you shouldn't expect the people that throughout history whose ancestors were tortured and murdered by the English monarchs to worship their abusers.
Even the title of the prince of wales is an insult to the Welsh,forced on them by Edward the 1st and is still a constant reminder of the sly and brutal way the English stole their land,stripped their countries resources and subjugated them for a thousand years. not an history to be proud of but a damning indictment of one of the most murderous families in the whole history of Britain.
You will find that our monarchs had very little input in the fate of Wales, Scotland and Ireland, in the last few centuries at least.
What happened to them has mostly be the policy lead by successive Westminster governments, with very little to do with Kings and Queens.
As for Scotland, many people forget that it was in fact a Scottish king that was "forced" upon England, and not the other way round.

We should see soon if the Scots want to go alone, but what we see from Wales (so far) is that the Welsh are not interested in leaving the Union. Accepting the Union, means accepting the monarchy as well.
amcummer

Minneapolis, MN

#14 Jul 24, 2013
Yeah bwahahahahahhh! like that is an unusual practice by the monarchial family. Anything to make a splish splash.

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