Yea, he does.Definitions has been Barefoot's game. He chooses what to define.
And then he gives you about a dozen sources.
And then when he proves that you are wrong, you move the goalposts.
"Macmillan was the unanimous choice of the sitting Conservative cabinet; he was duly appointed the new PM."
When Barefoot proved you wrong, you whined about semantics.
Is the United Kingdom a monarchy?
Yes or no?
Do you need the definition of monarchy again, SuperFAG?