In America, atheists are still in the closet

Apr 11, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Spiked

So do many other interest and identity groups. Complaint is our political lingua franca: it's what Occupiers, Tea Partiers, Wall Street titans, religious and irreligious people share.

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ChristineM wrote:
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What you are sure of is irrelevant BS and for sure we are not all dirty morons like you.
AGAIN, for the hard of thinking - Only after being elected TWICE by popular vote first by constituency and then the party members does a person become leader of their party.
Already refuted (Macmillan, example).

Stop post spam.

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[QUOTE who="ChristineM"
Presidents, resign, get assassinated or die naturally, who cares? When they die (for whatever reason) or resign there are replaced,
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Presidents are elected, not appointed.

Prime ministers are appointed, not elected.

No prime minister in the history of time in the UK has been elected to office.

None. Never. Zero.

Presidents are elected. Vice presidents are elected. If presidents die or are removed from office, the vice president fills that term- of the elected president- at which time he/she is replaced by another elected president.

Americans understand when they elect the president, they also elect the vice president in case the president is replaced.

Elect.

Now: is a constitutional monarchy a monarchy, yes or no?

I like making NotBots LIE in print.

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ChristineM wrote:
Nope, lets get this straight you ignorant drippydick cuckold, you make claims but you have not accepted the FACTS as presented to you,
You mean I have refuted what you have presented as facts and you have rolled around on your fat bigoted behind and said it wasn't true, like when decided the two enigma machines captured in Norway don't count.

Is a constitutional monarchy an monarchy, yes or no?

Remember: you have already insisted no one here has denied UK was a monarchy.
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barefoot2626 wrote:
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I wasn't the one who gets caught in lies and have to come up with definitions of "is-is".
Monarchy.
The hypocrisy is so thick that you could cut it with a knife.

You are the master of definitions. You think that all there is to a social science paper is 1), find an online dictionary, 2) copy-paste a definition, then 3) submit it. Job done.

Nobody denies for one second that we have a monarchy or that she wields certain powers.

What we are denying is your ludicrous claims that we are not a democracy as a result of having a monarchy and that these powers actually mean anything. They do not. The Queen acts like a nice lady and only uses them when required.

Want to prove that Britain is a monarchy and only a monarchy? Cross off your dictionary link and actually show the Queen in action making her own laws, engaging in her own diplomacy, and dissolving governments based not on electoral or party obligations, but on her own, based on her own political convictions.

Good luck, manchild. You will certainly need it.

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SupaAFC wrote:
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The hypocrisy is so thick that you could cut it with a knife.
A constitutional monarchy is a monarchy.
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barefoot2626 wrote:
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A constitutional monarchy is a monarchy.
And also a democracy. Denying this is like claiming a kangaroo is a mammal but not a marsupial. It is a member of both families - just like Britain has both a monarchy yet a democractic system.

A child can understand this. A child.

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SupaAFC wrote:
Nobody denies for one second that we have a monarchy or that she wields certain powers.
Constitutional monarchy = monarchy
SuperFAG ='is-is'

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And you keep ignoring the fact that I said Britain's -system of government- is not a monarchy..

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SupaAFC wrote:
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And also a democracy.
Monarchy.

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SupaAFC wrote:
Nobody denies for one second that we have a monarchy
You just did.

Is the United King_dom a monarchy YES OR NO?

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Denying this is like claiming a kangaroo is a mammal but not a marsupial.
NotBot, in a corner yet again, insists on creating things I have not said and calling it mine.

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Is-is.

And you keep ignoring the fact that I said Britain's -system of government- is not a monarchy..

Britain's system of goverment is: a monarchy.
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barefoot2626 wrote:
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Constitutional monarchy = monarchy
SuperFAG ='is-is'
And democracy. That is why it is called Constitutional monarchy and not just "monarchy".
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And you keep ignoring the fact that I said Britain's -system of government- is not a monarchy..
You can keep quoting this until the cows come home but it does not damage my argument.
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<quoted text>Monarchy.
Are you saying kangaroos are mammals but not marsupials?
barefoot2626 wrote:
<quoted text>You just did.
Strawman.
barefoot2626 wrote:
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Is the United King_dom a monarchy YES OR NO?
Is Constitutional monarchy the exact same as monarchy? Yes or no?
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NotBot, in a corner yet again, insists on creating things I have not said and calling it mine.
They are called analogies. By your logic, it is impossible for anything to be part of two families.

Britain can be a monarchy, but not a democracy.

Einstein can be a male, but not a German.

Kangaroos can be mammals, but not marsupials.

Do you know what analogies are? Yes or no?
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Is-is.
And you keep ignoring the fact that I said Britain's -system of government- is not a monarchy..
Britain's system of goverment is: a monarchy.
"Because I said so" is an argument used by six year-olds. Start backing them up with evidence such as the Queen making laws and actually, you know,-governing- the country.

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SupaAFC wrote:
just like Britain has both a monarchy
Monarchy.

A Jaguar has a cigarette lighter in the dashboard.

No one pretends the Jaguar is a cigarette lighter.

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"Because I said so" is an argument used by six year-olds.
You are giving yourself way too much credit, troll.

Is the UK a monarchy, yes or no?

Any six year old in the UK would know the answer.

“There is no god!”

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Monarchy.
A Jaguar has a cigarette lighter in the dashboard.
No one pretends the Jaguar is a cigarette lighter.
USA is a republic

A Volvo has a clock in the dashboard.
No one pretends the Volvo is a watch.
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Monarchy.
A Jaguar has a cigarette lighter in the dashboard.
No one pretends the Jaguar is a cigarette lighter.
Analogy fail.

I am using analogies to demonstrate how your arguments about social concepts are meaningless as they try to make lines that are blurry clear-cut; in reality, that is meaningless.

Government, gender, nationality and animal classifications are all human constructs with different qualifications, similarities and differences. As a result, it is all but inevitable that many cases will be able to transcend beyond just one family and in term be part of others.

Einstein was a male. He was also German. He was also a scientist.

Kangaroos are mammals. They are also native to Australia. They are also marsupials.

Britain has a monarchy. It is also has a Parliament. It also has elected MPs.

Your analogy, on the other hand, simply compares two physical objects. Not in the same ball park, let alone the same sport.

Facts are, manchild, that Britain is a typical democracy like any other Western country. The only difference between Britain and America is that we have a monarchy, and you a republic - which of course - means that -neither- of our countries are democracies by your own playbook.

Is the USA a republic? Yes or no?

Maybe now you can finally understand why your monarchy question is dishonest.
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You are giving yourself way too much credit, troll.
Is the UK a monarchy, yes or no?
Any six year old in the UK would know the answer.
Is the USA a republic? Yes or no?

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Analogy fail.
You are a stupid m/f c/s liar.

You would not say you were wrong if it was crammed you your m/f c/s lying azz and rotated like a paint brush.

I don't have to get you to admit you a m/f c/s liar- just to show it.

Troll.

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You think that all there is to a social science paper is
How much more crap are you going to throw into the fan?

You told us all that the UK wasn't a monarchy, then you swore you didn't say that, than you said Britain was a 'system of government..' etc...

well, what does it matter, you are full of cr@p and if we were in a bar you'd be looking for your teeth, you lie so much it is painful to read, no one you know could possible like you as a human being...

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SupaAFC wrote:
Want to prove that Britain is a monarchy
Monarchy.

Troll.

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The UK is a constitutional monarchy, not a monarchy.

Just suck it up and admit you were wrong barefoot.

Be a man.

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