posted on 06/21/2003 4:36:55 PM PDT
One more generation of inbreds....oh, well - it's their country.
At least he doesn't take after dad...
posted on 06/21/2003 4:44:40 PM PDT
His use of the word "duty" seems more akin with our word of "entitlement."
He can put whatever spin he wants on his "duties" but boy am I as pleased as punch we did away with the monarchy in this country as the 4th of July will soon testify to.
By the way, what is it with his grammar? Does he go out of his way to seem not well spoken? Is that how the royals cope with their guilt over being "better then the rest?"
One thing it brings to mind, you don't have to be a bright bulb to be a prince. Lord knows his dad already proved that point!
"It's all about helping people and dedication and loyalty which I hope I have"i>
So it's not all just about mooching off the public dole?
posted on 06/21/2003 4:53:02 PM PDT
Does the monarchy have any real powers?
posted on 06/21/2003 4:57:04 PM PDT
by Sir Gawain
(Mongo only pawn in game of life)
To: Pokey78; MadIvan
Why do the kooky Brits continue to support these parasites?
MadIvan, Care to share some insight?
He looks nothing like his dad because his "dad" doesn't like women, Camilla Parker Bowles is a man baby.
posted on 06/21/2003 5:02:30 PM PDT
(I support US total global, world domination; how's that for sensitive??)
I got your "reign" right here, ya little punk!...Go make a living you spoiled fargin' brat. Royalty!...Hah!.....I've got so many scenes and lines from Monty Python I can't even think straight.
Ya little pisser.
posted on 06/21/2003 5:10:16 PM PDT
(the pendulum swings and the libs are in the pit)
Prince William looks so much like his mother it is almost eerie. I do hope he remembers her wish that he be mindful of the "little people", and show more humanity than perhaps his father has.
posted on 06/21/2003 5:11:00 PM PDT
(The left have blood on their hands.)
"Come to terms with his destiny to be King......."
What a hoot! So solemn and dignified I'm sure! So heavy is the head that gets to live the life of Riley- A good will, ambassador playboy, exemplar of the useless rich.
Talk about hitting the Lottery!
posted on 06/21/2003 5:40:44 PM PDT
("I don't care about the Italians (in America)" Franklin Delano Roosevelt 1942)
Q: What is William's main qualification for being King?
A: Living through birth.
posted on 06/21/2003 5:43:05 PM PDT
I think William will be a good king. Who knows what he might accomplish. I disagree with those on the thread who think the monarchy is nothing, it's an important tradition for the Brits. I'm glad we don't have one, but I think it would be a mistake for the Brits to give it up. It's such a part of their history and if it was removed, a lot of what makes Britain....well...British, would be gone forever.
He seems to be a nice young man who has had to deal with many many issues. He also seems to have a real normal head on his shoulders for a young man who has been raised in a circus. We all have to deal with family issues. His just happen to be more public than most of ours. Let's give him a break and a clean slate and see what he does for humanity.
The greatest King of England will be the one to disband the monarchy and get it off the public dole. Here's 'yer chance, William!
Since daddy Chuckie is such a dud and lowlife along with the ugly Camilla, hopefully the Queen would bypass him and let Wills take the throne if the monarchy still exists.
It must be nice. I'd be glad to take the gig if his duty is too much for him. I'd grow a big long beard and wear ermine all the time.
posted on 06/21/2003 7:46:09 PM PDT
(Down with the Mullahs! Peace, freedom, and prosperity for Iran.)
Would someone please 'splain why we should care about all this? I'll admit his mom was kinda hot. Beyond that the British Royals are totally irrelevant to me.
posted on 06/21/2003 7:48:25 PM PDT
The second most senior bishop in the Church of England is to call today for the coronation service of the Prince of Wales to be a "multicultural" event designed to reflect the diversity of modern Britain. David Hope, archbishop of York, will call for the oath taken by the Queen and past monarchs to uphold the "Protestant, reformed religion" to be dropped.
Thus making Charles a defender of Shiite, Islamic religion as well.
posted on 06/22/2003 3:40:43 AM PDT
"It's not a question of wanting to be, it's something I was born into and it's my duty,"
Good for him! Stick with that, and he's likely to make a good king.
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