Royal Engagement Photo: William & Catherine [Pic]

Submitted by: fancylad 6 years ago in

I-A-B, what do you think? Does the UK"s royal hierarchy have a place in today"s world? Should it be kept? Banished?
There are 134 comments:
Male 37
Give praise to your soon to be KING! The masters are very pleased as well as the Queen. Huzar!
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Male 49
to me it looks like she has a herpe in her mouth
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Male 5,413
She`s good looking. (Y)
Dammit William you`re lucky. Great quality picture too. Oh @ Keyrow, I think they should stay.
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Female 18
I found it quite odd when visited England, back in 2005, that people kept asking me if I thought they should "get rid" of the royal family and the parliamentary monarchy system. It was awkward to me because of the impressive number of people that defend the creation of monarchies in republic countries in order to save a huge part of the taxes money. Here in Brazil, to give an example of these efforts, there are two families claiming to be the royal one and, because of that, are able to receive some landing duties that should actually be paid to the Republic (and that`s completely legal here, despite our rejection to the monarchism back in the late `80s).
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Female 1,515
Harry`s so much hotter.
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Male 515
@ angilion
It`s not that i doubt you, I`m just curious about your source. It`s hard to find reliable data
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Male 12,365
[quote]Ahhh is that how Prince Charles got all those medals...

and I thought he just got mumzey to give them to him.[/quote]

You could try learning something about an issue before talking about it. It`s not like it`s a state secret - most of them are to indicate that he`s the ceremonial head of various things.

You do realise that it`s only certain medals that are awarded for valour, right?
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Male 12,365
[quote]Isn`t her name Kate?[/quote]

Which is a shortened form of `Katherine`, which is usually spelt with a `C` in English. So, Catherine.

Queen Kate doesn`t fit as well as Queen Catherine.
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Male 12,365
[quote]I don`t like the royal family and they cost us money, we should get rid of them.[/quote]

You`re wrong. Simple as that. We make a huge profit off the royal family.

If you think the country should piss that money away because you don`t like the royal family, fine. That is an honest position. Your current position is either dishonesty or ignorance and lack of thought.

[quote]I do however, like Buckingham Palace, it just looks so awesome[/quote]

And it looks a lot more awesome to tourists because the queen lives there. So that`s yet more profit from the royal family, on top of the £>200M a year we make from the almost 100% tax imposed on them (crown estate).

Getting rid of the royal family would cost the UK at least £500M a year in lost revenue from the crown estate and tourism, and that`s a very low estimate. Do you dislike them *that* much?

That`s ignoring the politicial and diplomatic usefulness of the monar
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Male 12,365
[quote]As for their donations that make them so fantastic where did they get that money to begin with?[/quote]

They inherited it.

Their ancestors took gained the land that created the wealth by conquering it.

If you`re arguing that the descendents of people who took land by conquest should not be allowed to own that land, I suggest you pay some attention to your own country`s history.

If you`re arguing that the state should own all land, property, etc, then I suggest you pay some attention to how badly communism works in the real world.

Also...who pays the costs of the state buildings in the USA and the wages of the staff for them? The President pays for them out of his own pocket? No? Guess you`re paying for them with your taxes.
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Female 32
I like the ring.
Don`t really care either way about the monarchy though.
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Female 331
I think the monarchy is part of Britain`s culture and should be preserved...though, not being from there I can`t speak for them. Also, the princess-to-be is just lovely! I hope they are both very happy. :)
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Female 136
ohh please.. get rid of the monarchy... lets just throw culture in the bin.
oh yes and that wedding such a bad thing getting a bank holiday, Mondays are a bit poo personally and i think a day off college sounds fine too me.
oh yes and that 36pence tax; i meen it hurts so much when the royals hand out about 200million a year. poo me i feel robbed.
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Male 14,331
Ahhh is that how Prince Charles got all those medals...

and I thought he just got mumzey to give them to him.
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Male 271
we dont keep them around to do nothing. they serve a subtle balancing role, filling in the gaps that appear within the elected executive.

we could remove them, but then we would have to replace them. this would cost us huge resources, cause political turmoil, and destroy an institution that generates huge amounts of money through tourism. making england a republic? codifying the constitution? selling all the royal land and estates to the highest bidder? reworking the entire legal system so we have something to derive legal power from?

i fail to see how this makes things easier.

if it aint broke, dont fix it.
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Male 397
Props to Greg`s reasonable rebuttal.
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Male 14,331
@greggpethers

When did I say they magically appeared? Yes I realize it was a form of government created in medieval really even before then but they did something then. Now its obsolete but you keep them around for tradition I guess and give them your money to do jack squat.
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Male 347
so.. IAB WANTS us to start a flame war? i... i feel used...
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Female 4,039
Let me know when the sex tape gets leaked.
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Male 12
Isn`t her name Kate?
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Male 271
McGovern1981

i didnt say you were all "fat undereducated people who sterotype peoples intellegnce levels based on nationality"... that`s your own complex mate.

i live in NYC and i love this country, and city.

but when you start to talk about the royal family, like it rose up out of the ground one day, and we all just started obeying it, it makes you sound dumb. and that isnt because you ARE dumb, its because you dont understand that before america, the land of the free, democracy, guns, industrialism and all the things that make this country great, there was serfdom, agrarian economies and no real concept of the rule of law.

and england, probably more so than any other country has a system based on the common law, and on precedents. that`s why we dont have codified constitution!

i`m not trying to offend you, i`m just stating that your opinion is formed on a weak and shortsighted understanding of the history of the english governmen
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Female 171
Her smile looks a tad forced. It doesn`t reach her eyes either, I think this is a great example of pretending to be happy.
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Male 749
I don`t like the royal family and they cost us money, we should get rid of them. I do however, like Buckingham Palace, it just looks so awesome (I like the room in that picture too). :D
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Female 2,228
But maybe *because* we`re so close, sometimes we scrap like an elder and younger brother... Just spitballing here.
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Male 14,331
*that

[quote]it happened over CENTURIES (again, not the forte of the average american)[/quote]

Ya cause we`re all fat undereducated people who sterotype peoples intellegnce levels based on nationality.
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Male 73
if your askinf would it work in america? the answer is obviously no. But asking should it be kept in britain? of course it should, its nothing to do with power or them being royal its just a tradition, and traditions are forever. That question is like saying, Hey lets bannish christmas because it offends the muslims. The only reason america doesnt have a royal family is because your country is only 400 odd years old. Most of the ancient countrys have royal familys dumb ass, stop thinking about yourselfs all the time and consider the differences that the world has.
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Female 2,228
Boys, boys... Is this really necessary? Our two countries are like this *crosses fingers*
Bosom buddies, (despite that whole Revolution thing) WW2 anyone? Our neighbors across the pond have a special relationship w/ us, we just click ya know?
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Male 14,331
@greggpethers

Sounds like you`ve got something going for prince Wills. I wasn`t in existence 60 yrs ago but your wrong black people were forced to ride in the back of the bus and it was mainly in the south from laws called Jim Crow laws an after effect from the civil war and people who still wanted slavery. As for EVOLUTION of a constitution so has ours see the enacting and repealing of the prohibition for example.Now for the right to bear arms that’s what you call security from a government abusing its power notice it says arms meaning what is used for fighting. Also when the constitution was made it wasn`t simple rifles being used it was muskets. How about you let people who know something about guns make gun laws? People can`t posses an automatic weapon only semi auto unless you pay lots of money and get a class 3 license which was a requirement added also a sort of evolution. As for sitting around and deciding who would be king of course not you let bloodlines do tha
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Male 271
as opposed to america where 60 years ago if you were born black you couldnt ride a bus with white folk?

i will explain this to you, because as an american, you dont have much of an understanding of an EVOLUTION of a constitution (indeed, you still have the right to bear arms, despite the fact we now have guns that can fire thousands of rounds a minute, as opposed to the simple rifles of the time).

We didnt just sit around and decide who would be king, and that was that. it happened over CENTURIES (again, not the forte of the average american), the royal families changed, we had civil wars, bills passed, parliament grew, civil liberties were encouraged and blossomed, and over time, the monarchies role has waned in REAL terms.

thats why, when the Queen visits ground zero she gets a motorcade. and when Prince Wills gets married, it makes IAB. and when king s**t of kaka talks about politics, he sounds ignorant and poorly informed!
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Male 14,331
@greggpethers

As your new king s**t of the cacka tribe yes make it so! Also because I was born beter than you I demand serfs to build a statue of me being beter than you made from nothing less than platinum and the worlds biggest gemstones as my nuts.
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Female 448
If I can marry his brother, I am extremely okay with the monarchy. :D
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Male 271
McGovern1981

the fact that "you dont care" about the monarchy, and therefore wont see them as a tourist attraction is devastating news.

i must inform the queen, so we can adjust our budget accordingly.

tell me this sir, does it also mean you wont be watching the english premier league on saturday? if so, we may as well cancel the whole thing.
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Male 5,194
No matter how much they pretend "It doesn`t matter" there`s always going to be a difference. They will always see their royals as special, their children as special - and the rest as ordinary, their children as ordinary.
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Male 14,331
A monarchy is outdated all of you saying they generate tourist revenue I can tell you personally I don`t care about them. As for their donations that make them so fantastic where did they get that money to begin with? They don`t cost you anything according to who the government that supports them I find that hard to belive. Tell you what I was born King s**t of the cacka tribe how bout you build and staff a palace for me with your taxes and I`ll sit on my ass and act holier than thou.
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Male 4,680
"I heard that they don`t really have as much, if any, power any more. They`re mainly there for show. Am I incorrect? Any UK users want to clarify?"

You are 95% correct.

The other 5%... I`m pretty sure they have some sort of power somewhere. It`s mostly just ceremonial now however.
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Male 2,390
needs more bokeh
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Male 383
There is a certain value to a monarchy, especially for many European states: They have vast diplomatic potential, able to woo numerous heads of state and in many cases serve as apolitical representatives. They have a national function that is related to the functioning of government (in some cases, such as the UK). They also embody an enormous cultural heritage and history.

Furthermore, as to those who seem to think outside of the UK nobody cares: The queen is the head of the commonwealth, representing almost 1/3 of the world population.

All arguments that in my view support keeping the monarchy, and that is without even mentioning the amount of money the earn for the people.
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Male 997
continued The seat filler at funerals, or greater of foreign envoys.
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Male 997
Queen and royal family receive 36pence from every tax payer in the land. But compare that to the amount of money they generate its insignificant. As for a lot of the Heritage she pays for repair work to her buildings herself out of her own funds as her funding is not enough to run all the royal households etc because the government take the revenue from the tours etc.

The queen has royal prerogative and a lot of advisory powers. For instance when Tony Blair wanted to call an election during the foot and mouth crisis it was the queen and her advisor`s who talked him out of it for the good of the people and not spreading the disease around.

Queen also played a part advising everyone on the coalition proceedings between the main parties discussions.

Also Yankee`s who said they could ignore her on US soil the Monarch is the head of state, be equivalent of a country ignoring Obama your current head of state,, You can`t ignore her. This means she not PM is the seat
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Female 129
Wasn`t he the cute prince once? WTF happened?
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Male 151
With a face like that he`s done quite well.
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Female 1,380
C`mon IAB. What`s with the non-contributers bitchin and moaning? First nastyn800, now dr.professor.

Let`s not bitch if we contribute absoutley nothing.
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Male 3,076
:-| couldn`t care less
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Female 24
@DickenMcHunt, to me, looking near his ear, it looks like he has a mask on.
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Male 3,894
C`mon IAB. What`s with the tabloid-y pictures. First Justin Bieber`s new hair, now the royal family.

Let`s keep to the amusement.
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Male 12,365
[quote]Aren`t the Royals just overpaid costume characters in a tourist attraction?[/quote]

Just in case you are completely ignorant rather than trolling:

No.

Simple answer to a simple question.

Do you really think that paying over £200M a year makes someone an overpaid costume character?

And yes, that is how much the royal family pays to be the royal family. Plus whatever tax they pay on their own incomes. Plus the wages of the people they employ.

Even if you ignore that £200+ million a year the state takes from them, they`re still badly paid or not paid at all.
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Male 15,832
Aren`t the Royals just overpaid costume characters in a tourist attraction?
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Male 916
as an american expat and australian citizen i care. personally i think the queen is one great girl.
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Male 1,299
Is it just me or does Williams head look Photoshopped in some way? There`s just an eerie feel about it...

Also- Is he prematurely aging? He`s not even 30 yet, unless I`m mistaken, and he looks like he`s approaching 40.
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Female 107
@Panth753
There is a group of 54 nations called the commonwealth of Nations who consider Queen Elizabeth their head of state. Canada is one such country, so the state of the Monarchy does affect us.
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Male 11,739
Even if they serve no useful purpose, they don`t do any harm. Let them do their thing. People choose to follow them and make them important.
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Male 3,060
people like that who get married are like hippies or crazy cat lady who marry their pets because they think the pets are in love and are meant to be together. it has no meaning.
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Male 2,033
William is one creepy lookin dude. just sayin.
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Female 9,562
As an American, I say, "Who outside of England really cares?"
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Male 74
I guess only royalty can afford good picture quality nowadays:|
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Female 1,380
@nastyn800

Links by nastyn800
(nastyn800 has not added any links)

so stfu and quit bitching until you contribute. I think fancy does a mighty fine job and I`m sure the majority of people would agree.
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Male 15,510
`shopped
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Female 447
I think they make a cute couple. Both have good large foreheads :) they can have some little genius babies lol
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Male 2,056
gtfo of my canada! lol
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Male 12,365
[quote]doesn`t the Queen have to sign things into law? I understand she doesn`t have the power of Veto, but she can pocket veto items to make a political statement.[/quote]

On paper, the monarch rules. In practice, it`s never really been that way. Even in feudal times, actual power was split between the monarch, the nobility and the church, and even then the people had legal rights, i.e. power. Nowadays, it`s purely a means of protection from the possibility of a massively corrupt or tyrannical government.

The last time the monarch used their power unofficially was 1832, when the king forced the great reform act into law.

The last time the monarch used their power officially was 1707, when the queen vetoed a law by refusing royal assent.
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Male 12,365
They`re an important part of our cultural heritage.

The monarch serves the useful political and diplomatic role of a long-term apolitical head of state.

In an extreme case, they would provide a rallying point and a legal way to overthrow a corrupt government without requiring a revolution. Revolutions are always destablising and very often result in a period of worse oppression than before (the French revolution is a good example).

We unfairly gouge them for profit. There`s a 100% tax on a lot of their income. Last year, the state took £211M from the royal family (crown estate) and gave them £7.9M of it back (civil list)...and most of that £7.9M goes on other people`s wages anyway. It`s pure ignorance and prejudice to claim they`re spongers, blah blah blah. The truth is the opposite of that - we rip them off.

The monarchy in general brings a lot of tourism. Tourists don`t come to see Buckingham palace et alia because they`re pret
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Male 1,116
Don`t care.
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Male 2,388
I just want to see how many fingers their children end up with
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Male 1,231
Don`t care at all; unless we get a public holiday of course...
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Female 71
bahhh she`s a lucky bitch! i want him!! :) <3
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Male 363
any children are destined to have a big nose...
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Female 2,228
He`s beginning to look more and more like his father....

KILL IT! KILL IT WITH FIRE!!

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Male 174
Who cares? Who f u c king cares!? What is happening to IAB?

What`s with all of the lameass posts lately?
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Female 535
Purrie - definitely.
can u imagine the kinky poo these two must get up to? and the drugs they could get their hands on?! i`d dratin` marry a prince, too.
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Female 358
@SlimPickins

Louis XIV was French.
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Male 319
Who cares?!? She`s BEE-YOO-TEE-FULL!
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Male 109
I feel like his hair needs to be longer...
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Female 695
archaic throwback to a time that is no longer necessary. The royals are now nothing more than pop media fodder.
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Female 1,190
oh look at that ring...
:D
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Male 120
ugh. i really do not care for that king Louis XIV decorating style. and i know that is probably not the right name for it, but i is too lazy to Google it and pretend like i know everything.
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Male 2,402
@Gerry1of1

Seriously now? You know you would. You would be so endeared into the family.
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Male 126
not bad looking?! she`s gorgeous!
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Male 89
I`d hit it.
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Male 1,002
You know what, i say keep em around. Sure they contribute nothing to society and are politically ineffectual, but they aren`t exactly harming anything either. they can just be a funny reminder of how things used to be. A stupid, backwards yardstick for the progress of the rest of the world.
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Male 39,619
@ Hightech90 " I`d hit it "

Really? He`s not my type.
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Male 1,929
Lets be fair: we choose to have a royal family. So yay!, royal wedding and bank holiday! And all the men are in the army, so fair play.
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Male 2,402
@rexusdiablos

Please don`t bust our dreams of sugar plums and faeries. Besides the Chinese are going to own everyone soon including the Bank of England.
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Female 3,001
they make more money in tourism than they cost, so sure, keep them. their good for the economy

also we get a day off for their wedding, who`s gonna argue with that?
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Male 2,402
She is not bad looking. Still though nothing personal toward her. If I was the Prince, marriage would be far from my mind. I would wait another decade to marry.
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Male 670
BANISH-ED
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Male 63
Not trying to ruffle any feathers here but America never effectively won it`s independence from England. The Federal Reserve and IRS are owned by British so who do you think your paying taxes to? Isn`t that why the War of Independence was fought?
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Male 5,194
Aristocracy = dividing a country into first-class citizens and second-class ass-kissers.
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Male 22
get rid of them and all their kind, dukes, duchess, lords, ladies and earls its the 21st century for christs sake. Those lot have been living of the backs of the working classes for a 1000 plus years, and then when we have finished with them turn buck palace into a big whore house!
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Male 2,579
I-A-B fail
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Male 76
Are they in Lincoln`s bedroom?
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2,767
not my country, so i dont really know that much about it. but my totally uneducated opinion is, if they make money keep them, if it cost money to keep `em get rid of them.
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Male 321
The thing that attracts European women is the same that attracts all women... money.
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Male 25,417
Its so old fashioned but people still want it so it stays
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Male 141
What`s an uk?
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Male 5,624
"Hey! They look like they could be cousins... Oh... Never mind..."
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Male 5,314
I. DO. NOT. CARE.
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Male 155
dem european gurlz woowee
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Male 72
I`d hit it
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Male 257
mhmm i`d get all royal up in that
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Male 1,548
Seriously? Is this what`s attractive the European women? Looks like I`m going to have to knock around a few teeth and catch down`s syndrome.
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Male 136
i mostly agree with you on what you say but i think it should be a Commonwealth decision (include Canada and Australia)

We still have them on our currency, and defer to them on the highest level of law. Prosecution here is also done by a representative of the crown
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Male 1,548
@slab-of-rage
doesn`t the Queen have to sign things into law? I understand she doesn`t have the power of Veto, but she can pocket veto items to make a political statement.
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Male 496
@Reganom

In 2003/4 the royal family cost the taxpayer 38 million pounds. In return the crown handed over 179.3 million pounds to the treasury, and this is self generated revenue from their engagements and land income. It does not include the amount of money they generate for charitable causes, the amount of money spent by tourists at various locations (in london in particular, how far can you walk without seeing a picture of the queen or buck palace for sale?) nor the amount of business brought into the country by Prince Andrew (easily millions, maybe even billions). There is no doubt they create more money than they cost, and dam am I proud to say I have a queen, even if she is mostly just a figurehead it`s still a pretty amazing thing

@Mcfudge sure they do, the prime minister cannot disolve parliment without the queens permission, and whilst she rarely if ever speaks about public affairs her input is usually final.
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Male 71
i like having a monarchy. i really dont mind supporting them with my taxes. rationally they are a complete anachronism and on a purely sensible level i suppose im a republican, but tbh, i feel quite an affection for old queeny and the windsors.
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Male 313
I think whether they remain is the decision of the citizens of the UK.

All the best to our friends from the USA.
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Male 155
i don`t give a drat
im pretty sure a lot of British people agree with me
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Male 769
Our monarchy is here mainly for the tourists; they hold no real power, effect no changes, make no laws. I like having a royal family, but I really don`t get all the fuss over this engagement bollocks. The cynical part of me is worried this is all a nice little show to keep the commoners happy whilst the rest of our country goes to poo thanks to the drated up coalition government.

What I really don`t get is why the hell this would be posted on IAB?
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Male 2,422
Considering how much tax money the brits waste pampering the royal family who are there just for show I think it`s high time that they acknowledge reality and just get rid of the monarchy for good. But then again I`m American so I have a skewed perspective of royalty. Curse you King George!BBC article
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Female 82
I hate you! My plan was to marry him. Bitch.
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Male 235
monkey wtf? money
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Male 235
course we should keep it without the monkey we would be fooked
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Male 537
Its not like the royal family has any power any more... wouldn`t make a difference if they were banished.

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Female 148
B*tch is goin down. stole my future husband
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Male 505
Hatface:

Do they though? I`ve never seen figures on how much they bring and also how much they spend. Further more, how many people honestly come to the UK to visit that jug eared muppet charles?
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Male 677
@Nidonemo youre pretty much right. the monarchy has next to no power, its all down to the qoverment nowadays.
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Male 605
Oh keep them, makes a fortune for tourism.
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Male 20,830
chicobartend, when you start submitting links, come at me. Otherwise, shut up.
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Male 2,121
UK user here. They don`t really have any power, they`re mainly still there just for tradition and the tourist money they bring. However technically they are a kind of failsafe. The Queen has to give all new governments permission to form. If she feels that they are unable to govern for any reason or that the election process was unfair, she can deny they the ability to form a government. Whilst this probably wouldn`t actually change anything, the new corrupt government would probably form regardless, the Queen would become a rally point for all the protests and resistance.
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Male 271
unlike america, whose constitution is an amalgamation of the best parts of democracies in the old world, the english constitution (such as it is), evolved over many many years...

the queen still, in theory, gives the prime minister the right to govern (the winner of the election doesnt HAVE to be afforded the position of prime minister), and is still technically above the law in Britain.

we didnt have it as easy as just setting up a new world. we grew it. and as much as it isnt perfect, there is poetry in its nuances.

trust me.
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Male 4,793
I think it has a place in Europe. America has nothing to do with it. It even says in our constitution that we will not recognize titles of nobility in the US. So technically, according to our constitution, the moment they step on US soil we shouldn`t really care cause they are just another person. I don`t understand why people do care though, `oh look! that person was born that way! impressive!`
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Male 7,378
She`s elegant and he`s princely. I say, fine couple. Good for the UK.
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Male 39,619
only HM`s subjects can have a say in this, really.

The royal family is still relevant and important.

`nuff said.
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Male 505
Nidonemo:

I think the queen is the only one with any "power" and it`s more a formality. She has to approve all the bullpoo the goverment want put through. Although i`m fairly sure it`s just rubber stamping now.

Other than that, i don`t believe our royalty has any real power, or really contributes anything.

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Male 705
I don`t care about the Goddamn heirarchy. All I know is that Kate Middleton is HAWT
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Male 1,197
long live the british empire!!

personally i like harry more but both these boys will be great world leaders
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Female 751
he`s really not that good looking. I`m sure he`s very sweet, and his personality is appealing- you know, along with the whole prince thing! lol

But not my type.
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Male 260
ALL hierarchies should be banished.
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Male 60
Do they have a place? Sure, in England. The rest of us don`t give a whit one way or the other about them. BTW, she`s a skinny lass.
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Male 9,305
I heard that they don`t really have as much, if any, power any more. They`re mainly there for show. Am I incorrect? Any UK users want to clarify?
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Male 251
Who gives a greasy cr*p? Is this the best you can do Fancy?
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Male 901
The world needs this stuff still, keep it!
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Male 98
I think that this picture looks shopped, I can tell from some of the pixels and from seeing quite a few shops in my time
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Female 668
they`re sexy enough to stay on MY money yo. damn!
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Link: Royal Engagement Photo: William & Catherine [Pic] [Rate Link] - I-A-B, what do you think? Does the UK`s royal hierarchy have a place in today`s world? Should it be kept? Banished?
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