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    Wars lead to fight

    Why do we have wars after thousands of years of fighting? Do you think we have the wrong people driving the planet or are all people just that stupid and unable to communicate? How did royal blood get to be so good? Is it really blue? Wouldn't a well placed bullet be more logical and "Humane"? Do we need governing bodys if all they can do is point and say kill those guys? Are they really the best choice as a leader if they can't come to resonable solutions and if not to be out in front of the first battle? Does "I think there for I am" only apply to the ivory tower inbreeders? Does their breed need to be put in a cage?

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    some people look at the world and want it all, while others have a different point of view,the nature of humanity will generally follow the course of its own construction & destruction, live by the sword and you will die by it

    Matthew 15:14__Leave them; they are blind guides. If a blind man leads a blind man, both will fall into a pit.


    or, You can lead a horse to water, but you can't make it drink.

    Though doesnt every American claim to have Scots blood.lol.
    My main point stands withstanding the progeny of current world leaders there must be a line where we say so far and no further when it comes to aggression from other countries.I don't believe the family ancestory of our leaders makes a great deal of difference,if we had leaders of entirely new bloodstock the problems and difficulties of International relations would still remain

    Well in a perfect world we wouldnt need to go to war but we live in a far from perfect world.'Blue bloods',there are no countries ruled by royals anymore.We have a monarchy in the Uk but they're merely ceremonial these days,having no true power anymore.The government and form of government we have in the west are far from ideal but it works.We need governments to keep order as without it we'd descend into anarchy ~ sad but true.
    Personally speaking I'm an easy going,live n let live kinda a fella but if anyone threatens my family with violence then i'll respond with violence.I don't condone violence in anyway but its a last resort.If someone keeps pushing at some point you have to stand up for yourself.Countries are the same,look at Hitler there comes a time when it's morally right to go to war.

    Presidents related to British royalty


    George Washington (descendant of Edward III of England)


    Thomas Jefferson (descendant of Edward III of England)


    James Madison (descendant of Edward I of England)


    James Monroe (descendant of Edward III of England)


    John Quincy Adams (descendant of Edward III of England)


    William Henry Harrison and his grandson, Benjamin Harrison (descendants of Edward I of England)


    Zachary Taylor (descendant of Edward I of England)


    Franklin Pierce (descendant of Henry I of England)


    Rutherford Hayes (descendant of William I of Scotland and William the Conqueror)


    Grover Cleveland (descendant of Edward I of England)


    Theodore Roosevelt (descendant of James I of Scotland and Edward III of England)


    William Taft (descendant of Edward III of England)


    Warren Harding (descendant of Henry II of England)


    Calvin Coolidge (descendant of Edward I of England)


    Herbert Hoover (descendant of Edward III of England)


    Franklin Roosevelt (descendant of James II of Scotland)


    Harry S. Truman (descendant of Robert III of Scotland)


    Richard Nixon (descendant of Henry II of England)


    Gerald Ford (descendant of Edward I of England)


    Jimmy Carter (descendant of Henry II of England)


    George H. W. Bush and his son, George W. Bush (descendants of Edward I of England and Robert II of Scotland)


    Barack Obama (descendant of Edward I of England and William the Lion of Scotland)


    Presidents related to Irish royalty


    George Washington (descendant of Dermot MacMurrough)


    Andrew Jackson (descendant of Dermot MacMurrough)


    John F. Kennedy (descendant of Cenn?tig mac Lorc?in father of Brian Boru)


    Ronald Reagan (descendant of Brian Boru)


    Barack Obama (descendant of Brian Boru)


    Presidents related to other royalty


    Theodore Roosevelt and Franklin Roosevelt are related to the Rajahs of Sarawak


    That's just in the USA, I would bet at least 90% of all 27 European countries leaders are of the good stuff too.


    British Parliament can not bring up an item without the Queens ok on it.


    Queen Beatrix wields more power than most of Europe’s reigning monarchs.


    Al Gore, Sarah Palin, John McCane and many many more. If they're at the top they're probably bloody.


    Do you see a pattern formation or mere coincidence given there are around 6.5 billion people on this planet?

    Roger Willcoe

    and of course Hillary Rodham.


    That the thread "Ladies, Does size matter" has over 500 hits and this one has less than 20 is a good indicator of how well lubricated the human mind is.

    Roger Willcoe

    I'm descendant of Brian Boru, so in the right dilution apparently you become mediocre.

    fastbob72

    You are slightly misinformed about the Queen's role in British politics.The government propose's new laws etc and it's voted through the House of Commons,if passed it must be voted through the House of Lords.If it is then in theory the Queen has to approve it so technically has the final power of veto but it's a mere formality and never blocks new laws.The PM has to go to the Queen and ask permission to disolve parliament and hold a gerneral election,also to go to war but again these are formalities.The power is with parliament and has been legally since William of Orange.



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