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Anonymous asked in TravelAustraliaVictoria (Melbourne) · 12 months ago

Should Princess's be allowed to be Prime ministers.?

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I don't know why my question was moved. Its a serious question, Whoever is doing this ,please alter your pitiful behaviour.

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  • 12 months ago
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    That's an interesting question... should royalty be allowed to stand for political office?

    I'm inclined to think "Why the hell not?"

    If someone, royal or not, is going to play the political game, they have to earn their victory. They have to convince the voters. And they have to deliver if they want to stay there. Just like anyone else.

    In a world where (groan, shriek) Donald motherf**ing Trump is actually really the president of the USA, and it's not a joke or a nightmare (well it is a joke and a nightmare figuratively speaking...), I don't see why anyone should be excluded from attempting to be a leader. It's up to us to vote for people and values that are not stupid. There is some truth to the idea that we get what we deserve.

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  • 12 months ago

    There are no Australian Princesses.

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  • 12 months ago

    There is nothing to stop any princess from standing for Parliament and, if elected, being chosen as the leader of her political party and, if the party has the numbers, becoming Prime Minister.

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  • 12 months ago

    Princess Anne would be a fantastic Prime minister for this country, she has more inteligence in her little finger than all of our so called M P's put together And she wouldn't take any nonsense from those European bully boys over Brexit, she is one smart and tough lady

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  • Anonymous
    12 months ago

    The Princess who you are referring to should be applauded.

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  • 12 months ago

    No because they are not allowed to disclose their choice on which side they would be standing for. UK

    • tentofield
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      12 months agoReport

      They are allowed to comment on politics and even vote if they want to but the senior royals choose not to do either.

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