Passing Thoughts Of A Mad Priest ( unelected leaders )

The upside to living in a country with a constitution that allows someone to become prime minister without being elected directly by the people of the country is that whatever the latest tenant of number ten Downing Street does and whatever damage he causes (even unto the ending of the earth), it is not the fault of the people. Instead of half of the population hating the other half (as is the state of things in the, far from, United States of America) almost all of us can join together, whatever our political affiliations, and hate the comparative handful of decidedly odd people who got to choose the nation's leader.

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