Archsyndic of the Papiermützen
- Nov 1, 2013
The realm rejoices as Paradox Interactive announces the launch of Crusader Kings III, the latest entry in the publisher’s grand strategy role-playing game franchise. Advisors may now jockey for positions of influence and adversaries should save their schemes for another day, because on this day Crusader Kings III can be purchased on Steam, the Paradox Store, and other major online retailers.
Yes indeed. While they are in opposition they give away promises. But once they get this kind of majority they'll want to cling on to that power, and in turn they will not fulfill the promises they were elected because of to keep their majority. In other words they don't do what they are supposed to do because they want to be in power for the sake of being in power.Didn't you just say that adopting PR would be akin to the Libs committing seppuku?
\\Yes indeed. While they are in opposition they give away promises. But once they get this kind of majority they'll want to cling on to that power, and in turn they will not fulfill the promises they were elected because of to keep their majority. In other words they don't do what they are supposed to do because they want to be in power for the sake of being in power.
I don't hate you. I just think you'll jeapordize our security, our position as a global power. And the growing nationalization programs is most concerning for the economy and general wealth - same with denying most industries military contacts. And the growing state is an even greater concern to the individual liberties, and the Liberal party will soon end up as the New Labour. So they should name themselves New Labour instead of Liberal Party.\\
Man you really hate us don't you!
Could you give us a chance?
I agree. But ironically as we've seen many Liberals are not open to refferendums as they think the parties are enough representation.I say we put PR up for a referendum. I like the system, and I'm quite sure that it's more democratic, but shouldn't those who are voting have a say in the matter?
Most of the non-government parties would like it. And still those in the Liberal party who are bot driven by power. It is high risk high gain situation for both sides
I agree. I want democracy to flourish. And not elitism and traditionalism. If by lords reform you mean going away from that the few and priveledged form the Upper House. Either it is no upper house, or it is like it is in USA or Germany. Think about it, we could have PR in the lower house and then a few representatives from each Country in the Upper House. Either elected like the US Senate ormsent by the Country government like in the German Upper House.I legitimately want that and lords reform because we can!
My apologies, My Right Honourable Friend.((Hey, I have stuff to do! It's most probably gonna take A LOT longer than the last one. But I assure you, the result will be worth the wait.))
Also, it's Caesaropope DOM Contravarius, my dear Viscount.
((Ummmm... Close, but not exactly. You'll see.))Like Simon and Garfunkel (who, at this point in time, are overcoming as "Tom and Jerry".)?
((Would the opposite surprise you, then?))Heh, I would be unsurprised if I am dropped from the Right Honourables Mk. II.