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  • America was a British colony you're aware?
    • DancesWithWolves
      No never knew America was a British Colony
  • Assuming you mean the U.S.A. - no, the Constitution would have to be pretty thoroughly rewritten for that to happen, and a rewriting of the Constitution is not likely to happen.
    • DancesWithWolves
      Thanks for your comment :)
  • No, because British and American politics differ.
    • DancesWithWolves
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  • The American System is similar to British Parliament, because we used to be a British Colony. But a Prime Minister is not allowed under our Constitution.
    • DancesWithWolves
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  • None of this matters, PM's and Presidents do not run the country they are mere puppets to give the illusion of choice, George Carlin told us this, and Dominic Cummings in his latest interview, They admitted it's the group of advisors that pull the strings, who are run by a small elite.
    • 1465
      "Advisers" meaning "globalists".
    • DancesWithWolves
      Thanks for your comment :)
    • Creamcrackered
      Welcome DWW. They've always been globalists 1465, tell me one dictator or one leader than hasn't wanted world domination?. Ancient Egypt became Rome, Rome became the West, then came Unions, next one world order, that's what the the history of the united Nations is about. https://kencraggs.livejournal.com/7009.html https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Luciferianism Albert Pike said everyone would have to be initiated into the New World Order of Luciferianism, one freemasonic ritual of course "taking the knee."
    • DancesWithWolves
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    • Victorine
      Tell it to your shrink, dear.
  • Probably not. Our constitution does not allow for that office. Although, it also doesn't allow for "czars" either, yet we have the leaders of different govt agencies who are called that, so I guess you never know.
    • DancesWithWolves
      Thanks for the comment :)
    • Victorine
      The title "Czar" is informal, really just jokey slang, in our usage. It's never an official title.
    • DancesWithWolves
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  • Why would we need one? A prime minister is a head of government, and we already have one in our president. We combine our head of government and head of state in one person -- that is, the president -- but that's worked well for us. In countries that invest the duties in two people (as in the UK), the role of the head of state is normally largely ceremonial and comprises no real power. Why would we rewrite the Constitution to create a second head of government? What would be the point?
  • We should. It would prevent future Trumps.😐
    • DancesWithWolves
      Thanks for your comment :)
    • Victorine
      No, it wouldn't. Not at all.
  • The US will never be ruled by a prime minister because the US Constitution won't permit it.

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