posted on Jul, 13 2013 @ 12:36 PM
reply to post by charles1952
This is a very strange thread coming from a Moderator. The principles of ATS are "This is our place. We make the rules, and sometimes we make
them up on the fly. If you don't like it you can go to a different board."
I didn't realize my country was supposed to be run and operated like a private company.
I own 1/33 millionth of Canada. I don't own any part of ATS.
Why is it so hard to expand this concept to a country? It's not rocket surgery. Break the law, follow the law, change the law, or
I'm requesting they do change the law. Immigrants aren't going to have any sway in doing so, therefore, citizens such as me, who understand that
the monarchy has NO business in Canada, symbolic or otherwise are the ones who need to make an issue out of this.
But telling us that you think it's a bad law? What does that do? You're upset that people coming into Canada have to follow Canada's rules?
If you're looking to find support and sympathy, it doesn't seem to be working.
Because it is a bad law? Are you seriously going to complain that somebody is providing an opinion that a certain law is dumb? I'm not looking for
sympathy, I'm stating my opinion about not wanting to be represented by the Monarchy Of England.
It's not really a hard concept.
Canada's a special place, stop trying to mess with it. It's not there to please you, it's there to be what it is, and the Queen is part of
what it is.)
Actually, my country is here to please me, since I own part of it and I pay through the nose to keep it's government operational and it's citizens
in good health. So forgive me for feeling entitled to a little actual complaining.
Americans would profit from some entitlement towards proper functioning government and laws that make sense.